Selena Gomez Is Totally Changing Up Her Look and This Skintight Gown Is Proof

Just days after her 25th birthday, Selena Gomez is still lighting things up. (Photo: Splash)

Quarter-life looks good on Selena Gomez. The star stepped out on Monday night, continuing her birthday celebration wearing a sparkling gown.

The newly minted 25-year-old wore a Jenny Packham hologram sequined high-neck dress to join friends for dinner. She looked stunning in the black-and-silver embellished gown from the fall 2016 Collection.

Photo: Instagram Selena Gomez

Gomez swept up her hair and let her soft side bangs loose. The singer accessorized with diamond statement earrings, adding more sparkle to her look. She completed her outfit with a dainty circle bag and strappy heels.

The ALYX chain-handle clutch gave the elegant dress a more casual feel that pulled together her ensemble. At $332, the bag is currently sold out. Gomez strutted in a pair of Sergio Rossi strappy sandals. Originally priced at $695, the black Bon Ton Sandals are also sold out. But you can still get a red or white pair at half price on the site.

The sparkly dress is a departure from the classic and curated guise she’s exuded over the past few years. While she’s worked with Kate Young as her stylist for a while, it seems Christian Classen, who has worked work Gomez in the past, is more involved in Gomez’s look. Classen worked with Gomez on her Coach campaign in June and at the time wrote on Instagram, “Minimalism is not a lack of something but simply the perfect amount of something.” He also styles Banks, Sabrina Carpenter, Dove Cameron, and other young stars.


The former Disney star seems to be enjoying her new year of life surrounded by her loved ones, including boyfriend the Weeknd.

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