Fans are praising Kamala Harris’ outfit choice for the Beyoncé concert over the weekend. The Vice President of the United States, 58, took to her social media accounts on August 6 to share a photo of her and her husband, Doug Emhoff, wearing their outfits for the concert. The concert, part of Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour, took place at FedEx Field in North Englewood, Maryland.
For the occasion, Harris chose a gold, sequined shirt, white pants, and pointed-toe, gold heels. She accessorized with gold hoop earrings and a matching pendant necklace. Her shoulder-length hair was curled. Emhoff wore a black suit jacket, matching jeans, and a white button-down shirt. He paired his outfit with black and white sneakers.
In her caption, Harris thanked Beyoncé for a fun date night. She also shared another photo of their concert looks on her official VP account, expressing her gratitude to Beyoncé.
Many fans have taken to the comments to praise Harris’ gold shimmering outfit. Actress Mindy Kaling wrote, “This is the best Renaissance look!! Getting inspired!!” Others commented on how stunning Harris looked in gold.
Some fans also celebrated the Vice President and Second Gentleman, who have been married for nearly a decade. They complimented the couple on their sparkling outfits and expressed how happy they looked.
Luxury fashion designer LaQuan Smith shared in a recent interview with Vogue that he made the gold sequined shirt that Harris wore to Beyoncé’s show. He expressed his excitement at dressing powerful and strong women and called the moment of Harris wearing his custom design to Beyoncé’s concert incredible.
Aside from Harris and Emhoff, many other celebrities have been spotted in the audience at Beyoncé’s World Tour, including Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, and Paul McCartney. In June, Tom Holland and Zendaya went viral when they were seen singing “Love On Top” together at Beyoncé’s show in Warsaw, Poland.
The Grammy-Award winner’s show on Sunday was delayed due to lightning in the area. FedEx Field announced a shelter-in-place order, but two hours later, an all-clear was issued, allowing fans to return to their seats. As the concert lasted longer than expected due to the delayed start, Beyoncé reportedly paid $100,000 to keep all 98 Metro stations in Washington, DC, open for an extra hour.