On paper, this outfit puts us to sleep (all-putty everything doesn't exactly sound exciting), but on Bey, it makes us want to copy the look. If we do, we'll make sure to look for a skirt with draped detailing and a metallic belt since that makes the whole thing feel fashion-y as opposed to snooze-y.
From: Love Her Outfit!
Let us say it for you: Beyoncé can pull off anything, so of course she makes these busy-printed separates (hers are Joe's Jeans) look flawless. Even cooler? Notice how slimming the matching set looks on the superstar. If you're not ready for all that pattern, that's okay: take baby steps by choosing a solid top or bottom.
From: Love Her Outfit!
MARY VS. BEYONCÉ
We often wonder what it would be like to walk in a platinum recording artist's shoes, but we have a feeling the answer is uncomfortable when the shoes in question are these over-the-knee Christian Dior boots.
From: Fashion Faceoff
Oh, don't mind us. We're just over here ordering Bey's cutout Kore Swimwear bathing suit, pulling up "Drunk in Love" on Spotify and posing for photos, pretending we have an ultra-popular Tumblr where we'll post all of them.
It was a whirlwind week for the star. She ignited #shorthairdontcare fever when she lost her long waves and debuted a pixie. A hot minute later, she transformed her mane into an inverted bob, perhaps trying to start a new trending topic, #slightlylongerhairdontcareeither?
#Flawless runs in the family for Beyoncé, whose mom famously designed ensembles for Destiny's Child (long before the mother-daughter duo collaborated on their House of Deréon clothing line). Growing up, "Her hair, her makeup, the house: Everything she touched became glamorous," Beyoncé told PEOPLE in 2010. Now mom to Blue Ivy, the singer shared a heartfelt Mother's Day letter in 2012, in which she wrote to her mom, "Everything I am is because of you! You are the first voice that ever sang to me."
That face. Those curves. The hair! In fact, her makeup artist Francesca Tolot told Into the Gloss that the hardest part of her job is making the singer look bad. "Can you imagine … Somebody with perfect skin, beautiful almond-shaped eyes, very luminous and happy and full of joy – to make her look so bad?" No, we're pretty sure no one can.
DESTINY'S CHILD, 2001
Go search for "Bootylicious" (which came out the same year) on Spotify, hit play then come back and soak in these embellished jeans, colorful belly-baring tops and coordinating heels. The world was not ready for this jelly then and we still don't think it's ready now.