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Last week, Beyoncé went viral for the side-eye felt around the world, but rather than focusing on the internet pitting a woman against another woman, we’d rather discuss the (*insert fake French accent*) FASHION!

For the NBA Finals game, Zerina Akers styled Queen Bey in a tan and brown look featuring Ricardo Tisci’s Burberry and Alexandre Vauthier. A pair of Italian-made nude sandals completed the look.

But these aren’t just your average brown heels. They are Salone Monet’s Sable heel in the Kyle tone, a four-inch stiletto-heeled slingback sandal. The $395-shoe has a satin upper and leather lining, insole, and outsole. The buckle is also 24-karat gold-plated.

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The motto of Salone Monet, which is named for its “political PR girl” turned entrepreneur designer, is “Nude is not a color,” so the line features a diverse range of nude tones to give heel lovers of all complexions legs for days. According to the brand’s website, “A nude that [complements] your skin tone while elongating your legs sets your personal style atop the pedestal of your choosing. We believe every woman should know the effortless style of a thoughtfully designed nude shoe that highlights her complexion.” 

If stilettos aren’t your vibe, there’s also the Jone ($405), a two-inch kitten heel sling-back with a pointy toe. The shoe features the same elements as the Sable, along with the Signature Salone Monet Recessed Platform.

You know what they say, if it’s good enough for Beyoncé, it’s best for us.