Of Course Rihanna’s Maternity Style Includes Crop Tops And Latex Outfits

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Rihanna pregnancy style

by Hannah Banks-Walker |

Ever since she announcing her pregnancy with the most fabulous paparazzi photographs, Rihanna's maternity wardrobe has gone from strength to strength. At yesterday's launch for Fenty Beauty, RiRi arrived wearing an outfit that might just be her best to date: Coperni's cult crop top and maxi skirt combo with (wait for it) a body chain around fashion's most fabulous bump.

Rihanna wearing a crop top and maxi skirt from Coperni
Rihanna wearing a crop top and maxi skirt from Coperni ©Getty

During fashion month, Rihanna packed the most stupendous wardrobe. At Dior, she did the naked dress, arriving in a gauzy slip that was the perfect foil for her wipe-clean coat and vinyl knee-highs.

Rihanna outside Dior
Rihanna outside Dior ©Getty

At Off-White - where supermodels past and present paid tribute to Virgil Abloh - Rihanna took her seat on the front row wearing a latex dress the colour of a peach from Off-White, of course, a shearling coat and a trio of necklaces that stretched from her neck to the bottom of her bump.

Rihanna and A$AP Rocky at Off-White
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky at Off-White ©Getty

In Milan, meanwhile, she was front page news at Gucci, wearing another outfit that well and truly defied the notion that pregnancy means you should or shouldn't wear certain things. If you're Rihanna - or anyone for that matter - you can wear a latex-and-lace crop top with silky sweatpants and a chainmail-style headpiece, OK?

Rihanna at Gucci
Rihanna at Gucci ©Getty

Let's rewind back to the beginning for a second. The photographs which announced this happy news, which were staged, show the mother-to-be wearing a long pink coat from Chanel's autumn/winter 1996 collection, unbuttoned so that her bump was exposed and draped in jewels. The coat, designed by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, is a rare piece (one just sold on 1st Dibs for a whopping £16,728).

Rihanna appeared to be wearing the jeans we bought specially for non-uniform day in 2004 (no? Just me?) which surely mopped up several inches of snow as she walked. They were, of course, decorated with a vintage chain belt also from Chanel.


Rihanna must have amassed a rather impressive Chanel archive by now, having bought several vintage pieces from independent sellers over the past couple of years. That makes for one impressive maternity wardrobe.

But it's not all valuable fashion history. Before the announcement, Ri wore an oversized Celine puffer jacket, which she styled with joggers and a hoodie from AWAKE with a trusty pair of Vans, designed in collaboration with A$AP Rocky.


Then there was her look for date night. Eschewing the more conventional maternity staples (banish all thoughts of leggings here), Rihanna teamed a Martine Rose tracksuit top with a Saint Laurent mini skirt (trimmed with faux-fur) and a Prada scarf. Keep scrolling to see her best pregnancy looks so far.


SEE: Rihanna's Maternity Style

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Never has the naked dress looked so glorious.

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More latex, this time in the form of a peach-coloured minidress from Off-White.

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At Gucci, Rihanna upstaged one and all with a latex-and-lace crop top. Also, could anyone else pull off this chainmail headpiece? No, we didn't think so.

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In a tracksuit from AWAKE, a puffer jacket by Celine, and trainers from a Vans collaboration with her boyfriend, A$AP Rocky,

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Wearing a Martine Rose tracksuit top, Saint Laurent mini skirt and Prada scarf for date night with A$AP Rocky.

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More Celine while out in New York, this time in the form of camo trousers and an orange hoodie, which she paired with heels from Gucci and Balenciaga's Hacker Project.

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An oversized Martine Rose football shirt, Balenciaga parka coat, Miu Miu gloves, Amina Muaddi crystal heels and Saint Laurent earrings make this 'maternity' look all sorts of epic.

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Rihanna's all-leather look consisted of a Prada jacket, The Attico trousers and Celine boots.

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