July 9, 2010

Rihanna's New Boyfriend & Cosmic Jewelry Trend

If you’re planning to read the July issue of Elle magazine then be sure to wear your pair of designer sunglasses. Why? Because the glossy front cover has been transformed into a glittering potpourri of incredibly shiny couture and eye-blinding bling. It looks so dazzling that you might get your hands sprinkled with the star dust.

The only R&B glam diva that could bring the sparkling oomph to any magazine’s front page without looking too over-the-top is none other than the singer of the R-Rated song album, Rihanna.

She looked amazing in a purple and gold beaded silk dress and a gold studded belt from Balmain topped off with smoky eye-makeup. Highly intergalactic I say! She’s famous for stacking her rings and she did it this time too with an emerald ring from Chopard, a diamond, onyx & sapphire ring from Cartier and her own Neil Lane rings.

The three-time Grammy award winner has gotten herself a new dark chocolate hair streak color, a new boyfriend, namely L.A dodger Matt Kemp, and yes, a brand new jewelry trend for fashion-forward bling lovers everywhere: Humongous hoop earrings or what I would like to call, cage earrings, with not one, not two but four large silver hoops on each ear.

It’s good to see that hoop earrings aren’t just a basic accessory anymore but provide a wide scope for fashionable innovation by the likes of music superstars such as Rihanna & Alicia Keys. What I like about the earrings is that they bring the wearer’s outfit to life as the hoops are always on the move, rotating within each other like rings around a planet, which really suited the Barbadian singer’s celestial style as well.

So all you pretty babes out there, the message from the universe has been received: rock it like Rihanna with those fab hoop earrings, because let me tell you, you can never go wrong!

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