On this day in 1981, a Queen Bey was born.
Superstar Beyonce celebrates her 35th birthday on Sunday. For some-more than 20 years, a fashionista has been murdering it on theatre and on a red carpet, building a character that has truly come into formation over time.
The former Destiny’s Child organisation leader’s shoes character has left from wearing designs by her mother, Tina Knowles, to rocking oppulance labels — bearing Christian Louboutin and Stuart Weitzman for a stage, and designers such as Giuseppe Zanotti, Saint Laurent and Manolo Blahnik for other special occasions.
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On Friday, a hitmaker enjoyed an tour with her 4-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, and stepped out in dual stylish styles.
While holding their pet dog out for a walk, Beyonce opted for a span of bullion Giuseppe Zanotti T-strap sandals that featured bullion round embellishments and skinny straps around a ankle, that some character experts have pronounced creates a graceful conformation that elongates a ankles.
Earlier in a day she had on a span of Nicholas Kirkwood’s Suzy graffiti crowd sandals that featured an open toe, crossover straps around a front and a floral imitation settlement that enclosed blue swirly graffiti designs.
Last week she achieved in custom-made Christian Louboutin heels for a opening during a MTV Video Music Awards — where she took 8 Moonman statues, and days progressing she stepped out in Saint Laurent sandals with father Jay Z for a “Hands of Stone” premiere in New York City.
Below, click a gallery to see some of Beyoncé’s best shoe style moments.