Rihanna's Developing An Eighties T-Shirt Obession - Get Her Look Here

Rihanna's Developing An Eighties T-Shirt Obession - Get Her Look Here

Rihanna ♥'s her Eighties tees

It's pretty tough keeping up with Rihanna's ever changing sartorial moves and beauty choices. From platinum blonde to jet-black with a side shave then fashion forward in an Emilio Pucci pyjama suit, to a tough girl look with leggings, Vans and a baseball cap - Rihanna is one hell of a style chameleon!

And it's becoming clear that Eighties tees are Rihanna's latest obsession. First we saw her in a Rolling Stones stunner worn with red leopard print trews. Then at the premiere of 'Battleship', the singer-turned-actress decided to show her love for the film's director, Peter Berg, by wearing a T-shirt with a picture of his younger self. Genius!

In fact, T-shirts featuring celeb portraits (including the singer herself) are spreading like wild fire, swarming onto the street and into the shops. Parisian label Maje has even created a series of limited edition tees remembering the iconic screen siren Brigitte Bardot.

So have we - and Ri-Ri - tempted you? Get in the Eigties spirit with our top five picks below - they're in store now and are perfect for festival season!

Rihanna's Developing An Eighties T-Shirt Obession - Get Her Look Here

Rihanna tee, £20, River Island

Rihanna's Developing An Eighties T-Shirt Obession - Get Her Look Here

Mossy t-shirt, £50, Eleven Paris at Asos

Rihanna's Developing An Eighties T-Shirt Obession - Get Her Look Here

Pink Floyd, £25, Amplified at Asos

Rihanna's Developing An Eighties T-Shirt Obession - Get Her Look Here

Brigitte Bardot, £125, Maje 020 7730 9097

Rihanna's Developing An Eighties T-Shirt Obession - Get Her Look Here

Led Zepplin, £17.99, Truffle Shuffle



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