Selena Gomez has been one of the most talked about celebrities this year. One of the reasons why? Her amazing style! She’s rocked many great looks this year, and we’ve got the details on the clothing she wore!
Check out the top 5 looks below!
Look #1: Cool & Casual
To copy her look, you’ll need these denim overalls from Urban Outfitters. She added extra rips to hers, but the boyfriend shape gives it a cool look in its own right. Her textured tee shirt is from Urban Outfitters as well, and is actually a cropped fuzzy sweater! You’ll look put together without looking like you tried too hard.
Look #2: Luxe Leather
Selena rocked this edgy look at a concert over the summer. She wore an Alexa Chung patent leather minidress, a red Hess tee shirt, and white Gucci sneakers. Get the dress from MeTexas, the tee from Hesperios, and the shoes from SSense.
Look #3: Pretty in PUMA
Selena wore an athleisure look for her Puma “Phenom” campaign that was released a few weeks ago. To get her sporty style, you’ll need PUMA’s signature black Phenom shoes, their red and black leotard and their black velvet jacket. You can grab the leotard from Zappos, the sneakers from Footlocker, and the jacket from Six:02.
Look #4: Back in Black
Selena rocked a sleek black outfit, complete with PUMA’s classic sports bra. You can get it from PUMA.com. The brand also has plenty of leggings and other sporty tops (like her previous look!) so you’ll be sporty and stylish just like Selena!
Look #5: Gingham Girl
As a part of the promotion for her “Fetish” music video, Selena released some photos she shot with her friend, Petra Collins. To go along with the vintage vibe of the single, she wore lots of pretty patterned dresses, like the pretty pink one you see above. Grab her exact gingham dress from HVN.
There you have it: exactly how you can get Selena’s top fashion looks for yourself! Happy shopping!
Kari Highman is a Beauty and Fashion Blogger at Feeling the Vibe Magazine. Otterbein Alum (2017) – English & Psychology. Always learning & creating. Avid fan of mid 2000’s TV & pop music. Comments or tips, email firstname.lastname@example.org