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Beyonce’s Sexy Sweater Dress: 3 Ways You Can Rock The Transitional Trend

Wed, July 22, 2015 12:58pm EDT by 1 Comment
Beyonce Nude Dress

Beyonce was spotted in NYC on July 22, rocking a seriously sexy tight knit dress. We haven’t seen Bey in an outfit like this in quite a long time and we love the transitional piece. You can shop for three different ways to rock this trend here.

Beyonce, 33, was spotted arriving at her NYC office wearing a nude thigh-high slit dress, on July 22. We were shocked to see her in something so monochromatic, as she is always decked out in bright colors, but we love this neutral look on her and you can shop for three different styles to try this fun transitional trend. Sweater dresses are totally taking over, and it’s definitely not too early to try the trend!

Bey is known for her bright, mix and match style, so we did a double take when we saw her in this nude dress. She can pull off any look though, so obviously she killed it in this dress and looked fabulous.

Beyonce looked stunning in the SELF-PORTRAIT Plunging Ribbed-Knit Dress and it hugged her curvaceous body like a glove. Not only did it have a plunging neckline that showed off amazing cleavage, it had a gaping slit on the thigh, putting Bey’s famous toned legs on display. She paired the look with nude ankle strap sandals and a nude purse.

Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Did Beyonce just rip a page out of Kim Kardashian’s style book? I think so. This look is so Kim K, we’re pretty sure we’ve even seen something similar on her.

That’s besides the point, because Beyonce looks drop-dead-gorgeous in the piece and you can also try this transitional trend. It is the perfect silhouette that it’ll keep you stylin’ as you move into fall from summer. The lightweight material is perfect for a cool summer night. Try it with ankle strap sandals like Bey, or try it with a pair of booties or sneakers, for a more dressed down look as season’s change.

What do you guys think of Beyonce’s dress? Would you try this transitional trend?

— Olivia Elgart