Beyoncé shows off her fierce side in a custom leopard-print peplum pencil skirt for a girls night out at the Lorraine Schwartz Christmas party at a karaoke bar.
According to ELLE UK, animal prints have been the one trend that has remained timeless. Making its return as a favorite among many fashionista's is the leopard-print.
Showing it off, Beyoncé ditched the festive look for her latest appearance during a solo night out at jewelry designer, Lorraine Schwartz's holiday party at the Blind Dragon Karaoke bar in West Hollywood.
Proving why the leopard print trend is worth all the rave, the 23-time Grammy winner wore the daring style from head-to-toe in custom Duckie Confetti.
Selected by her stylist Marni Senofonte, they went for a splash of color with a green-toned leopard print in velvet material. The strapless peplum pencil dress was low cut and perfectly showed off her figure.
Beyoncé normally reserves leopard-print for her mind-blowing stage performances. However, she made this look just as eye-catching with matching elbow-length gloves. In an up-close picture she showed off a diamond and green emerald ring.
She finished her look with black patent leather heels, and vintage cat-eye sunglasses. According to Daily Mail, celebrity hairstylist, Neal Farinah helped style her blonde thigh-length box braids.
Her cascading braids did little to hide her statement earrings from Oscar de la Renta. For the Christmas party, she wore a pair of flower drop earrings.
The "Large Impatiens earrings" worn by Beyoncé retail at $436, and are part of the designer's SS19 Resort collection.
According to Marie Claire, Beyoncé did not only turn heads at the party, but she had other celebrities noticing her daring look. In a congratulatory message to the designer, Duckie Confetti, rapper Cardi B gushed:
"Ommmmmmg ... you been doing your thing BUT THIS IS MAJOR !! I’m so hype for you!"
Beyoncé and her mother Tina Knowles speak on stage at the unveiling of the Beyoncé Cosmetology Center, on March 5, 2010, New York City | Source: Getty Images (Photo by Bennett Raglin/WireImage)
Beyoncé and her mother,
, enjoyed a night of music, dancing and karaoke, along with Kelly Rowland, Kim Kardashian, DJ Cassidy, Nelly, and stylist, Ty Hunter.
Page Six reports, Tina took the mic and sang a rendition of Chaka Khan's "I Feel for You," while Beyoncé danced on a couch, as she watched her mother sing.