Gotta Be Having Déjà Vu

Over the past couple of weeks, sultry songstress Beyoncé has been showcasing her fashionista side on Instagram. In a stream of posts, she can be seen posing in head-to-toe designer that garnered an average of one million likes per photo. Beyoncé was strutting her stuff in fancy threads and accessories handcrafted by famous designers such as: Saint Mojavi, Paciotti, Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, Andrea Wazen, Bottega, Jacquemus, The Attico, Jean Paul Gaultier, Saint Laurent, and more. 

Fans couldn’t help but notice a recurring theme with Beyoncé’s plethora of looks over the course of weeks. Recently, many took to twitter to express their theory that the “Déjà Vu” singer has been recreating the different eras in her career right before our eyes.

“Beyoncé casually recreating her looks from 20+ years ago is the most iconic thing.” A twitter user posted.

Social Media put together a collage of Beyoncé’s past looks and put them side-by-side according to their current day counterparts. The college seemingly deems everyone’s theory’s to be true as the likeness is uncanny.

For instance, on a date night in Italy with her rapper husband Jay-Z, Beyoncé was a new hairstyle that featured bangs, which she last wore in the mid-2010s during her “4” album era. In her Tiffany & Co. promo pticutes, Beyoncé was sporting a feathered updo that was from her iconic”B-Day” album era.

With all of these recreated looks of the Queen and by the Queen herself, What era of Beyoncé was your favorite?

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