What Do You Think Of Beyonce's Rocker Chic Boots?

10/03/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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Beyonce stepped out in NYC the other night in platform DSquared2 “Knuckle” boots. These extremely fashion-forward studded boots aren’t for the faint of heart, but Beyonce, who was also named one of People’s Best Dressed Women of 2007, doesn’t have a problem with taking chances. Rihanna, who strutted her stuff at the recent DSquared fashion show, has been spotted around town wearing the exact same pair. We wonder what Jay-Z thinks of their style choices. Tell us: Do you like these boots on Beyonce? Would you wear them?

Want to try a more tamed down version of studded boots? Nina Shoes has a sleek knee-high boot for $450 at Nordstrom.com. Soho lab has an ankle version for $123 at victoriassecret.com. We also love this distressed pair for $180 at hsn.com.

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Sharie on

Nope. Not feeling those boots at all….

Jennifer on

I don’t like them but I do love the dark hair and rest of her outfit :)

tyby on

I’m not feeling the boots at all or the outfit. The jacket is cute. Maybe if she wore a better outfit that coordinated with the boots, the appearance would look better.

Rhianna wore it best.

Ms. Wilson on


Paula on

So agree with the rest: Rihanna wore it best, though i wouldn’t wear something like that.

nan on

I love the boots. “B” is always so stylish and right on point…the Boots are Hot!!!

renae on

You guys have to always bring up something about Rihanna vs Beyonce, don’t you? Oh wow so Rihanna wears the same boots. Their are a million pairs of the boots, it doesn’t mean anything, they both look equally nice wearing the boots. And Jay z is with Beyonce so stop with the coverted assumptions. I don’t think Beyonce is paying any attention to the woman who peopel say is a carbon copy of beyonce and the woman who was modeled after Beyonce by Jay z. Oh please, I see what ur suggesting here and it isn’t working! Beyonce is the better selling artist, Beyonce is the more critically acclaimed artist, Beyonce is the original. and I am just being objective here. It is Beyonce who was the infleucne for Rihanna’s career and I bet they didn’t even see each other wear the same boots. Beyonce is being awarded with an icon award next month, she is going down in history for her trendsetting ways (just look at Rihanna and Amerie and a ghost of others) You trying to let her look bad isn’t going to change that she wil lbe up there amongst thel ikes of Madonna, MJ and Prince. it’s funny how you all brign her name up so much just ot ocmapre other artist with her, if she wasn’t the best why would you compare other artist to her or why do you keep her name in your headlines, even when she lives a quiet simple non partying family lifestyle. Oh well asl ong as the critcs know she is the best, that’s all that’s needed (as if the shoe looks better on one foot over the other)


Yes, Beyonce looks hot and where’s that jacket from? Fiyah! Also, yeah Rihanna wore them, but she was channeling Beyonce’s look from previous months. Rihanna’s career and style is from her Beyonce Play-By-Play Book whereas she’ll never be Beyonce – can’t fake a voice and dance moves. Beyonce has been rocking DSquared since ’02-’03. Please stop with the comparisons – there’s only ONE BEYONCE.


Also, for the Rihanna fans – if we were to pull out all the things Rihanna copied off Beyonce (who wore what first, etc.), we’d be here all day.



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