Beyonce Closes the ‘Formation’ World Tour in a Pair of $120 Boots

Beyonce performs on stage during closing night of
Beyonce performs on stage during closing night of "The Formation World Tour" at MetLife Stadium on October 7, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Larry Busacca/PW/WireImage

We will love these until the end of time! Beyonce wrapped her Formation World Tour on Friday, October 7, in East Rutherford, New Jersey — and of course, she had to do it in style. In addition to bringing out special guests including Serena Williams and Jay Z, Queen Bey rocked quite a few outfits that made Us turn our heads. Among her arsenal of designer costumes from Gucci, Roberto Cavalli, Atsuko Kudo and Givenchy Haute Couture, the Lemonade musician, 35, slayed (all day) in a pair of boots that cost less than $120. Yes, really!

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LFL by Lust for Life Maven boots

Beyonce got her kicks in the LFL by Lust for Life Maven boots that she wore with a massive Gilles Montezin yellow ruffled coat and a DSquared2 Heraldic Embroidered Jacket. Even though the navy blue, knee-length stunners feature a four-inch block heel, the star was still able to dance to songs like “Daddy Lessons” with ease.

The boots weren’t the only drool-worthy accessory she wore during the star-studded night. She also debuted a series of yellow outfits, undoubtedly inspired by Lemonade. The Grammy winner performed “Formation” in a sharp Roberto Cavalli pantsuit and an oversized black sombrero, and rocked a custom lace Balmain jumpsuit that appeared to be dyed from white to a golden hue.

Beyonce performs on stage during closing night of
Beyonce performs on stage during closing night of the Formation World Tour at MetLife Stadium on October 7, 2016 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Larry Busacca/PW/WireImage

In July, costume designer Marni Senofonte dished on the selection process for some of the looks for the tour, which started in April 2016. “The process for designing this tour came from the beginning of the project, which was the movie,” Senofonte said, referring to the Lemonade HBO special. “There was a very antebellum feel to the film. We went back to New Orleans, we had this Victorian street wear.”

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