How To Get Beyonce & Blue Ivy's Denim Jacket Look, So You Can #SLAY Too — PHOTOS

Denim jackets have always been one of our favorite wardrobe staples (they're an easy, stylish update to literally any outfit) but they have officially reached a whole new level of cool after Beyoncé wore a personalized, distressed denim jacket.

On Friday, the superstar Instagrammed a photo of herself in a distressed AKID jean jacket that said "SLAY" on the back in torn up block letters. She paired the jacket with a pink camouflage Ivy Park baseball cap, lip-printed stilettos from Gucci, and a fur Blood + Honey clutch that says, "I Kiss Better Than I Cook." (Does that mean we've finally found something Beyoncé isn't perfect at?!). She was out celebrating the end of her Formation tour at a restaurant and absolutely nailed the I'm-too-cool-for-this-but-still-look-amazing look, as always.

As if we weren't already beyond jealous of Beyoncé's version of the jacket, Bey posted another picture of Blue in a tiny, matching version, which is pretty much the most adorable thing ever to happen on the internet. Blue's jacket is embellished with flower and butterfly patches, which makes it arguably cooler than her mama's version. Sorry, Queen Bey.

Sadly, Bey and Blue's jackets are custom, so the rest of us non-Carters won't be able to snag a version of them for our own.

Slay, girl.

But actually... have you ever seen anything cuter?!

AKID makes a version of the jacket for kids that says "AKID" on the back instead of "SLAY," which is perfect for any mini-fashionistas who want to steal Blue's look.

AKID Distressed Denim Jacket, $99, AKID

For the rest of us grown-up regular sized people, your best bet is to grab a distressed denim jacket and add your own lettering.

Levi's Shibori Repaired Denim Jacket, $99, UrbanOutfitters

Grab some iron on patches and DI-beY your own "SLAY" jacket.

Black Alphabet Iron On Patches, $1, Etsy

Don't forget to study the Knowles' poses and post an Instagram pic wearing your creation, stat.

Images: Beyonce/Instagram; Courtesy of Brands