April 23, 2018

Beyonce Knowles Wore Five More Custom Balmain Looks During Her Second Coachella Performance

Posted by Rachel Watkins

If you thought Beyonce Knowles had outdone herself during her first Coachella performance, she had more where that came from—introducing five more custom Balmain looks during her second performance on Saturday (April 21) in Indio, California.

You might notice some parallel similarities between her first set of five looks and these, as they each riffed on common themes.

The ‘BK’ initials hoodie returned—except this time it was rendered in hot pink to go with those denim hot pants and custom Christian Louboutin white patent leather boots with unicorn skin. Girly, glam, and 100-percent Beyonce.

Queen Bey let the goddess flag fly high again in this ornate silver creation that melded her love of bodysuits with the drama of the long cape and Egyptian-inspired headpiece.

I am loving her emphasis on pink this time out, as this glittery magenta sweater dress with the 2018 Beyonce crest seems all the more playfully girly because of it. She is single-handedly bringing back the crimped trend, too, as her voluminous locks can attest.

The high-octane, high-shine bodysuit strutted its way back with this alluring moment, made even more so by virtue of the garters and thigh-high boots. It had a sexy, modern superheroine vibe that naturally skimped no element of glam factor either.

For the Destiny’s Child reunion, the trio retired the camo print in favour of straight-up glitz in these shiny, silver-white sets as they channeled their inner Charlie’s Angels. Naturally, Bey’s design was manifested in bodysuit form with a long sash to add a sophistication of movement to the look.

Credit: Balmain, & Getty

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