Beyoncé wears every piece of jewelry she owns to the TIDAL X: 1015 Concert

Posted on October 17, 2016

Beyoncé attends the TIDAL X: 1015 concert held at the Barclays Center in New York City.

 

Girl…

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… we cannot.

Granted, it’s not like Beyonce singlehandedly made the sheer beaded dress a trend that needs to DIE DIE WHY WON’T YOU JUST DIE ALREADY. Plenty of other ladystars – not least of which, those of the genus Kardashia – have done their part to make this damn gown so damn ubiquitous. But we’re the silly queens who think once-in-a-generation pop divas like Bey should be setting trends, not following them. Long have we bemoaned her distressingly Beysic style choices.

What tends to bother us most about this look – aside from its ubiquity – is the poor choices she made in styling it. Everything is just … too much. Too much hairstyle, too much jewelry, too much beading. Plus: Barbie crotch. And black pumps – even fierce ones like those – strike us as the wrong style of shoe for this look.

Compliments, so we’re not total bitches here: We like the collar and her makeup is flawless. The rest of it can go.

 

Style Credits:
Gattinoni Black Sheer Bead-Embellished Couture Gown
Lorraine Schwartz Jewelry
Christian Louboutin Black Pump

[Photo Credit: Brad Barket/Getty Images]

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