Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Beyoncé's costumes comprised of crystals and pop!

Beyonce sparkled on stage in a number of costumes at Revel over the weekend. Here's what she wore.

Beyoncé's costumes comprised of crystals and pop!


It's empowering to listen to the lyrics and words of an uber-successful, passionate, beautiful artist who stands before her fans at her comeback show and boldly says, "Ladies, love yourselves. Love your bodies."

It's what we adore about wife, mother and international superstar Beyoncé Knowles. She values herself, embraces her figure, puts enormous amounts of time and energy into her work, and her radical sense of self-confidence inspires B-lievers to do the same. Knowles brought this and more to Revel's Grand Ovation Hall Memorial Day weekend as she shook it on stage and sparkled in a variety of costumes.

We're told that Lady Bey mixed and matched outfits by Ralph & Russo, The Blondes, David Koma and Tina Knowles House of Deréon Couture.

This beaded jacket and short combination was designed by Bey's mother Tina Knowles who frequently pulls together looks for her daughter.

The fringed sparkling number by Ralph & Russo took a team of 20 couturiers who worked around the clock to complete it in four weeks, reports PEOPLE. The piece was notably iced with 500,000 plus Swarovski crystals.

Beyonce's publicist tells us that all of her shoes were designed by Stuart Weitzman.

This particular look was designed by David Koma. We're actually intrigued by two things- B's multicolored nails and the huge rock on her left finger- look at the size of that thing!

Celebrity manicurist Lisa Logan prepped Beyonce's pink and orange nails at Revel last week.

Other looks from her performances including the red leotard was designed by David Koma, while the other showgirl leotard was designed by the Blondes. Finally, Bey's Bumble Bee two-piece was designed by Tina Knowles for House of Deréon Couture.

Meanwhile, read Dan DeLuca's review here, and click here for photos from her show/see which stars attended the grand opening festivities at the resort.

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