No one can rock the lemon hue quite like Queen Bey.
Lemonade is finally here and while the world continues to obsess over the tracks and visuals, don’t sleep on the presentation’s fashion game either. Beyonce absolutely killed each ensemble in her music videos. Has she ever been more fierce?
Our favorite look has to be the yellow dress she wore while smashing windows with a baseball bat in “Hold Up.” At this point, it’s set to become iconic and synonymous with the entire theme of the project. The dress is from Roberto Cavalli’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection.
In “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” Bey rocked a fur coat from Hood By Air’s Fall 2015 collection, which she paired with Yeezy Season.
While seated on a porch beside Amandla Stenberg and Zendaya, she wore a burnt orange ruffle top by Rosie Assoulin.
Side note: If you’re feeling Zendaya’s look from this shot, the top is by Phelan. It’s now available for purchase at Nordstrom.
When she appeared alongside Serena Williams, Bey wore a bodysuit by Yousef Aljasmi.
She also stunned in a leather bralette by Zana Bayne.
For the “Freedom” visual, Bey belted out the song in a dress by Maria Lucia Hohan.
While her wardrobe appeared lowkey in the “Sandcastles” video, Bey rocked a pair of stylish headphones.
From the World of Macintosh, PRYMA headphones retail for $499-$549 and come in a variety of colors and finishes. Still, our favorite has to be Bey’s choice of the carbon Marsala. Because, duh.
Which Lemonade look is your favorite?
SOURCE: FashionBombDaily | PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram, Nike Communications
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