Style Rx: Rihanna, It May Be Time To Look Into Buttons

06/06/2013 at 01:30 PM ET

Rihanna jumpsuit

Who: Rihanna

Where: Partying in Paris

Diagnosis: Our official style policy is “Rihanna can wear anything.” But we may have to make an exception for this super skintight red suede jumpsuit, which is just barely contained at her chest. We know the star has an aversion to buttons (and zippers, and snaps, according to this jumpsuit) but it may be time to investigate some.

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Prognosis: A pro tip for any ladies daring to wear a deep V-red suede jumpsuit (so, only Rihanna): Make sure it fits properly in the chest to ensure that your look is alluring, not eye-popping. And let your ridiculous body be your best accessory; the multiple chains, huge clutch and funky shoes just distract from the point you’re trying to make.

–Alex Apatoff

Tell us: Do you agree, or does she look perfect?

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Sammi on

Says who? Not all people dress to please other people, too bad if some fashion snob doesn’t like it. Good for Rihanna, wearing what she wants and not giving a flippity do-do

margie on

haha she looks like she has to pee!

rhonda on

She looks great. What a bunch of nitpickers.

Tee on

Ugh busting out all over….really? Rolls eyes, I’ve seen her clothed in far less! She is very small busted, A cup is my guess, but the stylists use tricks (tape, fake inserts etc.) to make her breasts look bigger. I see nothing wrong with this particular outfit.

anne on

no way, Alex, RiRi looks amazing, the whole outfit is fierce!! she is BAD.

jane on

What’s wrong with wearing leather? Aren’t the cows going to be slaughtered for meat anyway?
This is a common misconception concerning leather. The animal’s skin is the most economically important byproduct of the meatpacking industry.

When dairy cows’ production declines, for example, their skin is made into leather; the hides of their offspring, “veal” calves, are made into high-priced calfskin. Thus, the economic success of the slaughterhouse (and the factory farm) is directly linked to the sale of leather goods. Decreasing demand for both animal foods and leather products will result in fewer cows being factory-farmed and killed. There are so many alternatives to leather, why support unnecessary cruelty?

Crick on

I think she looks pretty dang good.

Umm Drama Alert on

Am I the only one that sees the potential front page omg new relationship, first date picture here? Rihanna is now dating Thing from The Addams Family! Either that or her right hand is seriously defective!

maryhelenc on

I actually thought she looked really good.

bigpoppa on


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