Talk about covering up…well, at least when it comes to Rihanna! The major superstar stepped out looking extremely covered up but still managed so show some skin at a MAC event in LA. Is this Rihanna’s most conservative look ever?
Rihanna, 26, is known for pushing the fashion boundaries by wearing scandalous clothes — but this time around she decided to play it a little more safe. Instead of wearing something show-stopping and over the top, she opted for a more covered up ensemble in pretty pink gingham Altuzarra Spring 2015 separates for the premiere of It’s Not Over, presented by MAC Cosmetics and MAC AIDS Fund in LA on Nov. 18. Do you think it’s cool that she played it safe or was it quite boring in your book?
Rihanna’s Pink Suit for MAC Premiere:
RiRi has made a name for herself by not only having an amazing voice but also for her fierce fashion choices. The singer has exposed just about every single part of her body, so when she arrives at red carpet events we all expect to be WOWED by whatever Rihanna decides to wear. This time, however, she WOWED us all by arriving in a fitted pink and white checkered jacket with a matching high-waisted pencil skirt that featured a high slit in the front. While it was quite covered up the star added her signature RiRi flare by wearing nothing underneath the jacket!
While this look may be extremely conservative for the singer, she still managed to show off her figure by having the matching separates hug her frame — and she also showed off some serious cleavage. Rihanna kept her jewelry at a minimum with a simple pair of hoops and bracelets. She wore her hair up in a simple top knot with her bangs loosely sitting on her face and she brought out an extremely vampy lip for this look. As for her shoes, they were also kept really simple-they were just a small pair of blush colored ankle strapped sandals.
No matter what Rihanna wears we always love seeing her out and supporting a great cause like the MAC AIDS Fund. What do you think? Are you loving Rihanna’s more conservative look ?
— Lauren Carr