Rihanna’s Accessories Are The (Second) Biggest Story Of Coachella

Moral of the story: Riri does what she wants.

Rihanna’s Coachella Accessories

by Hannah Agbeni |
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When it comes to Coachella, fashion usually looks something like this; crop tops, denim, loose dresses, crocheted separates and anything suitable for the 30-degree heat (that is still stylish of course). That said there are a few celebrity attendees that are slowly moving away from the typical Coachella fashion in favour of edgier and retro looks. Then there are those who never bothered to pay attention to such rules in the first place.

Like Rihanna.

The singer, fashion designer and beauty mogul was spotted yesterday at the festival sporting a layered outfit that quickly became a trending topic (like anything she does if we’re being honest). The oversized pyjama-style striped shirt under a slogan jumper with a jewelled balaclava is a look that comes straight from the Gucci autumn/winter 2018 show. Rihanna pairs the outfit with a custom pair of Elisabeth Weinstock snake print trousers and Rochas python-print shoes.

Even though it’s an unusual choice for a festival, Rihanna dons the Gucci balaclava with the DGAF attitude she’s known for, completely unfazed by heat.

The accessories don’t stop there. Although not pictured in her Instagram pictures, Rihanna was spotted wearing a rose gold flask bracelet. The bracelet serves as a convenient alternative to carrying a wine glass. The only questions we have are, why did we not know about these before and where can we get one? A quick Google search and we’re relieved to say that the these bracelets are widely available and very affordable too.

Rihanna never disappoints and no matter how different the look is, she's definitely someone that has fun with fashion. We're looking forward to see what she'll wear over the next few days.

This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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