The couple kicked off their on the On The Run Tour with a bang! Here, Bey is outfitted in an Givenchy Haute Couture bodysuit, thigh-high boots and a dramatic American flag train. Now, that’s the way you top off last year!
While this may look like a typical Beyonce costume, this Givenchy rear-exposing body suit was the raciest of them yet.
Like a gothic Goddess Beyoncé gets laced up in a billowy sleeved Victorian style dress that lends a dark ethereal vibe.
Staying true to her bodysuit obsession, this year’s style is an Atelier Versace number boasting a bit more attitude.
This casual denim Diesel jumpsuit shows a cooler side of Bey, one less about the sparkle and shine and more about riding off into the sunset with Jay on a Harley.
There’s no place like home! And Beyoncé reps her hometown in a “Texas” emblazoned biker jacket and cut-off daisy dukes.
The highly anticipated Mrs. Carter Show World Tour didn’t disappoint. From the vocals to the costumes Mrs. Carter left us speechless, especially in this intricately beaded pearl epaulet style by Ralph & Russo when she sung “Halo.”
Beyoncé’s transition into the nude was more of a subtle transition last year in a second-skin style by Ralph & Russo complete without Swarovski crystals covering her lady parts.
Beyonce opened her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour in Belgrade wearing her raciest costume yet –– a bodysuit by The Blonds celebrating the female form with approximately 30,000 Swarovski crystals.
Beyoncé literally blew us away in this Vrettos Vrettakos catsuit adorned with Swarovski Elements for her Croatia performance. This took her love for sparkles to the top!
Bey’s beaded bodice and voluminous skirt may have only been a stage costume but this ethereal look really gives us wedding fever! The singer’s romantic looks showed that she’s clearly dangerously in love.
Channeling her inner cat woman, Beyoncé was runway ready in Riccardo Tisci’s Givenchy kitty cap and bedazzled cape, complete with her stage staples: Stuart Weitzman shoes.
Beyoncé showed us very early on that she loves leather in these Emilio Pucci pieces. Leave it to the Italians to design a full leather get-up for from hat to heels!
Designer David Koma brought the french horn to life (and Bey’s love for music) when he designed this gold and black silk printed bodice inspired by the musical instrument. Playing up her curves, the designer added a slick laser-cut patent peplum for a sexier flair.
It wouldn’t be a Bey moment without a little Leather and lace. This Rubin Singer bodysuit was just a tip of the iceberg on her hommage to sexy that was to come next year!
In true showgirl fashion, Beyoncé worked a feathered headdress and fully beaded bodysuit by The Blondes for her big return, a four-night stint at Revel in Atlantic City, four months after giving birth to baby Blue Ivy in January 2012.
Among the bedazzled assortments, Beyoncé rocked a black and yellow intricately patterned, bumble bee-inspired set by her mom Tina Knowles for House of Deréon Couture for her four-night stint at Revel in Atlantic City.
The craftsmanship of Tina Knowles for House of Dereon Couture was on front stage in this beaded peplum jacket and fringed boy briefs.
The songstress’ post-baby body was on full display in this fiery red cut-out leotard by Ralph & Russo.
The singer hit Revel Casino & Resort ready to shake, rattle and roll in a Josephine Baker-inspired fringed beaded number by Ralph & Russo and pink Stuart Weitzman pumps.