- Tina Knowles recently stunned fans with a throwback photo of herself
- The mother of pop star Beyoncé proved she has always been big on fashion
- In the photo, she is seen wearing an animal print jumpsuit as she poses on a couch
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Celebrity sisters and singers, Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, may be considered style icons of their time but there is no denying they got it from their mother.
In a recent Instagram post Tina Knowles took fans all the way back to the past when she used to own a hair salon with a single photo.
The photo, which, according to Tina’s post, was taken in her hair salon, shows a much younger Tina lounging on a couch, dressed in an animal print jumpsuit, rocking a pin-up look.
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The elegance in the photo could have anyone believing the photo was from a cover page of a magazine.
Tina, who revealed she loved animal prints, stated that her daughters did not share in that love as they hated it when she rocked the look.
However, this is no longer the case as Beyoncé on several occasions has rocked prints and so has her sister, Solange.
Going through Tina’s Instagram page, it is pretty obvious that it is a source of epic throwback pictures.
Great style runs in the family, and the mother of fashion icons Beyoncé and Solange has always been chic.
Knowles is known to post old school photos from the days of Destiny’s Child and her time as a hairstylist in Houston.
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Meanwhile, Beyoncé has been grilled on social media for not promoting Savage - Meghan Thee Stallion's song that she features in.
Earlier on Friday, the singer took to Instagram to promote the music video of Bailey sisters, Chloe x Halle's track titled Do It.
Some of the Drunk In Love hitmaker's fans quickly went into interrogation mode and grilled her for not promoting her own song with Meghan.
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