Beyoncé can not go anywhere without being photographed. With her style and grace it's no wonder she turned heads in New York City this week. During the birthday party of her mother-in-law, Gloria Carter, Bey wore a real showstopper.
Beyoncé's style leads the way in every event Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images for Disney
Beyoncé is impressive. Whether it's a casual business check outfit with a matching hat or a beautiful, flowing skirt that lasts for days, she'll wear it and rock it.
Part of Beyoncé's style has evolved over the years. Post-Destiny's Child, she has upgraded her A-Game. She can wear a simple white ball gown at the Golden Globe Awards or an Emilio Pucci dress at the MET Gala. Give her something to wear and you. Will. Wear. It.
Which outfit turned its head at Gloria Carter's birthday party?
Queen Bey, who wore a slender, half-high ponytail, was accompanied by her mother Tina Knowles and her cousin Angie Beyince. She was wearing a long-sleeved dress with a high neckline and sparkling reflections, posing for a picture with Knowles and Beyince at her side. Each of them wore eye-catching black ensembles that matched Beyonce's siren-red look.
In an Instagram post from Knowles she said:
"I loved hanging out with these two beauties @angiebeyince and @beyonce tonight. We celebrated a lot at Ms. Gloria Carte's spectacular birthday party in NYC. HappyBirthday Gloria, we love you.
What happened at Gloria Carter's birthday party?
Beyoncé has not shared any photos of the event, and it's unclear if she and Jay-Z's 7-year-old daughter Ivy Blue and two-year-old twins Rumi and Sir. "
Beyoncé may take a short photo break. After a series of Halloween cosplay shots in which Beyoncé is disguised as Lisa Bonet (and twins as Cosby Show star and Lenny Kravitz's daughter Zoë Kravitz), she might think that the Internet needs a Bey break. She is wrong.
She not only ruled the live-action version of Nala in The Lion King and the ensuing music, her Netflix documentary Homecoming is a documentary highlighting her record-breaking record Performance as the first black woman at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
The film received six nominations by Creative Arts Emmys in 201