Wedding dress worn by Beyonce for sale
You can own the dress from Beyonce’s "The Best Thing I Never Had" for a cool $30,000
Sure, she eloped privately in 2008 in a secret wedding to Jay-Z that left the world begging to see pics of her gown (she finally revealed it three years later), but now you can own the wedding dress that Beyonce wore in her wore in her 2011 “Best Thing I Never Had” music video (hey, it’s as close as we’re going to get) for —if you have an endless flow of cash coming in, that is. The Baracci gown, a size four, is now available for purchase via PreOwnedWeddingDresses.com.
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The gown (which is selling for $30,000) is off-white, strapless and covered in hand-sewn Swarovski crystals. But let’s be honest—the coolest part about it is the fact that B wore it herself, even if it wasn’t to her own actual wedding.
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