Fashion Freakouts at Justin Bieber's Believe Tour in Miami

Did you feel that sonic wave burst through the city this weekend? It felt like some kind of tween-wave terror bomb, but it was just the collective scream of every hopeful heart in the tri-county area.

Justin Bieber brought his swaggy self to the American Airlines Arena, and the kids came out in their very best Belieber getups to show some undying love and support.

The Biebz also brought the heat with some super-Miami looks. Check the cut for Crossfade's fashion freakouts from the Believe Tour.

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Matching has been a tween-wave trend since the beginning of time, and there was more than enough twin action going on this weekend. Special points awarded to the super-moms who not only had the shirts made, but wore them and took all the girls out for their big night.

Airbrush, it's not just for honoring the memory of our fallen homies anymore. Janel is making a statement, and that statement is "Justin Bieber probably shouldn't get too close to me because I will have a crying fit." Aww, you're looking supercute, Janel. The Biebz wouldn't be able to resist you.

Nothing is more adorable than two trendy cutie-pies at their first heartthrob show. Well, we can only assume this is their first show. Because, really ... Looks like they've got their custom shirts and special passes on. Someone has the best parents ever.

Is it just us, or might these girls be going to Ultra in these very outfits a few weeks from now? Like, where are the glowsticks? Bieber digs glowsticks, right? Can you imagine how much time they put into that crystal beading? Or maybe some superadorable mom helped out behind the scenes.

There's nothing that screams the creativity of childhood like puffy paint shirt designs. We can still smell that sticky stuff and feel it under our fingers. Kudos to this pair for fitting as many words as possible, in as many directions as they could. That's what the puffy paint game is all about.

But all this matching and Bieber-loving isn't only for the ladies under 16. These hot mamas want to share their love for Bieber too! They're looking perfect in their purple custom tees. And thankfully, they understand the need for glitter and puffy paint decreases with age.

Woah, Justin! Talk about making a dramatic entrance. The Biebz came flying in on some kind of steampunk wings from the future! He's truly an angel on high! WTF, are those subwoofers on the back?

Speaking of angels, here comes another one! A bit less dramatic, but we're sure any girl in the crowd would kill for this kind of white dress. Not to mention being part of the Biebz fantastic production. That's one less lonely girl, alright. And what a beautiful dye job on that hair.

Bieber knew he was in Miami and he dressed to impress. Look at that all-white suit! He's bringing Miami Vice into the 21st century with all the style and flair of the most followed Twitter twat in the world! And we dig the space suits on his backup dancers. Roger that, indeed.

The Biebz, rockin' the gold fingerless gloves and givin' his look some serious attitude. We know he loves Michael Jackson. So this must be his homage to the late King of Pop. And look at this great face that the Biebz is giving as he rips those glasses off his face. He must have seen a hottie in the crowd!

Who was it?

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.