Who would’ve thought that A$AP Rocky being back on tour would mean so too would Rihanna and her incredible wardrobe be traveling the world giving us all the outfits we’ve been lacking since she gave birth to the couple’s first child two months ago. (Certainly, not me, or I would have bought tickets to Wireless Festival in London last week.)

Last week, Rihanna was spotted supporting her man at London’s Wireless Festival, where her front row cameo seriously distracted the crowd who began eagerly filming her and chanting her name, prompting her to smirk and direct their attention slyly back to the stage. 


Now, the pop star and Fenty mogul has hit Europe, attending her boyfriend’s — husband’s?! — performance at Rolling Loud in Portugal on Thursday.

Ditching her maternity crop tops for something a little more oversized and festival-appropriate, Rihanna was photographed wearing a sporty all-black fit, made up of baggy tracksuit from Balenciaga’s collaboration with Adidas topped with a vintage Hermès babushka scarf wrapped around her head.

Finishing off the outfit, Rihanna wore a pair of black pointed-toe pumps — okay, not quite so festival-appropriate, but obsessed with the impracticality of it all — adding layered gold and pearl necklaces, a statement ring, and gold, jewel-adorned bracelets to sex up her otherwise sporty attire.

Though Rihanna herself hasn’t posted her ‘fit to the ‘gram, thankfully, the team behind it has. Fenty Beauty’s global makeup artist Priscilla Ono shared a close-up of the glam look she did for the night, showing Rih’s sharp black winged eyeliner which was paired with a bronzed, matte complexion and a glossy pink lip.

Rihanna’s first post-baby appearance was equally as cool as her follow-up — naturally. In London, she wore a new season Prada navy puffer jacket which was originally worn by Kendall Jenner on the runway, adding a pair of black pants and a large silver necklace and wearing her hair long and straight.

Rihanna’s postpartum wardrobe era is here and we are officially back to being full-time stans.