Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z took a break from the European leg of their ‘On The Run’ tour before headed to the states.
Much like during the tour itself, Queen Bey has had several wardrobe changes which she needed for all those luxury yacht rides and museum visits.
This first look is from Versace.
This doesn’t scream vacation to me, more like an extension of her tour wardrobe.
And considering the heatwave that has gripped Europe. I just can’t deal with the thick fabrication of this signature wild print Versace Pre-Fall 2018 dress, or the long sleeves and high neckline.
I feel like I am sweating on her behalf.
Versace sunglasses and black leather sandals with Medusa studs rounded out her look.
This Cushnie et Och Spring 2018 all white look was by far my favourite. This had the perfect mix of summer and chic appeal with complementary accessories that ensured the look didn’t feel too one note.
Recreating a moment from their ‘Ape Sh*t’ video shot in The Louvre while visiting the Neues Museum in Berlin, Bey went all lady-like on us wearing a Fendi Resort 2018 yellow dress. The look felt more ladies-who-lunch than a woman on vacation mode, but I love that Beyonce is show us more than a heavy mini dress. Her signature high ponytail, an Okhtein embroidered Rodhawk bag and Jimmy Choo x Off White sandals completed her look. You may remember that Bella Hadid wore this same dress back in December.
Beyonce was rocking Versace, Versace, Versace from head to toe. This iconic Vogue tribute printed look feels so very diva-ish, which is why I love it. The shades matched perfectly, but the Jimmy Choo x Off White ‘Annie’ pumps were a bit of a dud.
The ‘OTR’ tour ended right around the time of the World Cup Final, so Beyonce appeased her fans by showing some love for France wearing a Paris Saint Germain jersey, which was of course blinged out to suit Beyonce’s taste. This look was a custom look from Koche’s Spring 2018 collection.
I love how this Self Portrait Spring 2018 three-piece look felt fun and playful.
Dolce & Gabbana always present a range of quirky prints for summer, and for Spring 2018, it was all about oranges and zebras. Taking her cue from the runway, the singer opted to max out her Dolce & Gabbana chiffon maxi dress with contemporary shades.
The final look is the most natural vacation picture – for those who vacation on multi-million dollar yachts. Both her Caravan cape, made of pure silk and embellished with crystals, and swimsuit were from Australian designer Camilla; whose love of India’s ornate textiles and artisanal markets shines through.
Credit: Vogue.com & Beyonce.com