Beyoncé Nails It Again with a Crystal-Covered Handbag That Looks Like a Mirrorball
While we're used to the 40-year-old singer posting countless images of her iconic ensembles, she has really been on a hot streak these past couple weeks. Just a few days ago, Queen Bey posed in a custom tile-print dress from Dolce & Gabbana while carrying a handbag that was modeled after an ancient papal tiara.
Now, the “Single Ladies” singer is wowing us with a new outfit, which includes yet another eye-popping purse. She showed off her 'fit in a series of photos where she's seen posing in front of painted French doors and walking through the lobby of a building before lounging on a boat with her husband, Jay-Z.
In the photos, Beyoncé is sporting a seafoam green Parla double drape dress from Saïnt Mojavï. The plunging silk dress was paired with matching satin sandals with a squared toe and ankle ties from Paciotti, as well as a 60-carat diamond necklace and white jade and diamond earrings from Lorraine Schwartz.
However, the highlight of Bey's outfit was her crystal ball handbag from Marzook (which is currently on preorder for $2,495). The purse, which looks like a mini mirrorball, is covered with a whopping 2,000 pieces of Swarovski crystals.
Thanks to the Instagram account @stylebeyonce, we learned that Beyoncé's fit was styled by Kelvin (K.J.) Moody, while her hair (which included short curtain bangs) was done by Neal Farinah. Meanwhile, her makeup was applied by Rokael Lizama.
In a few of the photos, the singer is also sporting some thin silver sunglasses from Emporio Armani. And in one photo, she has a wool coat with a cheetah print lining from Dolce & Gabbana draped over her shoulders. We got another glimpse of the coat on the official Instagram for Marzook, the designer of Beyoncé's handbag.
In the caption, they said, “Queen @beyonce carried our sparkly Crystal Orb to @gguyot's wedding in Italy.”
We need Beyoncé and Moody to pick out our purses from now on.
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