When it comes to their signature couple style, Beyoncé and JAY-Z need no introduction. When you think of them, you probably think of Beyoncé's bright shoes and wild prints clashing with JAY-graphic Z's sweatshirts, tees, and classic denim on the streets of New York City. You can imagine them on the red carpet, with Beyoncé wearing jaw-dropping, unique masterpieces from Givenchy, Elie Saab, and Versace, and JAY wearing a bow tie to let Beyoncé shine against his black-and-white palette.
From courtside basketball game appearances to music videos that tell a story, Beyoncé has worked closely with stylist and entrepreneur Zerina Akers over the years, developing her wardrobe to portray a person who is conscientious about apparel and the brands she supports. And JAY-Z is virtually always by her side, completing her outfit with his own.
Though the majority of Beyoncé and JAY-ensembles Z's are opulent, they look effortless when they're together and complement one other in a natural way. The wardrobe mastery is evident even while they're onstage, soaking in the limelight and performing their biggest hits. JAY-dazzling, Z's enormous pendant is sometimes all it takes to complement Beyoncé's perfectly constructed silver bodysuit. Nothing beats Beyoncé and JAY-Z when it comes to couple style.
In June 2021, Beyoncé wore David Koma to a Brooklyn Nets vs. Milwaukee Bucks game. The duo had a chain-link courtside moment together.
They were all dressed up in January 2020. Beyoncé attended the Roc Nation Brunch in an Italian designer Francesco Murano gray minidress with Lorraine Schwartz jewels. JAY-Z, on the other hand, chose lavender.
JAY-Z supported Beyoncé at the Lion King UK premiere, for which she wore a custom Cong Tri gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Jimmy Choo heels. They emitted clear regal elegance.
Beyoncé wore Marine Serre's iconic moon print to the NBA playoffs in Houston, TX, in 2019, and JAY sat by her side in a graphic hoodie and Yankees hat.
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