Selena Gomez Wants You To Get Her Clothes — Seriously! | Clozette

We've done a lot of get the look and steal her style stories here on INSIDER but nothing beats having actual celebs offering to give you their clothes for free. Yes, you read that right — FREE! We're talking about Selena Gomez going to her Instagram Stories last weekend asking fans to slide into her DMs if they want the outfit she wore in her Back To You music video. 

reposted from @selenagomez's Instagram stories

Gomez said that the Prada dress, which has green faux fur trimmings and intricate iridescent bead detailing, has no place in her wardrobe anymore and so she has decided to send it to anyone who might be interested.  Now, practically speaking, the piece is not exactly a top candidate for a casual look, but it certainly is a collector's item for any Selenator out there.

But as it isn't an actual giveaway contest, it is still unclear as to who 'won' the dress or if there were any specific requirements for you to be chosen as the winner. Still, some fans claimed that while Selena was probably looking for an interested party in her DMs, some who simply sent messages to express their love for the singer-actress-producer also got a reply, which is a rare case of interaction for many celebrities. Talk about an ecstatic day for her fanbase!

So while we are crossing our fingers for Selena to do this again (maybe her yellow dress in Fetish, next?), let's dive into our favourite celebs' and influencers' Instagrams for a roundup of pieces we wish to snag from their wardrobes. 

Blake Lively's polka-dotted Zimmerman maxi dress

Like an upgraded and glammed up version of a polka-dot pin-up dress, this gorgeous piece donned by Blake Lively for one of her A Simple Favour press tours certainly fueled our envy. Elegance and playfulness combined, all we can think of is 'Will this go up for auction soon?'

Heart Evangelista's blue and white PFW dress

Dubbed as one of the It personalities living the true Crazy Rich Asians lifestyle, Heart Evangelista served us major style inspiration during her attendance at Paris Fashion Week's S/S run during the first half of the year. But if we're going to pick a piece that we covet the most from her many stunning ensembles, we'd have to go for this blue and white Mark Bumgarner A-line dress.  From the classy silhouette to the whimsical colour and design palette chosen for the piece, we definitely have a Pinterest board dedicated to this inspired look!

Park Shin Hye's cosy white pullover

Sure, being chic is everything, but there are days when we just want to chill and stay comfy. The question is, how can PSH manage to be all of those things all the time? Could the secret lie in her line art pullover? We doubt it, but the piece definitely caught our eye for looking like it can be perfect for both street style or just relaxing and hanging out with your mates over a chill weekend. If Park Shin Hye's trimming her closet and marks this for dispatch, can we get first dibs?

Drea Chong's utilitarian ensemble

The fashion influencer hailing from Singapore served us major style notes with this Rag & Bone jumpsuit she donned during her recent trip to New York. The retro vibes of her eyepiece and the '80s-inspired belt bag gave an unexpectedly great visual impact in contrast to her army green outfit. If given a chance to raid Chong's closet, you know we have these pieces on our list!

Lili Reinhart's high-waisted hot red trousers

Hot red pieces are very intimidating and often reserved more for a lipstick shade than a fashion piece, but the 21-year-old Riverdale star showed us that shouldn't be the case. Mixing the Elisabetta Franchi high-waist belted trousers with a sleeveless turtleneck top and black pumps, Reinhart makes us want to go bold and crazy with the colour red, stat! If she pulls a Selena Gomez and gives this off casually via IG stories, you know we'll be on standby.

(Cover photo from: @selenagomez)



Whether you're going for a sweet or sexy vibe, nothing screams elegant femininity more than off-shoulder dresses. Show love to your décolletage and try out these looks from the Community.

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Imagine walking down a street, looking at the windows and seeing all your favourite and up-and-coming Singaporean designers' works are on display. Isn't it a sight to behold? What if you no longer have to imagine it? Through the efforts of Textile and Fashion Federation Singapore, in partnership with Enterprise Singapore and JTC, Singaporean designers will have a space to start and nurture their dreams of designing for the people in the city-state and beyond. 

A place to grow

With the vision of making Singapore an innovative fashion hub, TAFF is going to create an incubation space for designers at Design Orchard. The space, approximately 10,000 sq. ft. in size, will be a creative workspace for designers, fully equipped with meeting rooms for brainstorming and work studios with sewing machines and a fabric library.

A road with low-rise commercial buildings

Aside from physically being able to create, the designers will also be given opportunities to enrich their skills, collaborate with other designers, create and commercialise their products.

A place to step up

Apart from the space, the designers will also be given the opportunity to join the incubation programme, which includes talent development, training, overseas sourcing and production trips, as well as an opportunity to showcase their designs in international shows.

A place to level up

Through TAFF's first "house" label, Project Red Label, designers can receive practical business experience through an apprenticeship with industry veterans. Through this program, TAFF will help designers, both new and established, to gain relevant busienss and technological acumen to make sure they stay afloat strongly in the world of fashion. After completing the program, graduates will form an alumni association to help each other as well as those who will come after them.

All of these programs aim to champion the talents of local designers and bring them forward to the rest of the world.

Want to be part of this history-making initiative, you may email [email protected] for more details.