Rihanna Schools Us in Sexy-Sporty Styling at Paris Fashion Week
What Rihanna doesn’t know about creating a seductive look just isn’t worth knowing. We already know that sex with her is amazing (so much so she penned an entire song about it), but now we know she can even make preppy dressing seductive AF.
Baywatch Goes Bookish
Shrink your boyfriend’s polo shirt and use it as a layering piece over a body for a Baywatch-goes-bookish look.
Clash Clueless Plaids
Avoid the Clueless cliché when wearing plaids by layering them up to the max and clashing prints like an absolute bad girl.
Copy the Jocks' Décolletage
Steal some cleavage tips from the jocks when tackling tracksuit dressing and show just enough with the slight unzipping of your hoody.
All Puffa Coat and NO Bra
It’s the modern day version of "all fur coat and no knickers," but more street.
If in Doubt, Underboob It
There’s nothing like a bit of literal titillation to seal the deal and make a pleated skirt seem less bookish.
Unsnap Your Pants Based on Mood
Unpop those pants to reveal the amount of flesh that reflects your current state of mind. Just make sure you have big branded undergarments (for modesty reasons) and that they're peeping out the top for the ultimate "I am doing '90s branding, can’t you tell?" look.
Break Out the Cricket Sweater
The bigger the better when it comes to your cricket sweater. Turn the V-neck into a cutout to flash those boys a cold shoulder.
Marinate With Mustard
Mustard is rarely ever sexy—ask Velma of Scooby Doo fame—BUT Rihanna proves us wrong, yet again. Keep it tight and ribbed for that sultry look.
Your Coat as an Accessory
On one shoulder, off both shoulders, or barely even on your person at all—the only rule for styling your coat right now is to not properly wear it at all. You may catch a cold but you will look sassy. What’s life without a little risk, right?
Never Underestimate the Power of the Over-the-Knee Sock
Ideally, team them with boots and a barely there mini and a jacket tied around your waist for a little extra coverage.