Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Set the Trend with Their Latest Summer Looks

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Beyoncé and Blue Ivy.
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Jay-Z (born Shawn Corey Carter), 53, just got honored with a new career-spanning exhibit at the Brooklyn Public Library in New York. At the unveiling this weekend, wife Beyoncé, 41, and daughter Blue Ivy, 11, were right by his side to show their support, and they wore chic ensembles (seen in slide 6 below) that will totally be setting trends for the rest of the summer.

For the event, Queen Bey wore a bright orange lace top from LaQuan Smith (you can get the collared, see-through design on Saks for $950). Meanwhile, she paired the top with a matching floral lace skirt from the same designer ($1,200), which was covered in glimmering orange sequins.

Beyoncé's hair was pulled into a high pony (maybe a nod to Barbie?) and she accessorized with a pair of orange Aquazzura Straight To Heaven 105 sandals ($950) and the Jimmy Choo Bon Bon bucket bag ($1,075).

Clearly, Blue Ivy is getting her fashion sense from her mom, because the 11-year-old Grammy winner wore an equally stunning ensemble for the event.

Blue Ivy donned the Reformation Filis denim mini dress ($178), which she accessorized with a pair of Fendi First geometric sunglasses ($520).

Beyoncé was styled by Karen Langley, but it's unclear who styled her daughter.

Based on the way Beyoncé sets trends, we have a feeling that orange lace and denim dresses could end up becoming huge for the end of the summer season. We'll have to wait and see to find out.

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