Hot Mama! Beyonce Snuggles Blue Ivy in Faux Fur Sling?
First Beyoncé incited envy when she managed the ultimate in pregnancy — sky-high heels, sequin minidresses, the works — and now the new mom is even making baby-carrying a fashionable sport. It never ends, folks!
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All gray with a touch of bright yellow? Beyonce's effortlessly chic style is commendable. (Are we crushing too hard?)
Beyoncé was photographed in New York on Tuesday carrying her precious 3-month-old baby Blue Ivy Carter while wearing bright yellow pumps, round shades, and a chic, monochromatic gray ensemble, featuring what looks like a faux-fur sling. (Baby Bjorn? Please, not for megastars...). As previously reported, the singer has plans to pursue a sexy maternity line, but perhaps she should consider a post-baby collection as well?
Photo: Tom Meinelt-jason Winslow / Splash News
Making motherhood look easy: Beyonce and daughter Blue Ivy show New York City how it's done.
As for the little one, don't worry about her. Blue Ivy was recently spotted in metallic Marc Jacobs flats ($66). And oh yeah, she already made her debut on dad Jay-Z's Billboard-topping track "Glory."
What do you think of Beyoncé's style? Are you a fan?
Rina Raphael is a TODAY.com editor who can barely dress herself most mornings, despite not having a baby or a singing career.
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