Beyonce Wears Versace — We Want Her Print-tastic Post-Baby Wardrobe!

For every new mummy, taking care of your little one while juggling a hectic lifestyle can be tricky so your style choices can easily take the back seat. But bootilicious Beyonce has nailed a post-baby wardrobe formula that has us enthralled and it all starts with a print. After giving us a rule book for maternity wear, the songstress has continued her fashion prowess since the birth of baby Blue Ivy Carter in January.

Most recently, Bey was spotted out and about in NYC wearing a Versace printed silk shirt with black shorts, fedora hat and loafers. See, she still looks every inch the sexy singer! And a pair of kooky black round sunnies (which she works with nearly every ensemble) add a cool edge to an off-duty outfit.

Carrying around her new arrival has also been playing a key role in creating her hot-mama looks. Tribal printed shawls and matching block colour blankets have been the focus of Queen B's most recent looks. And then there are the leopard print harems and her vibrant printed maxi skirt - two very different looks created by using the same style trick.

Making a bold print the focus of your look is an effortless way to make a statement that’s fuss free, so we recommend taking a cue from Beyonce's laidback but funky style (gawp through the gallery above) then shop her look below...

Beyonce Wears Versace — We Want Her Print-tastic Post-Baby Wardrobe!

Green silk trousers, £470, Tibi at Net-a-porter
Silk shirt, approx £126, Equipment
Paisley pencil skirt, £1540, Jil Sander Net-a-porter
Blue sandal, £29.99, Zara
Round sunglasses, £12, Asos
Bag, approx £472, Alexander Wang
Black top, £60, Splendid at Net-a-porter
Black fedora, £40, Christies



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