Here's How To Pull Off Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Look

Beauty & Style | 04/25/2016 | 05:00 PM EDT

(Photo: HBO, Parkwood Entertainment, Columbia Records)

Rock this siesta-inspired dress with these three essential guidelines

It’s the dress everyone was talking about this past weekend. The fiesta-inspired, mustard yellow Roberto Cavalli ruffled ensemble that took our breath away in the opening of Beyoncé's Lemonade HBO special.


We can only hope that mass market, trend inspired stores like H&M re-create an inexpensive version of the ruffled chiffon dress Bey shamelessly wore while she smashed car windows and a fire hydrant with a baseball bat. 

And when they do (because we know they will), you can follow these fashion tips on how to rock your own version of the chiffon dress. Just please, please don’t bust any windows. 

 

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First, find the right bra

Be like Bey and let the girls show out, just make sure they don’t spill out. Beyoncé gave us a lot of cleavage, and it was everything. But, if we were to rock this dress down the block, we’d need a tad more coverage. A good plunge bra should do the trick, like this one from Victoria’s Secret.


Then, the right shoes

Heels only. There is just literally no way that you can even think about wearing a dress like this without a striking heel to accompany it. Follow in Bey’s footsteps, and throw on a chunky, summer heel, like this suede platform from Nasty Gal.


Serve that face and hair

Whether you go all glammed with flowing locks or tie your tresses up in a topknot, you want to be sure to have your hair on point. Sun kiss your skin with a good tinted moisturizer, orange blush and a few coats of mascara for natural, glowing face. 
 

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