Calling all Lemonade lovers and BeyHive members alike: did you not get your life from Beyoncé's Lemonade premiere on HBO? There was so much fashion and beauty in the one-hour special, so we've collected the top moments for you to relive again and again!
Let's start with this jaw-dropping gold head piece situation (above). Those spikes prove Mrs. Carter ain't playing no games with these chicks…She rocks it with a fiery red strapless gown that is second only to the scorching flames burning behind her.
Leave it to Queen Bey to take hoodies to the next level. She better come through in this field in her hoodie dress! Plus, the zipper zips all the way up to the hood. How cool is that?! This is a 'fit when you want to look extra cute, but still comfy.
You can't premiere a whole visual album named Lemonade and not wear yellow. You just cannot. So here is Beyoncé in a mustard Robert Cavalli gown. Ruffles everywhere, and we are loving every bit of it! Side note: baseball bat not included. Fire optional.
When you get Serena Williams to play video vixen, you know you're that "b***h causing all that conversation." The tennis champ showed off those infamous curves as she gyrated her way onto our TV screens in a black bodysuit, and she left our jaws on the floor. Bey donned her own version, adding a sheer cape and chunky ankle booties.
The Knowles sisters love them some NOLA! There were too many New Orleans moments to count, but this one is LIFE. She's giving us Antebellum South and high fashion, all in one.
Cornrows and fur…yep, Bey is such an OG. The question is, did she steal Hov's swag or did he steal hers? After Lemonade, we're thinking the latter.
This is probably the most we've heard Beyoncé open up about her relationship, and she even shared some private moments from her wedding in the HBO special. So it's only right to wear a poppin' wedding gown and stunt.
Even in a kinda creepy scene like this one, Mrs. Carter serves style like a pro. Lace and a high collar are the perfect combo to SLAY.
Nefertiti or nah? This braided crown the Queen donned in Lemonade was all types of #HairGoals.
Bathtub scenes are always emotional. Bey may have let herself go here, but this head wrap kept her baby hairs on fleek.
There will always be a special place in our hearts for smoky eyes. And she keeps the print-mixing trend alive with this ornate suited look.
We're sure at this point yet what labels actress, Amandla Stenberg and actress/singer Zendaya are wearing, but we do know their dripping in #BlackGirlMagic.
Are you here for the Bohemiem vibes Bey is giving in thisRosie Assoulin Resort 2016 burnt orange, ruffle top? We are so onboard! Let's not forget her equally stylish girl gang comprised of Zendaya, Amandla Stenberg, Parkwood's Chloe and Halle Bailey, and French-Cuban musical duo, Ibeyi. Pick from any of the above ensembles for your next music festival 'fit.
I think it's safe to say Beyonce is channeling Angela Basset in "Waiting to Exhale" in this scene. Lace, lace and more lace set IT off.
She slays. All day. Okay. This particular gem is a Nicolas Jebran number and makes her look powerful, eccentric and resilient all at the same damn time.
Tribal paint and patterns—YASSS! *Runs out to buy face paint*
What were your favorite looks? Is this the best we've seen from Bey yet? Comment below!
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