Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Wear Matching Gold Outfits at Wearable Art Gala

They took mother-daughter matching to the next level.

At last night's (March 17) second annual Wearable Art Gala, people showed up to LA's Alexandria Ballrooms in outfits with the theme "From WACO to Wakanda." Among them were Beyoncé and her daughter Blue Ivy, who took mother-daughter fashion to the next level with matching gold dresses and headpieces.

As noted by Elle, Beyoncé looked like a real queen in a gold headband, long gold earrings, and an elegant sparkly sheer gown with metal bars and a long train. Blue Ivy had a gold headpiece that covered her whole head, along with a puffy gold dress that made her look like a bow on top of a present.

Beyoncé's mom, Tina Knowles Lawson, and stepfather, Richard Lawson, hosted the event, where Beyoncé and her mother-in-law Gloria Carter were both awarded for their charity work. "I feel really full, and I feel really so blessed and fortunate," Beyoncé said as she accepted the award. "In my opinion, the giving is the reward enough. ... The real reason I feel weird to receive this reward for my mother is because I feel I should be giving her an award tonight."

According to a tweet from The Hollywood Reporter's Lindsay Weinberg, the programs contained hand-written letters from Blue Ivy. One read, "For my grandma, I love you. Thank you for creating my Daddy. You make me happy. I want to have a heart as big as yours. Love, Blue." The other said, "For my Mommy, thank you for my brother and sister. Thank you for loving me and Daddy. But most of all, thank you for being you. I love you, Blue."

On top of their outfits, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy have yet another thing in common: They both really love their moms.

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