Call The Fashion Police!
Oops... even celebrities get it wrong sometimes! We're telling you why Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato's fashions fell short in our new weekly feature. Learn from the stars' sartorial slip ups!
We get that Disney darling Selena is all grown up and applaud her for stepping up her style: She's definitely rocking some more mature fashions as of late. But we're not wild about this feathered Emilio Pucci minidress she chose for the premiere of Part Of Me, Katy Perry's new movie.
First of all, it's a little too short. Even Selena herself appears to be trying to hold down the hem of the dress as she posed for pics on the purple carpet in Hollywood. It's a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen!
Then there are those unfortunate feathers. Combine those with the frock's hot pink hue and this look reminds us of a flamingo. Sorry, Selena, but we know you can do better.
The final verdict? We love how Justin Bieber's better half keeps it classy, so she should be careful not to show too much skin and make sure her hemlines are appropriate for a 19-year-old. Sometimes less is more! Cute shoes, though.
Oh dear, Demi. The X-Factor judge wore this floral dress from Topshop to the show's auditions in Providence this week. And we totally give the girl props for wearing a dress that's affordable, but this looks a little cheap.
The bold floral print on it is plenty busy enough, but then Demi went and threw a vest over the top plus a spiky statement necklace. Plus, she's pulling a Katy Perry with the pink hue in her hair.
We get it, girl! You're edgy and funky, but this look isn't working for you. But your fellow judge Britney Spears has been looking super fabulous lately in her Herve Leger bandage dresses, which she's worn to tapings in several different cities. Maybe she'll loan you one for the next time?
The final verdict? Between the hair, the floral print, the vest and accessories, there's too much going on here. Pick one statement piece or major trend and stick to it.
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