Blue Ivy got it from her mother.
Beyoncé’s 10-year-old daughter sat on the sidelines of the NBA Finals on Monday, watching the Golden State Warriors take on the Boston Celtics alongside her equally stylish rapper dad, Jay-Z.
Even though Beyoncé didn’t compete for the family basketball date, Blue still continued to represent her superstar mom with her outfit choice.
The mini Ivy Park model wore a “Brown Skin Girl” T-shirt ($30) from the singer’s “Crazy In Love” merch collection.
Blue joined Beyoncé on the Grammy-winning song and even won the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award at the 2019 Soul Train Awards for her contribution to the song.
The mini singer paired her mom’s merch with a leather biker jacket, black sweatpants, tiny sunglasses, giant hoop earrings and sporty Nike Kids dunk low leather sneakers ($130), and wore her hair in gorgeous curls.
Jay-Z, 52, coordinated with his daughter in a black T-shirt and custom sweatpants, along with Puma sneakers.
While she may be much hipper than other kids, Blue is still ashamed of her parents’ behavior. When Jay-Z was caught on camera hugging his daughter, she seemingly asked him to stop saying, “Not my hair.” The “Empire State of Mind” rapper responded by kissing her on the cheek.
And unlike regular kids, Blue met the team after the game. She spent time at the locker rooms saying hello to all-star Stephen Curry.
This wasn’t Blue’s first time on the pitch in style; in March 2020, she played the Lakers vs. Clippers game in a denim jacket with “Blue is my name” on the back, along with expensive Fendi combat boots.
Destiny’s Child may have been an unbeatable trio, but Blue Ivy and Jay-Z are an excellent duo.