Selena Gomez on Fashion and Individuality

The singer-actress shares tips on dressing up while shooting the new campaign of her own clothing line, Dream Out Loud.

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Selena Gomez is prepping for the release of her new collection for her clothing line, Dream Out Loud. Some of the pieces that she likes are the flare jeans and bright-colored shirts. In this interview, she shares some of her insights and tips on fashion and individuality.

  1. "Take risks and try new things. Gain confidence and be more daring."
  2. "Girls should have individuality. My fans can wear one of my cardigans with a cute dress, a skirt, with flats or with boots, whatever they want to make it who they are."
  3. "You should be dressing for you and no one else. There will be a thousand of articles in magazines, on the Internet, and the celebrities, boyfriends, and friends who will tell you what you should wear and what looks great but at the end of the day, nothing feels more amazing than wearing something you love."

What do you challenge yourself to do when it comes to fashion? Leave a comment below and dish with your fellow Candy Girls!






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