Even though the Beyoncé concert was on a Monday night, her fans still used the opportunity to dress up for the occasion as it were a weekend outing. The long lines that snaked around the Toyota Center gave people watchers plenty of opportunity to scout out the latest concert fashion.
The singer's fans, predominately women between the ages of 20 and 35 who relate to her strong message of female empowerment , showed up in a variety of styles. They wore Daisy Dukes and stillettos, flowing maxi-dresses, short bandage dresses, sparkly minis and boy shorts with spangly tops. One thing there wasn't much of: Traditional denim jeans. A Beyoncé concert involves a more stylish look that that.
Photographer Chinh Phan roamed the area around the Toyota Center and snapped these looks.
Ronnie Walker, from left, Lanette Byler, Chris Lofton, McKaylie Phillips and Brenna Byler
Alex Evans, in a burgundy mini-dress and Jordan Evans, in camouflage shirt and black fingerless gloves
Kassie Ragin, left, and Allison Vasquez dressed up for the occasion.
Clarissa Johnson, left, and Amber Ray reflect some of the season's trends — stripes and shimmery orange colors.
Surraya Minhas, from left, Rivers Rice, Amanda Carpenter and Megan Coody
Taylor Leonard, left, and Taylor Perry in perfect summertime looks.
Angel Prichard, from left, Raquel Jones and Janaye Penn
Marlie Pieternelle, from left, Sydney Anderson, Logan Anderson and Morgan Robinson
Alexis Morrow, left, and Ariel Parra
Marcques Bridges, from left, Whitney Black, Natasha Hawkins and Jermaine Phillips
Vincent Ball and Kursten Bell
Denise Ross, from left, Aleen Elsaadi and Aya Elsaadi
Long lines snaked around the Toyota Center.
Shon Otteridge, from left, Talea Willingham, Ashley Small and Dee Brown
Danielle Foley, from left, Carrie Carson, Melissa Easton and Bo Boyd
Jillian "J.J." Simmons and K.G. Smooth
Amy Duffel, from left, Anna Radley, Bailey Radley, Whitney Radley and Sarah Altemus
Andre Thomas and Leah Payne