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During this summer, Selena Gomez has surprised with a series of outfits that, more than being in trend, have been a fashion statement. It’s no secret that her capsule wardrobe has the perfect pieces to create endless combinations, but when it comes to the red carpet, her stylistic flair comes to the fore.
The American actress, Selena Gomez, has had a very busy schedule in recent months. Her cosmetic line, Rare, is reaching the expected peak, and her participation in the second season of Only Murders in the Building has given us memorable moments. It’s no secret that premieres have become the perfect stage to display style, and as previously noted, she can outshine the red carpet like no one else knows how to do it, and this time she paraded like a Hollywood diva.
To meet her leading role in the Only Murders in the Building series, the businesswoman has chosen a series of summer dresses to take into consideration this and future seasons. First, she emphasized shirt dresses, the hybrid between elegance and comfort that seduces the best dressed. Then, she reminded us of the best of Lady Di’s revenge dress with an emerald green design, and her appearance in a Prada floral model had us dreaming big. However, her last choice is the one that brings us here, as she rewrote the current codes.
Wearing a sequin dress like Selena Gomez?
For the premiere of the second season of Only Murders in the Building at the DGA Theater Complex in Los Angeles, the figure of Pop succumbed to one of the most elegant glitter dresses. It is a design signed by Michael Kors, a piece that transported us to the Greek aesthetic. Asymmetrical neckline with gathered and cut-out detail at the waist, is ideal to achieve that flattering visual effect, especially if the silhouette is an inverted triangle or rectangle.
The maxi-length dress has a deep opening, that small and great detail that the muses of the cinema bet on at all times since it releases stylization, sensuality, and sophistication. The look was in charge of her head stylist, Kate Young, who completed the garment with sandals with thin straps in silver. The accessories were key, subtle earrings from Effy Jewelry. To give it that Hollywood effect, she chose a voluminous, swept-back hairstyle with a medium ponytail, a favorite of Anne Hathaway. To finish, she highlighted a bit of drama in her eyes with a cat-eye effect.