Beyoncé kicked off her Formation tour last night in Miami and man, if lewks could kill. From her Victorian-inspired numbers to her hallmark sparkly crystal bodysuits, Queen Bey's stage costumes were a parade of show-stopping creations from the likes of Roberto Cavalli, Balmain, DSquared2, Gucci, and more. See all of her slay-worthy sartorial moments below.
To open the show, Bey was decked in a Victorian-inspired getup comprised of an oversized brim hat, black crystal embroidered bustier with puffy velvet shoulders, a tattoo lace body suit, and leather gloves.
Always one for a sparkly jumpsuit moment, she wore this silver, crystal-embroidered number with nude fishnet stockings.
More custom Gucci à la her "Formation" music video, the Italian fashion house created this belted, retro-print number, as well as matching two-piece sets for her backup dancers in an epic red and white story.
Another Victorian-inspired look, Balmain put a French lace spin on her beloved bodysuit with ruffly sleeves and ornate pearl, crystal, and glass bead embroidery for Bey, as well as for her backup dancers.
Latex officially has Queen Bey's stamp of approval. She wore a shiny, skintight red bodysuit with pronounced sleeve, pairing it with matching over-the-knee boots.
Reminiscent of her look at the Super Bowl, she donned this military-inspired bodysuit with gold detail, as well as velvety thigh-high, tiger-print boots.
In her hometown Houston, the queen unveiled this heavy metal, bronzed bodysuit. With pronounced, bead-embellished shoulders, shimmering panels, and a bedazzled waist-cinching belt, it's without question the new pièce de résistance of the show.
During her L.A. stop on the tour, she debuted this custom-made, lace-embroidered black jumpsuit with some serious ruffle detail by Balmain.