06 February 2013 by

We Can't Wait For The Mrs. Carter Tour! Here's Beyonce's Top 7 Most Iconic Stage Outfits

After a triumphant performance at the Superbowl which saw Beyonce announce her upcoming Mrs. Carter tour we can't help but wonder, what the heck is Bey going to wear on stage next?! We've already seen the amazing 18th century-alike Mugler outfit that's been doing the rounds, but does this mean we've got a French Revolution theme on our hands for the tour? Or, after wearing little-know designer Rubin Singer's leather creation on stage at the Superbowl, is she going to champion new designers? Either way we absolutely positively-lutely can not wait. We're hoping for sparkles, leotards and massive lioness-mane hair. Let's take a look at her most iconic stage outfits for inspiration.

1. The Superbowl

Rubin Singer's leather and lace contraption wowed the world at the Superbowl.

beyonce superbowl

2. The Inauguration

Lip syncing, lip schmyncing. Bey looked fabulous in this Pucci number and that's all that matters.

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3. Glastonbury

Gold sequined jackets aren't normally the order of the day at Glastonbury but this Alexandre Vauthier number fitted in just fine. Plus, we can't spot one splatter of mud anywhere on her, which, as anyone who's been to Glasto knows, is quite an acheivement! We looked like swamp monsters by this point.

4. Good Morning America

Crocheted and sunny yellow by Julien MacDonald. Loving the hair too. Good morning indeed.

5. MTV Video Music Awards

Bey handled that pregnancy reveal in a Dolce & Gabbana sequinned tuxedo jacket.

6. MTV Video Music Awards

Pregnancy bump reveal number two! Not strictly a stage outfit but, so this Lanvin dress is just so fabulous, we couldn't leave it out.

7. Revel Casino Opening

At the opening of the Revel Casino she wore this gorgeous Ralph And Russo two piece.

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By Jess Commons and Briana Millett


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