We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Beyonce’s maternity wardrobe had us enthralled. From those sparkly blazers to the floaty maxi dresses, we couldn’t get enough of her bump-tastic style. And now that she’s given birth to her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, the hits just keep on coming.
Grazia Daily admits to being equally fascinated by the bootilicious star’s post-baby wardrobe as she trots around New York City in an array of mummy-appropriate-yet-utterly-chic outfits. Yep, we’re happy to report that despite being a new parent, Bey’s not let her style slip one little bit.
Take the jaw-dropping red ruched frock, that bright yellow blazer, the sequinned Monique Lhuillier number and those Isabel Marant must-have wedged sneakers as mere examples. All the while, Beyonce’s made the most of her new addition, keeping little Blue fashionably swaddled in an ALICE by Alice Temperley scarf or turning a baby sling into a must-have accessory.
Earlier this week, the 30-year-old was spotted out and about with Tina Knowles – her mother and design partner – looking typically funky in a black blazer and cropped trousers covered in a black and yellow pyramid print by Easton Pearson, teamed with comfy loafers, enormous hoop earrings, a black fedora and Olsen-inspired round sunnies.
But the singer’s latest look has to be the cutest yet. Wearing a spring-like ensemble, Beyoncé happily took her two-month old daughter for a stroll in the Big Apple yesterday. Her outfit consisted of a dusty pink blazer over a baggy shirt with rolled-up jeans – and the cutest part? Beyonce and Blue were wearing matching pumps!
While Mummy B followed in the fashionable footsteps of Alexa Chung with Charlotte Olympia's leopard-print kitty flats, Daughter B followed in HER fashionable footsteps by sporting a pair of diddy mouse slippers by Little Marc Jacobs. Talk about a mini fashionista in the making! Here’s hoping there’s more fabulous matchy-matchy-ness to come. Stay tuned, fash fans…
Take a scroll through the gallery above to see Beyonce’s post-baby style so far.