How Beyoncé made us green with envy at last night’s TIDAL benefit concert

Since the arrival of her twins, Sir and Rumi in June, Beyoncé has stepped out each time wearing an undeniable reminder around her neck: I’m the queen of style and I can’t be stopped. 

You know what we mean! Beyonce has been killing it nonstop in her post-baby body and thanks to her aesthetically appealing Instagram page, we get just the right measure of Bey-medicine almost on a daily basis.

Less than 5 hours ago, at the time of writing, Queen Bey shared photos of her look for the Tidal x Brooklyn benefit concert that held last night and with over 1 million likes each on two of out of the posts, it looked she’s got the world’s seal of approval.

Beyoncé wore an emerald, high-slit dress custom-made by LA based fashion designer, Walter Mendez. The dress also featured a keyhole design that flaunts perfect cleavage. She added a plum coloured faux fur stole that doesn’t do too much for the look, except for the dash of colour it provides.

But wait! That’s not all. Beyoncé accesorises with the $4,995 Alexander Wang ‘money roll’ purse that is covered in 10,263 Swarovski crystals. Yassss! You read that right.

Alexander Wang teamed with Judith Leiber to make a purse that looks like a wad of $100 cash held together by an industrial rubber band

Beyoncé completed the look with her hair held up in a pony tail, gold drop earrings and finger jewelry with emerald stones. 

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