It seems like just yesterday that Beyoncé was getting us in formation at the Super Bowl, but months passed by in a flash and now her Formation World Tour is coming to an end. To celebrate, Bey threw a party for her entire crew at Bagatelle in New York City and gave us a peek at her post-tour style now that she won't have to spend every night in leotards and control-top pantyhose.
For the party at Bagatelle, attended by the dancers, costumers, technicians and more that flawlessly took Formation around the world for months, Bey rocked a distressed denim jacket and shorts, a $30 Ivy Park cap, $895 Gucci "Molina" leather embellished lip t-strap sandals and a statement-making Blood & Honey "I Kiss Better Than I Cook" slogan fur bag, with a price tag of $1,895.
Another look consists of a Gucci leather beret, Formation World Tour puff sleeve crop top, $815 Gianvito Rossi velvet sandals and a Gucci graffiti leather bag that's a steal at $3,950. But, clearly, the fist in the air is the best part of this look.
Bey also showed off this custom Gucci jacket with her signature slogan on the back side — and the Italian fashion house made sure to send a mini version for Blue, too:
Here's another colorful look (and Gucci accessories) for a casual stroll around her NYC 'hood:
World stop! @gucci on fleek! @beyonce was spotted in NYC sporting the brand's original #gucci logo baseball cap, a pink merino knit butterfly adorned sweater, an embellished lip detail pouch, pink and silver striped metallic skirt and @gianvitorossi velvet Portofino sandals. Thoughts on her 'fit? By @gigiandninidesigns #fashionbombdaily #fashion #style #instastyle #instafashion #celebritystyle #realstyle #beyonce #beyoncefashion #gianvitorossi
We don't know what B is planning to do with all her free time now that the tour is over, but we can guarantee slaying is on the agenda.
(Photo: JENY / Splash News)
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