Blue Ivy was wearing a pair of golden booties as her mother Beyoncé walked her around Manhattan yesterday.
Tucked up in her Baby Bjorn, two-month-old Blue Ivy was safe and warm as she discovered the streets of the city she’ll soon call home.
The only hint of Beyoncé’s fabulous stage presence were those sparkling shoes which dangled from Blue Ivy’s warm cocoon, hinting at the fabulous outfits to come.
Beyoncé, 30, was fashionable even in the final stages of her pregnancy, so it isn’t a shock that she could turn a baby sling into a sensational accessory.
The singer also took baby Blue Ivy for a stroll around New York City the day before yesterday with her mother, Tina Knowles.
She’s been giving her beloved high heels a rest in recent weeks, and taken to wearing a flattering sort of footwear.
It isn’t easy to stroll in sky-high stilettos, which is why Beyoncé wore a pair of black leather penny loafers for her walk around her neighborhood of TriBeCa on Monday, and a pair of Charlotte Olympia Kitty flats on Tuesday.
On Monday, Beyoncé looked glam in a black tuxedo blazer, enormous gold hoop earring and oversized glamorous shades, and she opted for muted tones on Tuesday, when she stepped out in funky triangle pattern trousers, and though she looked city chic, her best accessory, of course, was her newborn daughter.
Beyoncé gave birth to her little one on January 7 at New York City’s Lenox Hospital, it is the first child for the singer with hip-hop superstar Jay-Z.
Blue Ivy is already following in her famous parents’ footsteps, as well.
At two days old, Blue Ivy’s cries were included on her father’s hit single, Glory.
Blue Ivy officially became the youngest person to ever appear on a Billboard chart when the single debuted at number 74 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.