Beyoncé Just Made Head-to-Toe Beige Look Anything But Boring

She's making a strong case for the bolo tie.



Beyoncé's Cowboy Carter era isn't showing any signs of slowing down. Ever since she teased her Western-inflected move into the world of cowboy fashion and her diving boots-first into the world of country music, she's been giving us nothing but 10-gallon hats, giddy-up inspiration, and serving up Westernwear in a way that only the Queen B could pull off. Her latest Instagram carousel shows a 'fit that doesn't give much in terms of color but does give off cowboy vibes in a polished way that's miles away from rhinestones and tassels.



Styled by Shiona Turini, the look was part of Bey's Tokyo promotional tour, which is where she chose to have appearances after the new album dropped. In her latest snapshots, Beyoncé wore a complete Ferragamo look, including a single-breasted tan trench paired with a double-breasted v-neck jacket, giving the layers of beige some texture and depth.

She added a slim-fit shirt and tapered cuffed trousers to the mix — it all came from the storied Italian brand's Spring-Summer 2023 collection — and finished the ensemble with a custom-made patent leather mini HUG clutch in espresso and a cowboy hat. She added a few more details, like a bolo tie with a big turquoise stone and silver statement earrings from 8 Other Reasons, to give another nod to her new aesthetic.

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Beyoncé's parade of Texas-approved 'fits have included a bedazzled suit for Luar's New York Fashion Week presentation, a fringed black leather suit for this year's iHeartRadio Music Awards, and even chaps. In the process of giving us so many looks, the superstar proved that there's a full spectrum of ways to serve up country without leaning too far into monster trucks and creekside fishing getups. Much like she stated in the lead-up to the release of Cowboy Carterwhen she said, "This ain’t a country album, it’s a Beyoncé album," she's proving that there's no set template for country-inspired fashion.



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Ever since Beyoncé decided to release her album, she's sparked conversations about genre and country in general. According to the Associated Press, Black country artists, fans, and various organizations see a shift surrounding the country space.

“There is something to be said about the biggest artist in the world coming home to the genre that ... we all kind of love but never really felt welcome into — it’s really hard to put that to words,” rancher and Houston native Tayhlor Coleman told the outlet. “I was praying then that one day she would make a country album … Beyoncé is more country than a lot of people making country music today.”

Black Opry co-director Tanner Davenport hopes that Beyoncé's country chart-topping new album will expose more listeners to the genre and will lead more people of color to feel welcome.

“I don’t think they have gotten to the point where they feel as safe to be at country shows … the broad listenership in country music is going to be reflected in the streaming world,” he told AP. He adds that the Black Opry is hoping to find ways to capitalize on Beyoncé's momentum so that more curious fans can find spaces “where they can exist and not feel threatened.”

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