Just Look at Rihanna in Saint Laurent at Her 30th Birthday Party


Who says you can't wear a giant pink pouf past the age of 30?

People often tell me that 30 is the best age, that it's when you start to figure life out, become your truest and happiest self and stop sweating the small stuff. If that's true, then Rihanna is about to become Super Rihanna, and it looks like she got started at her 30th birthday party, photos of which have just surfaced on Instagram. Unsurprisingly, she looked incredible, wearing a very short Spring 2018 Saint Laurent dress (if you can call it that) with a voluminous fuchsia bodice, which she pulls off even better than the model who wore it in Paris last year if you ask us.

Toni Braxton had nothing on her look, despite this humble caption.

It would be impossible to have a bad time in this dress, especially when you're Rihanna and you just turned 30.

Happy birthday, Riri!

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