At the 2022 Oscars, Beyoncé wears 400 carats of jewels and a $4K tennis ball bag.

On Sunday, March 27, Beyoncé debuted two stunning tennis-themed ensembles at the 2022 Academy Awards, both of which were dripping in diamonds.

The chart-topper wore a custom David Koma dress in the shade of a tennis ball and was joined by daughter Blue Ivy, 10, to open the program with a performance of “Be Alive,” her Oscar-nominated song from “King Richard.”

The 40-year-old singer accessorized her translucent, feather-trimmed gown with matching gloves and lime Amina Muaddi “Karma” shoes ($1,345).

Lorraine Schwartz, her longtime jeweler, added 150 carats of diamond bracelets and two diamond rings — a 50-carat emerald-cut bauble and a 20-carat cushion-cut sparkler — to her ensemble.

Schwartz’s giant green gemstone earrings completed the look.

The “Single Ladies” artist wore a glittering rhinestone garter while singing at the same Compton court where Serena and Venus Williams used to practice.

Beyoncé wore a Valentino Haute Couture gown and accompanying cape in vibrant fluorescent yellow for the Oscars ceremony, taking inspiration from the sport.

Beyonce yellow dress

But the real stars of the show were her Lorraine Schwartz earrings, weighing in at a whopping 150 carats.

The jaw-dropping statement pair featured seven rows of dripping diamonds reaching to the Oscar nominee’s shoulders; Queen B upped the glam factor further by slipping a 35-carat ring, also by Schwartz, over her yellow opera gloves.

Sticking with her chosen theme, the “Halo” singer carried a sold-out $3,995 Judith Lieber clutch shaped like a tennis ball, which she showed off in a fun Instagram snap en route to the afterparty.

Although she didn’t win for Best Original Song, the star joined husband Jay-Z, 52, at his afterparty at Chateau Marmont with the likes of Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, Emily Ratajkowski, Zoë Kravitz and more.

Game, set, match: We have a serious style win.

Jay-Z and Beyonce

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