Beyonce has been serving fashion goals since the beginning of her Rennaissance tour. In her latest tour stop in Las Vegas, the singer debuted fresh looks worthy of an Oscar.
And per her style, shared her entire ensembles in Las Vegas on Instagram without a caption. The first outfit was a sheer bodysuit with stones along the bodice and thighs paired with a white feather coat.
Beyonce had her hair parted in the center letting it flow down effortlessly down her shoulders and back. For the second look, she looked delectable in a full-body fishnet worn beneath a black PVC bodysuit and garters.
She paired the look with rocked chunky-heeled black boots. The PVC body suit look also featured a black pilot hat with a gold accent and onyx sunglasses covering her hazel eyes. The Las Vegas stop was followed by her Rennaisance tour stop in Arizona.
Beyonce also shared the looks she sported for her Arizona performances which are part of her latest Instagram post shared on Sunday. On her August 24th concert at State Farm Stadium, the singer rocked a chrome-coloured dress with a crossed neckline.
The chrome-coloured dress featured a sparkly, nude, mesh cutout at the bodice that showed off a taut tummy. As usual, her hair was parted at the centre letting it flow down effortlessly down.
Since her Renaissance world tour started in Stockholm, the singer has continued to Canada and the US, starting with shows in Ontario at Rogers Centre and then in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field.
Per Billboard in January, Beyonce will rake in gross approximately $300M but Forbes recently reported that Beyonce may earn more than $2.1 billion from her tour. The site reported that the estimate was ‘based on the number of fans buying tickets at their concerts and high average ticket prices of about $700.’
Brett House, an economist at Columbia Business School, told the New York Times that the ‘Renaissance World Tour’ by Beyonce and the ‘Eras Tour’ by Taylor Swift are apt examples of the ‘revenge spending trend that took hold after the pandemic.’
This simply means that in the post-pandemic world, people shifted ‘spending away from goods and toward experiences.’ Both tours have improved the local economies of their tour stops by millions of dollars.