September 4th not only marks the beginning of NYFW, it also happens to be, diva-extraordinaire, Beyonce’s birthday! As a salute to Queen Bey we are taking a look at some of our favorite outfits from her concerts. She happens to love Swarovski and lace almost as much as we do!
Leather and lace met when Beyonce performed at the Superbowl with this fierce black body suit.
Beyonce kept it vibrant with a fun crochet and fringe minidress.
Keeping it classy across the pond, Beyonce opted for a sparkling, green gown for the 2014 BRITs.
Staying on the sequin train, she lit up the night with this incredible gold top!
It takes a lot of confidence for stars to don some of their concert looks. Although they may not be street style appropriate, there are many aspiring singers and entertainers looking to replicate these looks without the heavy price tag. These outfits are created with the intention of being noticed from all angles of a venue hence the over the top accents. We felt it was our duty to show you how to rock some of the greatest stage looks we’ve seen on our favorite leading ladies. Stop in and check out M&J we have everything from sequined trims to feathered accents. We can’t wait to see you here!
Shoulder Accessories are the new thing this year. They’ve been spotted all over magazines, even on some celebs like Brandon Flowers from The Killers and Natalie Portman and our favorite Beyonce in Lady Gaga’s Telephone music video. These new trend accessories can be worn atop of peacoats, blazers, shirts, even on with a strapless dress for a fun, dramatic and lively look.
DIY Shoulder accessory
Step1: Sew beaded appliqué the front of the top corner of feather patch.
Step2: Cut half a yard of the chain and leave to the side
Step3: Loop the remaining 2yards of chain twice. Sew the chain to the back upper corner of the feather patch
Step4: Take the half yard of the remaining chain and cut it into 5 or 4 small pieces. Sew each small chain to the back of the Beaded Appliqué next to the goldish rustic chains.
Step5: Outline the back feather patch (the fabric holding the feathers together) onto scrap fabric, then cut.
Step6: Hot glue cut out fabric to the back of the feather patch, for a finishing touch.