Steal Rihanna’s style with a trendy jumpsuit

Jumpsuits became hugely popular in the 1970s (largely thanks to Abba’s glitzy trademark style) and have experienced a number of revivals since – and with this season’s latest trends hitting the high street, it looks as if they are well and truly back in fashion.

However, if you’re still a jumpsuit sceptic, why not draw inspiration from the stars? Pop diva Rihanna has been busy strutting her stuff in a rather revealing denim jumpsuit, which, as she told her Twitter followers, she designed for Armani.

While partying at the Palms nightclub in West Hollywood recently, Rihanna’s newly-bleached locks, black stilettos and dark burgundy lippy completed the ’70s jumpsuit look: no-one else could have pulled off the denim theme in a Hollywood nightclub quite so well.

Of course, the R ‘n’ B singer has always been a bit of trendsetter. She recently told The Sun: “I’ve always had a great love of fashion. It’s a constant source of inspiration and is a big reason why I’ve grown into the artist I am today.”

Now it seems that Rihanna’s love of fashion has taken on a life of its own, because not only is she soon going to be co-hosting her own TV show – the X Factor of the fashion world – alongside Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts, but her denim jumpsuit is actually part of her own jeans range, which she is producing exclusively for Armani.

Although Rihanna’s fashion line won’t be available until at least October, those who just can’t wait that long to get their hands on a jumpsuit can find some equally gorgeous jumpsuits for women online.

Whether it’s the flared look you’re going for (Abba would be so proud!) or an off-the-shoulder design for a night out, you can be sure that as long as the likes of Rihanna are styling themselves in sleek and sexy jumpsuits, the rest of the world will be too.

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