Most mortals can’t pull off a pageant gown like Beyoncé—physically or monetarily— but her shiny gangsta socks and this similar bunny ear headband are an easy (and affordable) way to cop her beauty queen style.
A lesson in literal dressing: If you’re feeling like a ghost, don a white bodycon jersey dress. And if you’re singing I don’t trust these record labels, I’m torn, opt for a shredded floor-length number.
We now know where Bey stands on Hedi Slimane’s divisive collections for Saint Laurent—shop a similar look at their site.
“Drunk In Love (feat. Jay Z)”
A bikini paired with a sheer dress will perfectly show off your “surfboard” abs.
One way not to let your gold bike overshadow the rest of your look is to wear a pair of bold printed DKNY leggings and a $32,500+ Versace mink coat as a cape—which, sorry to get your hopes up, happens to be sold out.
A boxer will add some much needed edge to a hooded white fur coat, a white Robyn Lawley bathing suit and white stilettos.
When you’re bored with the ubiquitous leather jogging pants and jacket, the fabric also works well as an eyemask, a corset with pierced nipples (a Tom Ford creation) or as a zipper-trimmed cap by House of Malakai.
Beyeezus season approaching.
Beyoncé takes red carpet goth to a whole new level.
Actual confirmation that Beyoncé is superhuman—but, really, how else was she able to keep this project under wraps for so long?
"Mine (feat. Drake)"
The very definition of art pop—sorry, Gaga. Also, shout out to Drake’s monastic monochromatic look that Rick Owens would definitely approve of.
Beyoncé: 1. Miley Cyrus: 0. Technically, Bey started 2013’s wearable Biggie trend since she filmed the Terry Richardson-directed video for “XO” back in August, three months before Miley stepped out in Tom Ford’s Notorious B.I.G.-emblazoned dress.
Fishnet cutoffs and a chain-link belt are an excellent way to put your own spin on a denim thong.
"Superpower (feat. Frank Ocean)"
Tina Knowles, you’re needed: A reunited Destiny’s Child is harder to spot without their signature matching ensembles, especially when in the presence of Bey’s underboob and coordinated green hair and skirt.
If you’re the type that easily loses jewelry, a tattooed a cross is a novel solution.
"Blue (feat. Blue Ivy)"
Between the denim thong and Beyoncé’s carnival look, it’s hard to deny Riri’s influence.
Further proof: this 1.0 screensaver-inspired video reminiscent of Ri's infamous SNL performance.