Style File: ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Star Selena Gomez in Alaïa and Prada

Posted on July 13, 2022

She may not have gotten the Emmy nomination a lot of the show’s fans thought she deserved, but Only Murders in the Building star Selena Gomez is out here serving cute lewks and looking like a winner while she promotes her makeup line Rare Beauty.

 

 

 

IN ALAÏA

 

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She is adorably well-suited to this, even if that skirt looks a little tough to pull off, not to mention a little bit too precious for our tastes. Still, we can’t really complain. She looks cute, it mostly suits her, and she’s doing a bangup job of tying herself to the Sephora brand by sticking to its B&W theme. Personally, we think it would be cuter as a dress with a belt, but no one asked us.

 

 

 

IN PRADA

 

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This was definitely a “dress to match the branding” week for her and again, we can’t really get mad at her for pulling it off. That skirt is really cute, although we’re a bit iffy on the blouse paired with it. The colors look great together, but that sort of basic oxford-style blouse doesn’t really sing with such a sassy little skirt. Again, we find ourselves thinking the outfit would look better with a belt. At the very least, loosen that blouse tuck up a little. It’s looking a little shoved-in. Bitchy quibbles aside, she looks really cute in both looks. Love the hair and earrings here.

 

 

 

 

Style Credits:
First Look: Alaïa Checked Top and Skirt | Messika Jewelry | Stuart Weitzman Shoes
Second Look: Prada Green Crêpe de Chine Shirt and Amaranth-and-orange Striped Printed Silk and Wool Skirt | Jennifer Fisher Jewelry | Prada Black Brushed Leather Slingback Pumps

Styled by Kate Young | Hair by Orlando Pita | Makeup by Hung Vanngo

 

[Photo Credit: Kate Young/Instagram/@kateyoung, Courtesy of Prada]

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