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Beyoncé Stuns in a Sheer Charlotte Knowles Look

Beyoncé posted another fashion moment on Instagram, so it’s obviously time to stop your entire day. She’s wearing sheer bubblegum pink pants and a matching swimsuit-style bustier all by Charlotte Knowles (no relation!).

Here it is:

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She paired it with dangling earrings:

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She finished the look off with some gold-tip nails and carried an orange leather Medea handbag:

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This spring, Bey has served us several incredible looks. Nature is healing.

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The 2021 Grammys might have been her best sartorial moment, though. Following the ceremony, she changed into a silver Burberry gown and turban with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry for dinner with her husband, Jay-Z.

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During this pandemic, Beyoncé has done a lot more than contribute some stunning looks to the internet (though we do thank her for that). During her speech at YouTube’s “Dear Class of 2020” virtual event, she delivered a message to the graduates that highlighted the importance of activism, especially following the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many more Black lives who inspired last year’s Black Lives Matter protests across the world.

She said, in part:

“One of the main purposes of my art for many years has been dedicated to showing the beauty of Black people to the world: Our history, our profundity, and the value of Black lives. I’ve tried my best to pull down the veil of appeasement to those who may feel uncomfortable with our excellence. To the young women, our future leaders, know that you’re about to make the world turn. I see you. You are everything the world needs. Make those power moves; be excellent. And to the young kings: Lean into your vulnerability and redefine masculinity. Lead with heart. There are so many different ways to be brilliant. I believe you and every human being is born with a masterful gift. Don’t make the world make you feel that you have to look a certain way to be brilliant. And no, you don’t have to speak a certain way to be brilliant, but you do have to spread your gift around the planet in a way that is authentically you. To all those who feel different: If you’re part of a group that is called other,’ a group that does not get the chance to be center stage, build your own stage, and make them see you.”

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