Beyoncé and Adidas’ Valentine’s Day Ivy Park Sneaker Is Incredibly Pink

Beyoncé is wearing all her #IvyHeart this Valentine’s Day. Just in time for everyone’s favorite holiday, Queen Bey is gifting the hive with a collection of Ivy Park footwear and apparel.

Feel in Ivy Park — At the center of the collection is a bright pink Adidas UltraBoost sneaker. It comes in a similar color scheme to Nike’s Valentine’s Day Air Force 1, but features the same design principle as previous Ivy Park UltraBoosts. White and hot pink speckled laces are secured with a locking cord and mirror the rolled up lace heel tab. A larger, removable clip-on heel tag with “Ivy Park” spelled in pastel pink and alternating “Ivy” and “Park” on each toe serves as branding.


Perhaps the most experimental shoe is an Adidas Superstar Mule. Half of the shoe has the silhouette of the Superstar sneaker, but the toe and heel are all Mule. Maybe it was made for those guys who just can’t ditch their sneakers on date night. A pair of bright red platform slides also make an appearance, made with molded insoles for added comfort.

The Adidas Stan Smith sneaker looks like a marshmallow or a piece of caramel-covered white chocolate – Beyoncé’s favorite cute snack, perhaps? The upper is white leather with elongated side panels that protrude past the lacing system, while the slightly translucent caramel-colored soles give it that drenched effect. When the pair is side by side, the outsoles create a full heart.

Dressed in tan shades with red accents, Adidas’ Savage V4 sneaker is back this year after debuting during the 2021 holiday season. Ivy Park branding is stamped on the heel and plenty of overlays set it apart. of the collection.

A gift from Queen Bey herself — The clothes will certainly accompany the shoes before their official release next month on the Adidas site. Get one or all five sneakers from the Ivy Park Valentine’s Day collection for your sweetheart. After all, gifting sneakers these days is almost like putting a ring on them.

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