Selena Gomez Turned This Pajama-Inspo Look Into the Chicest Outfit With Shiny Pumps

Selena Gomez has boudoir style down. On Monday night in New York, she hit “The Dead Don’t Die” after-party in a comfortable, yet chic pajama look.

Gomez wore a matching black, white trim top and shorts set, which she paired with patent leather pumps.

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Selena Gomez wore pajamas for “The Dead Don’t Die” after-party in New York.
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Earlier in the night, Gomez hit the red carpet for the premiere of “The Dead Don’t Die” at the Museum of Modern Art. She wore a feathered little black dress by Celine. The bustier-draped frock — complete with elbow-length ostrich plumes, silk lining and an above-the-knee hemline — served as the evening’s scene-stealer and retails for $15,900. Keeping the rest of her look minimal, the 26-year-old Puma ambassador wore a pair of open-toed, slip-on sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti.

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Selena Gomez is dressed in Celine and Giuseppe Zanotti shoes.
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This isn’t the first time Gomez has worn lingerie and pajama-inspired outfits. In 2016, she performed in a sheer ensemble during her Revival world tour. And in 2018, the actress donned a lace, sheer custom dress by Coach, which was reminiscent of a night gown, for the Met Gala.

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Selena Gomez at Met Gala 2018.
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She stars in “The Dead Don’t Die,” which hits theaters on June 14, with an ensemble cast featuring Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Austin Butler and Tom Waits.

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