Rihanna’s ‘Open Back’ Pyjamas Want You To Have A Sexy Merry Christmas, And Fans Are Shocked!
Rihanna is again in the news but this time not for the right reasons, like being declared a national hero by her home country, Barbados. While many celebrity styles have always been on the internet’s radar for being overtly experimental, this time it is pyjamas that have caught the eye, all thanks to Riri’s approach to make the world’s comfiest pair avant-garde in her Savage x Fenty pjs.
Taking the internet by storm and her fans in splits, Fenty’s latest collaboration with Savage that brings the rear-cut pyjama to life is a threat to the loungewear (and I really wanna stand up for the damn pyjamas this time.) The exclusive ‘Tied Up Tartan Open-Back PJ’ set as appeared on the brand’s shopping site comes with a checked bralette, shirt and pyjamas with a peep-hole cut out at the back, and shoppers can’t believe their eyes.
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“Can we please let the pyjamas be?” is one amongst the many comments written by the web parivaar that witnessed this unusual sight. While many were busy hailing Queen RiRi for pulling off the risqué cut, a few hurriedly reacted to the ensemble and said “Those Savage Fenty pajamas with the booty out only look good on Rihanna. Those things are not cute and that’s coming from a Savage Fenty supporter. I just tell the truth.”
Definitely, a Christmas surprise we never needed, the latest set of loungewear is designed for women of all sizes, which is the whole point the singer’s been trying to make through her all-inclusive lingerie brand Savage x Fenty. The pyjama in question comes in two shades, letting the back do the talking. The flirty nightwear without a doubt lives up to queen Riri’s name, who modelled for the collection herself over Instagram but is not quite the nightwear of my dreams, to say the least.
While the design was not enough to tear the shoppers apart, the website is asking for a sum of $49.95 for a pyjama with a hole (I mean why?).
This is definitely not the first time that Rihanna has caught headlines concerning her brand. Several instances in the recent past like the Fenty Geisha Chic highlighter which stood insensitive towards the Asian community led to a hot debate and concluded with an official apology issued by the brand.
All in all, this is a collaboration I was definitely looking forward to, but it is unfortunately way out of my league (just like many of my crushes) and many others who wish to have a Christmas spent around family (tbh).