Jada Pinkett Smith reflected on her daring maternity style and wearing see-through outfits while pregnant

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  • Jada Pinkett Smith celebrated Women's History Month with an Instagram post on Monday.

  • She reflected on her past daring maternity style, and compared it to Rihanna's current fashion.

  • Both stars have worn see-through looks while pregnant.

Jada Pinkett Smith has made it clear that she's a fan of daring maternity fashion.

The "Red Table Talk" host took to Instagram on Monday to celebrate Women's History Month. She posted one photo of herself in 1998 wearing a semi-sheer maternity dress, as well as a shot of Rihanna wearing a see-through maternity look on March 1.

"Who says you can't wear see thru fits when you're preggers???😍😜😍" Pinkett Smith wrote.

The actor then went on to explain why she loves Rihanna.

"She's bold, unapologetic, fierce, kind, and an all around girls girl," Pinkett Smith wrote. "She likes to see other women win and that's one of her qualities I admire most. She's a queen that loves helping other women find and hold their own crowns."

Her caption continued: "As women, it's important that we seeeee one another, help heal one another, love one another, and support one another. Here's to one more of my favorites for International Women's Month.✨❣️✨"

Pinkett Smith's maternity style in 1998 was the perfect representation of that decade's fashion.

At the Blockbuster Awards that year, she walked the red carpet in a strapless black dress, a metallic blazer that reached her ankles, and velvet boots. And that's not to mention her makeup, which included thin eyebrows and frosted lipstick.

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Jada Pinkett Smith at the Blockbuster awards on March 10, 1998.Ron Galella, Ltd./Getty Images

Today, Rihanna is arguably the queen of maternity fashion. She's rocked everything from latex crop tops to see-through pants while pregnant, and has said she's "enjoying not having to worry about covering up" her stomach.

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