From leggy little mini-dress to remarkable red carpet gown, Beyoncé has been delivering serious style inspirations. With her intense self-confidence, vibrant taste and toned figure, almost everything she put on works out perfectly. That’s why Beyoncé, the 2016 recipient of the CFDA style icon award, is a style icon in her own right.
We can call a lot of the vocalist’s perfect style moments including dress with significant trains to mosaic-embellished over-the-knee boots and sequined matches. On Sunday, Beyoncé rocked a pair of flatform combat ankle boots once again in her own signature way.
The singer was stepping out for the Made In America Festival in Philadelphia, wearing a head-turning long anorak in bright yellow with a Houston Rockets jersey and blue jeans underneath. Beyoncé brought a little black Off White by Virgil Abloh handbag that had a yellow strap similar to caution tape to match her warm coat.
The high waist jeans were tucked into a pair of tough edgy combat ankle boots featuring floral print, thick flatform bottom with yellow trimming matching the sunny coat. The supreme style queen looked casual chic in the statement attire with 90’s athleisure vibes and grungy twist of the flatform ankle boots. From the flatform to the flower decoration on the upper, there’s no missing out on Beyoncé in these chunky numbers. These boots were certainly made for strutting in style.