On Sunday, the 58-year-old star of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star took to Instagram to share a stunning new photo wearing an electric blue look with bold earrings and cascading brunette locks.
"And scene," the former soap opera star captioned the photo for her more than 3.2 million followers. "Bye bitches."
Rinna, who likes to give names all to all of her wigs and alter egos, also shared a video of the dramatic new look for fans.
"Her name is Taffy Aspen," she told fans of her latest persona.
Fashion fans were quick to point out that the $3,690 USD blue Balenciaga ensemble was previously worn by Kim Kardashian in December 2021.
"Giving Kim K,” one person commented, while another person wrote, "Okay, Kimberly."
"The Kim K dress! You're totally pulling this off," someone else commented.
"It's so cute how celebrities inspire each other," wrote another. "Like, this look was clearly inspired by Kim Kardashian. No shame... you like stunning!"
"We see you following in Kim Kardashian's footsteps!" another echoed.
While many thought that Rinna pulled off the look, others thought that she "copied" Kardashian and that it was "unoriginal" of her.
"Tell me you wanna be Kim Kardashian without telling me," someone wrote. "At least be original. It's so boring."
"Kim wore it better," another said.
"You're gorgeous as always," one fan began. "It's just that Kimmy has this look. Over. Done. Like, put a fork in it already."
Others accused Rinna of struggling with her identity, and often trying to resemble others.
"Why are you constantly trying to look like someone else?" they asked, while another added, "This woman has identity issues."
Although she's been changing her look recently during her stint on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" with wigs, the actress is best known for her short "shaggy" hairstyle.
In 2019, salon owner Sally Hershberger revealed that the star has been a frequent client of her salon in Los Angeles. Up until recently however, Hershberger had never had the opportunity to cut give Rinna the "Sally shag" herself.
“The goal is the journey,” Hershberger said of Rinna's cut. “Her husband loves her hair short, so we’re keeping the front a bit shorter so you can really see her face. Our plan is to go as long as we can until it doesn’t work — we just have to feel it.”