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It’s Unreal How Good Beyoncé’s Boobs Look In This Plunging White Top

Beyoncé is getting into formation with the latest shots from her Icy Park campaign. Even modeling ski wear, Queen Bey manages to look smoking hot!

Ahead of the official drop on Feb. 19, Bey took to Instagram wearing a limited edition ski suit that features in the latest Ivy Park x Adidas collection. She looks absolutely fantastic in the white figure-hugging set, which is all about looking fresh on and off the slopes. Do yourself a favor, and snap up some of these pieces the next time you’re planning to shred some powder. (If you can–looks like Icy Park is already sold out!)

Bey’s third athleisure collection with Ivy Park x Adidas, Icy Park is inspired by the slopes. (Makes sense that it’s dropping in the dead of winter, then!) The size-inclusive range features footwear, apparel and cozy accessories that mesh skiwear and streetwear.

The “Single Ladies” singer first unveiled Icy Park in January with a visual of snow-capped mountains. She also tapped A-list heavyweights like Hailey Bieber, rapper Gucci Mane, singer Kaash Paige and model Kyla Coleman to star in the campaign and help spread word of the launch.

And it looks like the rest of the Knowles clan is helping Bey to promote her drop, too! On Feb. 17, Bey’s mom Tina Knowles-Lawson posted a clip of Blue Ivy posing in various Icy Park ensembles.

“My Beautiful grandbaby Blue Ivy looking like a little super model in her Ivy Park,” the proud grandma captioned her photo. “Swing your hair Blue!!!!”

Bey’s promo photos have garnered millions of likes each–and it’s no wonder! At 39 years old, the multi-hyphenate artist looks better than ever.

We’re crossing our fingers some of these pieces come back in stock soon.

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