The Beyhive is buzzing in anticipation with the planned Oct. 29 online and Oct. 30 in-store drop of Beyoncé’s latest Adidas X Ivy Park collection, the second one she is releasing.

The line, which includes apparel, accessories and shoes, is one the singer and fashion icon has been teasing on her Instagram page for some time, with different posts on her page showcases different styles in the collection in several colors, including what she described in captions as “ Honey, De-Grassy (Green) and Azure,” which has only continued whetting her fans’ appetites.

Several have taken to Twitter to share their excitement over the collection, with many joking they likely won’t be able to get much, but even the smallest things will be enough.

But how can fans guarantee they’ll be able to score some of the products? Here’s everything we know about the collection and the launch.

More Inclusive Than Ever

After her collection from earlier in the year received some criticism for not having fully inclusive sizes, Beyoncé corrected it for this drop, with Drip 2 reportedly having “more inclusive sizing” and “gender-neutral” aesthetics in the design. E! News reports that sizes of select items can range from XXXS-4X in size, making it easier for fans of all sizes to shop and find something that will look and feel great.

It Is Expected To Sell Out As Quickly As The First Collection

Shortly after the early 2020 Adidas x Ivy Park drop, the collection sold out within minutes. With the buzz circulating around the new collection, many expect the same thing will happen this time around as well.

Where To Purchase

The collection will be available to purchase on a number of websites and retailers, including the Adidas site, Finish Line and Foot Locker.

How Much Will It Cost?

If fans are lucky enough to get part of the collection before it sells out, they will likely find pieces that fit any budget. Women’s Apparel ranges from $40 for the 3-Stripes Crop Tee (Yellow Tint Color, Sizes XS-XL), to a $180 Mesh Jacket (available in XS-XL sizes in both Green Tint and Dark Green Colors). For the Gender Neutral Apparel, options range in price from the $45 3-Stripes Tee (Available in Yellow Tint and Dark Green in Sizes 3XS –4XL) to the $180 Wind Jacket (Available in Dark Green/High-Res Yellow and sizes 3XS-4XL).

As for Accessories, options range from the $25.00 3-pack Logo Socks to the $140 Logo Duffel bag, while shoes are by far the priciest items in the collection overall. The styles go from the $120 Supersleek 72 Shoes (Cloud White/Core Black/Ecru Tint in sizes 5-14.5) to the $200 Ultraboost OG Shoes (Hi-Res Yellow/Hi-Res Yellow/Gum in M4/W5-M14/W15 Sizes).

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