Rihanna Commented on my Under-$100 Earrings

Rihanna Commented on my Under-$100 Earrings

Introduction Hi, I’m Rihanna and I just wanted to say that your earrings are pretty cool. They’re so cool that they make me want to wear them all day long! People who have met Rihanna and written about their experiences appear perplexed. Miranda July’s New York Times profile reads almost like a love letter. Abby

Rihanna Earrings

Introduction

Hi, I’m Rihanna and I just wanted to say that your earrings are pretty cool. They’re so cool that they make me want to wear them all day long! People who have met Rihanna and written about their experiences appear perplexed. Miranda July’s New York Times profile reads almost like a love letter. Abby Aguirre’s Vogue cover story was widely panned because she admitted to winging the interview without much preparation. But now that I’ve met Rihanna, albeit for a few minutes, I understand where they’re both coming from. Being in her presence is both dizzying and thrilling. It’s difficult to find your feet. My entire life flashed before my eyes in a matter of seconds. I burst out laughing. I sobbed. My pearls were clutched in my hands. It’s nearly impossible to put into words.

I knew the earrings were a risk

I knew the earrings were a risk. They were under $100 and not a brand name, so they weren’t trendy. But I wanted to try them on because they looked so sleek and elegant in their packaging like they belonged in a museum or something.

I wore them out to dinner with my friend Vinny that night and he was all about how good they looked on me he even said he wanted one! So, I showed him how to wear his new accessory (which was pretty hard since it wasn’t exactly his size), but then we got into an argument over whose chewing gum was left on the floor of our favorite coffee shop after we finished our drinks: mine or Vinny’s? It ended up being both of ours because neither one of us had been paying attention while talking about whether or not it would be okay for someone else who wasn’t wearing any jewelry at all yet still wanted something pretty cheap but vintage-looking for their next birthday party instead or a dinner date or trip abroad it could happen!

But I couldn’t stop wearing them

You see, I was obsessed with the earrings. It wasn’t just that they were cute or pretty I loved them for what they represented: my independence from my parents and their expectations of me. They were a symbol of my new life in New York City, where I could be whomever I wanted to be without worrying about what anyone else thought about it.

But even though my love for these earrings grew stronger every day (and every hour), there was still one thing holding me back from wearing them more often: fear of being judged by others on how much money people spend on themselves or their appearance (or lack thereof). When we’re young enough that this is still an issue for us as adults, we tend not to take risks when it comes time to buy clothes or accessories like rings or bracelets because we don’t want them falling off our wrists after just one night out at clubbing!

In the end, Rihanna’s comment on my earrings was a positive thing. It was nice to know that she liked them and wanted to share her opinion with me, but it didn’t make me any happier than I’d been before. It didn’t change anything in my life; it was just another nice surprise that made me feel special!

Rihanna Earrings

Rihanna had commented on my earrings or not

I’m sure she’s busy with her own life and is not intentionally commenting on everyone else’s choices in fashion. And even if she did notice my earrings, what difference does it make to her? It’s not as though there are millions of other people wearing them at least not yet! But still: Why should anyone care what Rihanna thinks about my jewelry? If she doesn’t like them (or me), then that’s the end of the story. She doesn’t have any power over me in this regard; no one does—and that includes celebrities like Rihanna who wear distinctive styles but don’t necessarily have much influence over what people choose to wear themselves.

I was still me with or without them

Whether or not you wear the earrings, it doesn’t matter what other people think of you. They might say something to your face and then be upset when they realize that the comments were directed at their reflection in a mirror, but at least they had the decency to keep their mouths shut after making them (especially if they were wearing their own $100 pair). It’s important to remember this every time someone gives unsolicited advice especially if it has anything to do with “keeping up” with trends like wearing jewels on your ears instead of rings or bracelets.

You can wear whatever you want, even if Rihanna doesn’t agree

It’s your life, not theirs. Some so many people think that their opinion is the only one that matters and they’re right it does matter to them! But at the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what others think about you or what you do with your time; it’s all up to you whether or not those things make YOU happy. If they don’t make you happy then just stop doing them! Don’t let anyone else tell YOU otherwise either because they probably won’t understand if/when something doesn’t work out for whatever reason (which could be because someone tried too hard).

Conclusion

I’m glad I wore the earrings, but in the end, it didn’t matter how Rihanna felt about them. I knew they were a gamble and that they might not go with my outfit or look good on me at all. But when I put them on, I felt like myself again not just because of her comments but also because she’d helped me make up my mind about something that had been bothering me for years.

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