Beyoncé kicked off her highly anticipated Formation World Tour in Miami Wednesday night and as expected, she suited up appropriately (and literally).
The queen slayed in exclusively bodysuits that matched her backup dancers. Her five looks included playful prints, latex, sky high boots, a regal custom costume by Roberto Cavalli, one huge hat and more. This particularly intricate, lacy white number merged two fashion powerhouses, Bey and Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing:
"The Balmain army becomes the Beyoncé army. I love it when my couture meets music," he told WWD.
Much speculation has surrounded all aspects of the tour since it was announced in February, and fans were certainly not disappointed.
The two-hour show included songs from her much buzzed-about new album "Lemonade," as well as the classics. Bey even brought two of the luckiest people on earth fans on stage to help her perform "Single Ladies."
But aside from the sheer entertainment value, Bey really knocked it out of the park in her costume changes. We haven't been this excited about her outfits since, well, Saturday, seeing that yellow dress from "Lemonade."
Case in point: this red, ruffled latex number.
Not to mention the hat to end all hats:
Here's to many more months of Beyoncé, bodysuits and Balmain.