Stores may be gearing up for the holidays, but Selena Gomez’s latest look was a reminder that fall is still here.
The “Wizards of Waverly Place” alum wore a burnt orange Prada midi dress with long sleeves and a collared neckline on the red carpet at the ACLU Bill of Rights Dinner Sunday night in Los Angeles.
For shoes, Gomez selected black Prada platform sandals ($650 on Net-a-Porter.com) that showed off a subtle “Sunshine” tattoo on her right foot.
While the color of the “Lose You to Love Me” singer’s dress felt very autumnal, so did her shoes. Platforms are a major fall ’19 trend, spotted on several runways for top brands such as Gucci, Givenchy and Dries Van Noten.
The platform is centuries old, a way to create the illusion of more height without the instability of a stiletto. For this reason, the shoes are thought to create a feeling of empowerment for the wearer.
When she’s not on the red carpet, Gomez can often be spotted in casual Puma wares — no surprise, since as she’s been an ambassador for the brand since 2017. The “Spring Breakers” actress also began working with Coach in 2016 and has put out handbag and apparel collections with the luxury label.
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