November 24, 2017 12:45 PM

On Thursday, Beyoncé didn’t wish her fans a happy Thanksgiving — she wished them a happy Thiccsgiving.

In honor of the day of plenty, the mother of three shared a trio of photos of her stylish outfit of the day: a white turtleneck, a belted cream-colored jacket and blue jeans, which she accessorized with white sunglasses and a grey snakeskin-print purse.

While the Queen Bey did not choose to caption these photos on social media, on her website she shared them alongside the message: “Happy Thiccsgiving.”

And Beyoncé clearly took her own advice, because on her website she also shared a photo of herself in the same outfit with one minor adjustment: instead of the turtleneck she wore a sweatshirt which read “Have a Thicc Holiday.”

Beyonce Instagram
Beyonce Instagram
Beyonce Instagram

And if you want to be just like Beyoncé (and who doesn’t), you can purchase your very own “Have a Thicc Holiday” sweatshirt from the singer’s website for $55.

The festive merchandise is part of Bey’s brand new holiday capsule collection, which was released just in time for Black Friday.

While last year was all Lemonade-themed clothing, Santa Bey’s 2017 line contains much more subtle, but still stylish expressions instead of those traditional Christmastime phrases.

For $40, you can forever wear the December 2016 portrait of Beyoncé throwing up a peace sign and wearing reindeer ears. (On the back the phrase “Holidayoncé” is screenprinted!) Of course, fans will remember this was one of the hidden clues she gave months before she publicly announced she was pregnant with twins Rumi and Sir.

Other sweaters include a $45 bright red sweater printed with the lyrics of Beyoncé and husband JAY-Z’s lyrics — “Shinin’ Shinin’ Shinin’ Shinin’” — and a “Sis the Season” black sweater for $40.

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The 22-time Grammy winner also has your Christmas tree in mind.

There’s even satin ornaments to match any collection piece, including “Yoncé” and “Slay Bells” satin ball ornaments and a bee enamel ornament (each for $12).

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