Get the Look: Rihanna's vintage Chanel skirt suit on-set at 'Good Morning America'

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Get the Look: Rihanna's vintage Chanel skirt suit on-set at 'Good Morning America'
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Rihanna appeared on Good Morning America Wednesday morning to promote her new line of lipsticks and glosses, wearing the most chic vintage orange tweed Chanel skirt suit. We're obsessed, and kind of surprised that our favorite songstress wore something so prim and proper.

Don't get us wrong, we love ourselves some Rihanna, but Bad Girl RiRi's outfits (aka super-high slits, crop tops, and body chains) aren't always the most wearable for us normal people. Since, unlike RiRi, we probably won't be scoring ourselves a 1994 matching skirt 'n' blazer by Chanel, we thought we'd do our best to recreate the look. After all, it's not every day that RiRi wears something we could pull off too.

Orange tweed skirt suits that are also cute are shockingly hard to come by, so we thought it'd be cool (and RiRi approved) to ditch the matchy-matchy look in favor of a denim pencil skirt. If that sounds weird, we promise you it's not -- see this trend report for proof. All you need after that is a simple white tee, pointy-toe heels, and some gold chains(zzz) to complete the look.

Click through the gallery to see how you can get Rihanna's GMA look -- at a fraction of the cost, may we add.

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