Selena Gomez has been busy promoting her cosmetics line Rare Beauty this past week, in both Sephora and Space NK, where she has been celebrating the launch of her new Kind Words lipsticks.
Back in June she served up vampy glamour in Santa Monica, but since traveling to Europe, her summery style has come out to play.
Starting in Paris on Friday (July 8), the actress wore an Alaïa houndstooth black and white crop top and mini skirt which I love for the youthful appeal and flirtatious, feminine silhouette.
The look was styled with an Alaïa Le Cour heart-shaped bag, Stuart Weitzman white pumps, and Messika jewelry.
Opting for the same fit and flare aesthetic she gave us in Paris, on Monday (July 11), Selena’s Sephora look in Milan was courtesy of Prada.
I’m sure you knew this instantly on account of the signature triangle plaque on the blouse, and the Prada stripes which are firmly back on trend, and will continue to make its way back onto the red carpet methinks.
Do I think the blouse and skirt go well together?
Not really, but that didn’t stop me from enjoying the playful nature of this look.
We’ve had too many mature looks from Selena recently, that I’m going to embrace this moment, even if I feel that this look could’ve been styled with a better pair of shoes.
Yesterday (July 12), the actress was in London, and since we don’t have a Sephora (much to my disappointment), Selena promoted her Rare Beauty line at Space NK Kings Cross.
While I adore the lemon shade of this Victor Glemaud scoop-neck long-sleeve mini dress, I wasn’t entirely sold on the fit of the dress.
But having seen the dress on the model, it appears that the width of the scoop neckline is perhaps a little too wide.
Sparkling sandals and Jennifer Fisher gold Baby Kevin hoops completed her look.
If there was a theme, it feels like there was definitely a hint of the ‘60s.
If it wasn’t evident in the outfit, it most definitely transpired into her hairstyles.
Which look stands out for you the most?
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