Fashion F*ck Ups: Rihanna



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I like new fashion trends. Especially because there is always the temptation to bring it up to the next level, which often results in huge missteps (though to be fair, fashion would be a boring, bland place without risk-takers). In this case, chanteuse Rihanna wears some over-the-top Balenciaga gladiators and, well, can’t quite swing it. This has nothing to do with her and her ability to pull off edgy fashion. Fact of the matter is, the Balenciaga label does not a sartorial success make. Now if there was an ankle-high version I could certainly jump on the bandwagon, but as these stand right now … these are channelling too much gladiator, not enough glam.

Fashion F*ck Ups: Rihanna


Article by lins

Lins is kind of like a superhero. Corporate minion by day, free spirit by night, she's set to save the world one fashion misstep at a time (seriously, put down the Crocs and back away). She's previously written for myfashionlife and has an appreciation for unusual fashion juxtapositions (men's cardigans with silk dresses make her swoon). Now, if only she could fly … lins tagged this post with: , , Read 34 articles by lins
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  1. I don't see where the f up is. I like it and I think most other people like it as well.

  2. I don't see where the f up is. I like it and I think most other people like it as well.

  3. sherene says:

    i kinda like it. i do wish that those werent shorts or some weird skirt, cause a normal one would look better with it, however, i love the top and i do like those boots

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