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TAKING A SECOND LOOK AT BEYONCE'S STYLE: SHE CAN DO NO WRONG!


On September 4, 1981 Tina Knowles-Lawson & Mathew Knowles combined DNA to give birth to a queen: Beyonce Giselle Knowles-Carter. In honor of Beyonce's birthday today I’m calling out some of my favorite red carpet & street style looks she’s blessed us with! The queen has went through various style evolutions since she first began her career with Destiny’s Child. From coordinating red carpet looks with Kelly & Michelle to matching with Baby Blue and receiving the CFDA Fashion Icon Award in 2016, she she’s certainly made a mark as one of fashion’s leading ladies.

Not the biggest fan of pink and red combo, but Beyonce sure did change my mind! When she’s not singing & dancing in 4 inch heels of course she’s shutting down the streets of Manhattan wearing Gucci and a smile!

Beyonce looked angelic supporting friend Serena Williams at Wimbledon sporting a white Self Portrait dress with black circle frames & peep toe booties! One of my favorite Bey looks because of it’s effortlessly airy, feminine, & unique vibe.

Rather she’s supporting friends at a tennis match or enjoying Easter with her family Beyonce never fails to slay the streetstyle scene representing all ladies, both single & taken. In this throwback shot Bey serves some serious Sunday Fun-day vibes in a tribal inspired Stella Jean skirt with a green jersey and colorful, fun, embellished heels!

If you follow the Queen on Instagram you’ve gotten a taste of all her pregnancy and post-baby slayage! This off the shoulder white dress, she wore on Easter was one of my favorite baby-bump looks. She accessorized this look with another pair of circle frames & borrowed her sisters “Don’t Touch My Hair” beaded braids for extra edge.

Easter seems to be a favorite for Bey & the family to celebrate with incredible style of course. She wore this Marco de Vincenzo dress with Jay and Blue on a surprise visit to the White House Easter Egg Roll. I love the silhouette and length of this dress. My appreciation of lace always hits its peak in the spring time.

Bey took a pause on the dressy and went super casual with this look. I love the lace top & peek-a-boo bump. Sexy, but super relaxed & casual.

At the Lemonade screening and Parkwood holiday party the queen looked fierce, yet super feminine in this Johanna Ortiz look. I love the double ruffles in the top & skirt & the variation in stripes from head to toe. Though this look is pretty busy it still looks balanced.

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