Both Carter and Wright were both spotted rocking the same ’90s vintage $450 vinyl pouch with matching $875 high-heel sandals.
Wright kept her look classy and sleek, sporting a fuchsia-pink bodysuit and black jeans paired with her Versace open-toe heels. She also added a pop of color to her wardrobe by donning a yellow silk blazer and accessorized her ensemble with an apparent gold watch, drop-chain necklace, oversized hoops and black stunner shades. She also opted for shoulder length waves and ditched her signature back-touching tresses.
The mother of two posted the selfie of herself on Instagram early Tuesday morning and wrote in the caption, “GM sunshine ☀️.”
Meanwhile, her daughter Carter went for a more casual look, sporting a red monokini and silk Versace cropped hoodie retailing for $1,995. She also added her Italian designer pink and blue pouch and matching high heels to the mix. Unlike her mother’s hairstyle, the 20-year-old opted for a slick back, low-hanging ponytail and sported her bare natural face.
She wrote in her Instagram caption on Tuesday, “You don’t worry about fitting in when you custom made 💋.”
The moment between the mother-daughter pair finally came down to who wore their Versace wear best, prompting a mixed reactions from fans.
“They literally both the same person ❤️ but I pick Toya no question..”
“Nae killed her mommy but that’s okay she passed the torch 😩🙌🏽.”
“They both slayed, like mother like daughter, periodt! But I gotta go with Nae!”
“They look like the same person in different outfits they so pretty! 🙌😘.”
Despite their mixed reactions, a preponderance of fans ultimately deemed Wright the winner.
“Reginae you gotta learn from your mom, Wear the brand don’t let the brand wear you! Toya wore it best❤️👏!”
“Mom won hands down. Baby girl betta take better notes 😊📝👌.”
Anyone who knows Wright and Carter know they have an extremely tight-knit bond.
“Reginae and I are very close,” she told Cosmopolitan December 2017. “I’m not only her mother, but her friend. … The advice I would give to any parent is always be open with your children. We have been very blessed!”