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On February 1, Beyoncé broke the internet by announcing her upcoming Renaissance tour, set to take place from May 10 through September 27. Six years after her last tour, Queen Bey is returning to perform her Grammy award-winning album across the globe—her very first solo international tour, believe it or not. 

While the BeyHive is currently preoccupied, scrambling to get their hands on highly coveted tickets, we’ve got the next step covered—putting together album-inspired looks for every type of Bey fan to wear to the Renaissance experience near them. 

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Beyoncé established a distinctive visual identity for this album, from the sheer Alaïa catsuit Beyoncé wore for the “Break My Soul” album artwork, to her crystal-clad breastplate and thong ensemble for her surprise tour announcement. And who could forget the stunning disco-ball cowboy hat Queen Bey donned for the look, which flooded this Etsy shop owner’s virtual storefront with orders from fans who just had to have one too. Whether it’s your first time picking out a concert ensemble or your hundredth—we’ve got an outfit lined up for every member of the BeyHive as they get in formation for the highly anticipated Renaissance tour.

For the crystal-loving Bey fan

Bet you you’ll see stars with this crystal-encrusted top from Retrofete.

Beyoncé’s love for crystals and all things sparkly is no secret, and for an ultra-glam Renaissance experience, you can channel the same aesthetic with the jaw-droppingly gorgeous Retrofete Ava Top. The sheer, crystal-clad top is available in women’s sizes XXS through XL and would look beyond empowering as a free-the-nipple moment. If you want to keep things

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