Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 29 November 2015

Rihanna all about pattern

Published 14/05/2013


Rihanna has advised people to "keep it printed" when it comes to clothes this summer.

The pop star's second collection with high street chain River Island will soon hit stores and she has been sharing her sunshine style rules. Rihanna believes every fashionista should be wearing busy prints in the coming months.

"Keep it printed. Floral, tie-dye and stripe-printed clothing are summer essentials. My summer range for River Island includes floral-patterned maxi dresses, denim jackets and trousers - a great way to inject some print into your summer wardrobe," she told British magazine Grazia. "Keep it sleek. Balance out floaty or loose-fit shirts with chic tailored shorts or cigarette trousers."

Rihanna is renowned for showing off her toned body in skimpy outfits. She has advised her fans to follow suit and step out in shorts, miniskirts and sheer tops.

"Keep it sexy, show some skin, get your legs out! There is no better way to show them off than in a sexy pair of denim shorts or a dress with a graduated hem," she explained. "Try in-built shorts. If you want to wear really short hemlines, go for dresses with built-in shorts, like my red sheer-tipped-hem dress. It's super sexy and great for summer.

"Keep it sheer. The best way to stay cool in the summer heat is to wear sheer or mesh clothing. String vests for the beach are a must-have, too!"

Rihanna also shared her tips on choosing the right pair of shoes. She believes the perfect heel will help legs look leaner and add a chic element to any outfit.

"Keep heels skinny. Skinny heels can transform any look and make it chic. I'd wear nude two-strap stilettos to take any outfit from day to night," she added.

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