Rihanna Wins 'Best Dressed' at Coachella With This Look

Rihanna Wins 'Best Dressed' at Coachella With This Look

Her festival fashion sense is on point.

Published April 16, 2017

While Coachella is reputed for being all about the live music experience, the annual affair has also become notorious for attendees to debut some of the most creative, colorful and stylish looks perfect to kick off the upcoming summer festival season.

Needless to say, Rihanna was no exception to such an anticipated tradition. Last night (April 15), the singer was seen sporting an outfit that definitely would have resulted in her bringing home a trophy for "best dressed" -- if only such an award existed.

For her festival look, the singer rocked a shimmering crystal body suit, stylishly ripped light blue denim jeans, a black studded belt and a tank top from Gucci, designed by Alessandro Michele.

A variation of the look was previously seen on the runway during Milan Fashion Week in February 2017, further proving that when it comes to combining couture and casual festival looks, RiRi always comes correct.

Rihanna also showed off her Coachella look on Instagram, and her caption of choice pretty much sums up how we all feel when we are sporting our favorite outfits and it's time to call it a night.

"I can't go home yet, cuz enough people ain't seen my outfit," RiRi wrote on Instagram, posting the image in the wee hours of the morning. Yup, that's a mood we all can relate to.

Later on in the evening, Rihanna also wore the matching shimmery balaclava, captioning another portrait showcasing her head-to-toe ensemble with the words "phresh out."

Shine bright like a diamond, indeed.

Take a look at Rihanna winning Coachella without even having to perform in the posts below.

" I can't go home yet, cuz enough people ain't seen my outfit "

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phresh out.

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Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Badgalriri via instagram)


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