5 Booties Like Beyonce’s Blindingly Bright Red Booties

April 27, 2011 • By Erika

After a much-needed break in Paris, France, Beyonce and Jay-Z were seen catching a flight back to the US last Tuesday.

Beyonce served up some stylin’ outfits while she and Jay were chillaxin’ in Paris but like the performer that she is, Bey made sure to save a show-stopping attire for last.

Check out Beyonce’s Parisian break finale outfit which Sasha Fierce can only approve of:

Beyonce makes her way through theĀ Charles De Gaulle International Airport in Paris, France on April 25, 2011

Beyonce wore a comfy tank top and cuffed pants for the transatlantic flight but that’s where the casual part ends. Beyonce played up her dressed down attire with bright red lips, bright red nails and a pair of seriously shiny bright red booties!

She also paired her look with a 3,000-dollar Jimmy Choo snakeskin bag, handmade Italian Super Sunglasses and heavy-looking solid gold hoop earrings. This is as casual as Beyonce will ever be or as much as her diva reputation will allow.

So much for a casual and comfy travel outfit!

Red shoes are guaranteed to attract attention no matter where you go and actually, Beyonce’s tank top and cuffed pants is a great outfit to tone the red down. But if you feel comfortable with wearing red shoes with other red clothes and accessories, then do so by all means!

Just make sure to pick a shade of red that’s complementary to your own skin tone. Just like lipstick, one with blue/pink undertones will look great with paler skin tones while one with brown/yellow undertones will work best with warmer skin tones.

Here are 5 booties like Beyonce’s own bright red booties to help you get started with choosing the perfect pair:

  1. Tibi Anastasia Bootie, $395.96 (was $439.95)
  2. Claudia Ciuti Helga Bootie, $357.60 (was $447.00)
  3. Bordello by Pleaser Wink-01 Open Toe Bootie, $74.95
  4. Nina Shostopper Peep Toe Bootie, $85.00 (was $149.95)
  5. Michael Antonio Major Open Toe Ankle Boot, $37.13 (was $67.50)

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