Tina Knowles Models 'Vintage' Destiny's Child's Tour Shirt She Swiped from Daughter Beyoncé's Closet

Knowles shared a photo of her posing in some merch from the group’s 2005 Destiny Fulfilled… and Lovin’ It tour

<p>Frank Micelotta/Getty; Tina Knowles/Instagram</p> Tina Knowles

Frank Micelotta/Getty; Tina Knowles/Instagram

Tina Knowles' rocks Beyoncé's Destiny's Child shirt in new Instagram photo

Beyoncé’s fashion archives have got the one thing Tina Knowles wants — Destiny's Child merchandise.

The Grammy winner most likely has tons of bespoke designer pieces in her wardrobe, but her mom only has eyes for her early aughts band tees.

In an Instagram post shared on April 23, Knowles, 70, confessed that she had snagged a “vintage” Destiny’s Child shirt from her daughter’s closet for a day at the Cécred offices.

The T-shirt features a photo of Beyoncé, Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland, as well as their signatures. It looks the memorabilia is from the R&B trio’s Destiny Fulfilled… and Lovin’ It world tour, which marked their last before the group disbanded in 2006.

Knowles paired it with a long-sleeve shirt underneath, dark-wash jeans and black boots.

“Stole this vintage T-shirt from @beyonce,” Knowles wrote in the caption. “I gave it back though!”

Fans had lots of compliments to throw around in the comment section, with one writing, “Keep it Mama, it looks great on you.” Another fan couldn’t wrap their head around shopping in the Beyoncé’s closet. “Imagine stealing from Beyonce and it being allowed,” someone joked.

<p>Tina Knowles/Instagram</p> Tina Knowles shows support for Destiny's Child in tour shirt stolen from Beyoncé closet

Tina Knowles/Instagram

Tina Knowles shows support for Destiny's Child in tour shirt stolen from Beyoncé closet

Related: Look Back at Destiny's Child Reunions Through the Years

With Knowles teasing the “very Cécred day” she had in the same post, it also has us wondering what Beyoncé’s haircare brand is up to.

The company, of which Knowles is vice chairwoman, launched in February, but it has already been a huge hit within the Beyhive (and beyond).

Cécred debuted with the Foundation collection, an assortment of eight products — shampoo, scalp scrub, mask, conditioner, oil and treatments included — that cleanse, condition and strengthen hair of all textures and types.

Related: Beyoncé’s Haircare Brand Cécred Is Here to Upgrade Your Routine

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When creating her much-awaited haircare line, Beyoncé was inspired by hair rituals from around the world and, of course, her mom, who formerly ran Headliners salon in Houston.

“So much of the fabric of who I am came from her salon,” Beyoncé told Essence. “That’s my foundation—and I think as an artist, so much of my bold experimentation with hair comes from being inspired by art and sculptures; getting creative with braids; figuring out new techniques; and exploring ways to maintain hair growth with protective styles and wigs, while still feeling fabulous. It all stems from my experiences growing up in my mother’s salon.”

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