There’s just no stopping Selena! Adidas NEO launched the new Spring/Summer Selena Gomez campaign and we are loving the gear — not only does it look amazing but we were thrilled to find out that it is totally affordable, too! Want her look? SHOP it now!
Selena Gomez, 22, is working on a movie, she just released a new single, and her Spring/Sumer adidas NEO campaign has arrived! Not only are these clothes super cute, but they’re budget-friendly too! SHOP her collection right here.
Selena Gomez’s Adidas NEO Collection Spring 2015 — SHOP The Look:
We are loving Selena’s new “City Life” collection! Inspired by the glam sportswear look, these pieces make looking chic while dressing for comfort easier than ever. Best of all, they’re totally affordable with the Selena Gomez Satin Bomber Jacket and the cute mesh-inserted Sweatshirt for just $40!
We especially can’t wait for the blurred flower print tracksuit to be released,
Selena Gomez’s Spring/Summer Ad
Along with her gorgeous photos that show her modeling the collection, Selena also released a video showing the glamorous sportswear in action.
The short flick features the singer living it up, penthouse style, in a cute cropped hoodie with jeans while rocking her signature floral-print on a satin Adidas bomber jacket and getting cozy in her fashionable sweatshirt and cool mesh leggings. The collection also includes some pretty nice kicks and colorful accessories.
Here’s what Selena had to say about the collection: “I am very happy with my new adidas NEO Label collection. The color pops and blurred flower graphics are a great spring look. The collection bridges sportswear and street wear, but still manages to incorporate modern silhouettes like the cropped hoodie or higher waisted denim. The pieces in this collection are absolute seasonal must-haves,” she said.
This fairly priced collection is definitely worth it, and we think it’s awesome that Selena’s independent ventures are going so well! What do you think of the collection? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
— Kindra Bailey