The star turned to one of her BFF Taylor Swift’s fave designers, Reem Acra, and she looked premiere perfect! Get a 360 degree view of her stunning gown right here — did you LOVE it as much as we did? VOTE!
Selena Gomez was a vision on the red carpet at the Spring Breakers premiere in LA on Mar. 14, where the star turned up in a glam Reem Acra gown. Since she’s promoting her racy role, we think her more mature get-up was perfectly appropriate for the occasion — and the 20-year-old looked absolutely stunning in the gown.
Her sleeveless frock from the Spring 2013 collection almost gave the illusion of a plunging neckline thanks to the sheer illusion beaded panels at the neckline, sides and back, while the show-stopping shade of red really stole the spotlight on the red carpet. A black Jimmy Choo clutch and Lorraine Schwartz jewels, (including her statement earrings), were paired with her look, while her wavy brown hair was pulled back into an unfinished updo. A glossy red lip really tied the whole ensemble together.
Selena has definitely been dressing more mature lately, and we love the way her style has evolved. The star has successfully managed to look age appropriate yet still oh so chic in a slew of different, high-fashion ensembles while promoting her latest role.
On this occasion she opted for Reem Acra. While Selena has worn the designer before, (both on the purple carpet at the Never Say Never premiere and the 2010 MTV VMAs), the name Taylor Swift is synonymous with the designer. Sure, Taylor may be dressing way more mature in 2013, but prior to her style evolution she loved to flaunt her figure in feminine, embellished, golden dresses by the label. It looks like these BFFs share an affinity for the brand’s feminine gowns!
What do you think of Selena’s latest look? Did you love it as much as we did?
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