Beyonce is always a fashion trend setter but she hit a rough patch on the Met Gala's recent red carpet. The music superstar and her famous husband were attending Monday’s Costume Institute Gala Benefit in New York.
The beautiful songbird shocked photographers and spectators when her super snug, major cleavage-baring Pucci gown proved almost impossible to walk in. Not only did Beyonce struggle with walking, she had a hard time posing on the Red Carpet or even turning to the photographers who were only to happy to show their displeasure by screaming loud boos.
USA Today was at the scene of Beyonce's fashion crime and caught the boos and heckling on video which they posted on their site.
Ultimately Beyonce's husband JayZ and a group of helpers had to basically carry the 29-year-old singer up the stairs at the gala fashion event. The fact Beyonce needed help walking up the stairs made the tightness of the gown even more obvious.
Nape Level Coiled Chignon Hairstyle
Unfortunately with all the attention draw to her major cleavage-baring and skin tight gown very little notice was paid to her classic nape level coiled chignon hairstyle which was a perfect complement to her Pucci gown.
Her long blonde hair was pulled tightly back from her face from a precise center part. The chignon was wrapped into a beautiful coil which was positioned just at the nape. Her hairstyle was designed to avoid detracting from the gorgeous Pucci gown. Which may or may not have been a good thing.
Many are wondering if it was appropriate for Beyonce to attend the fashion event in a gown so tight she could barely walk. But others wonder how appropriate it was for the photographers, media and spectators to heckle and boo the superstar.
What's your opinion on Beyonce's fashion statement and the response she received?
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