Queen B’s had more outfit changes than we’ve had hot dinners and she’s the yummiest celebrity mummy on the block. But her style hasn’t always been booty-licious.
In the words of Craig David, let’s re-e-wind.
Back in 2003, Beyonce was just a member (all be it clearly the bestest one) of Destiny’s Child. And their destiny wasn’t always particularly, um, ‘on trend’.
We imagine a stylist had the brief “Wimbledon on acid” when she came up with these outfits. Hey Bey, nice beret!
And then Beyonce decided to ditch the other two and go it alone.
Which meant a trip to Coast for a floaty, chiffon floral number, Pat Butcher ear-rings and some white stilettos Amy Childs would be proud of.
A straight-haired, solo Beyonce also favoured the pastel, one-shoulder lycra number, a style often worn by soap stars on the red carpet.
She still looks super hot though. Not even ruched purple fabric can keep this woman down.
Don’t worry, by the way, things get better soon.
Eventually though, Beyonce discovered a way to maximise those va-va-voom curves of hers. And the world swooned.
Here she is in 2007. One word: ‘eye-popping’. No it’s not two words. Shut up.
And now we’re getting into the Golden years of Beyonce outfits. Hurrah!
Here she is at Glasto 2011 in a gold sparkly jacket (and not much else).
Wearers of hot-pants said “Kylie, who?”
And proving she can do ‘off-duty chic’ just as well as red carpet glamour, here’s Ms Knowles rocking leopard print trousers, a trilby and fluro-heels (of course) at a basketball game with hubby Jay Z. Who’s tickling her chin in approval.
We love how a boy is yawning in the background. BEYONCE is in front of you?! How can you possibly be bored?!
And completing her life (so far) in style, here’s Bey at the Met Gala (the big fashiony awards thingy) last week.
It’s part your gran’s net curtains, part car-wash. And only Beyonce could wear it and still look awesome.
Don’t try this at home, kids.