Beyonce, 40, is wanting unimaginable in her newest pics! The singer took to Instagram on Aug. 19 to share new images of herself confidently posing a long-sleeved black sheer mini costume that had cutout sections within the entrance chest space. She additionally wore sun shades and had her lengthy straight hair down as she held a sequined clutch purse that appeared like a Texas license plate.
The sweetness added cutout black sheer tights to the look in addition to strappy black sandal sort heels. She additionally rocked lengthy crimson nails and flaunted make-up that introduced out her finest options. Though she didn’t caption the images, her followers had been keen to love and touch upon the brand new eye-catching outfit.
“Trying wonderful as all the time,” one fan wrote whereas one other known as the images “simply the whole lot.” A 3rd follower shared that the “bag was made for” her and a fourth identified that she was giving “assured power” within the new publish. Others simply left heart-eyed emojis to suggest their love of the images.
Earlier than Beyonce shared her newest pics, she made headlines for sporting attractive seems in a teaser for her “I’m That Woman” music video. Within the clip, she wore a chrome physique piece with matching silver boots as she posed all through a darkened house, together with within the closet, bed room, and kitchen, the place she cracked an egg off her metallic outfit whereas ingesting a glass of wine. She additionally confirmed off fishnets and pointy-framed sun shades, proving she will be able to rock nearly any fashion and look unimaginable whereas doing so.
Along with making her personal music, Beyonce likes to collaborate with different artists when creating future hits. One in every of her most latest collaborations was with Madonna on the track, “Break My Soul: The Queens Remix,” which was launched on Aug. 5. The brand new jam obtained loads of nice suggestions from each Beyonce and Madonna followers, with some even asking why the 2 artists had by no means collaborated prior to now.