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Once again, Rihanna schools us in the art of making a trend your own. The Bad Gal put her own twist on the "no-pants" trend, styling a pair of Balenciaga's nude-illusion boots with an oversized tee and hoodie.

By now, everyone from Kristen Stewart to Hailey Bieber to Addison Rae has taken pantless 'fits out for a spin. They all looked great, but Rihanna has a habit of outshining everyone when it comes to fashion. Basically, it’s going to be hard for anyone else to go pantless in the name of fashion ever again. 

Rih and A$AP Rocky were photographed on a date in Los Angeles at Color Me Mine, one of those places you can get a glass of wine and paint pottery. How very normal of them!

Not so normal? Rihanna’s outfit, which consisted of a T-shirt and a knotted button-down. On bottom, the singer wore a pair of Balenciaga "pantaboots" that made it look as if she had on nothing but fishnet stockings.

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With her blonde hair tucked into a Los Angeles Dodgers hat and her lips painted a classic, matte red, Rihanna looked impossibly cool. On her arm, she carried a simple black Saint Laurent shopper that retails for $3,500, blinging out the otherwise normal clothes she was wearing. OK, Balenciaga pantaboots aren't exactly run-of-the-mill — but who’s to judge what makes a piece of clothing “normal” or not?

If you haven’t already tried out the no-pants look, it might be too late. Because how can one ever beat Rihanna and Balenciaga?

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