Before jetting off to St. Tropez, France to celebrate her birthday with bestie Cara Delevingne (and one muy caliente mystery man), Selena paraded around Italy (at the Ischia Global Film & Music Festival) in one gorgeous look after another. Here are her best fashion moments from her week abroad—prepare to be very jealous. Very, very jealous.
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Selena rocked a pretty, blue, high-slit L’Agence dress to attend the 2014 Ischia Global Film and Music Festival, where she was presented with the Kids’ Global Award. We're also loving that she kept her hair and makeup natural instead of opting for an over-the-top glam look.
A few days later, Sel continued flaunting her toned gams in a color-blocked Emanuel Ungaro polka-dot shirt dress at the premiere of Rudderless at the same film festival. This ensemble actually sparked mixed reviews, but we're 100% on board with her choice.
Then there was the sheer shirt, feathered skirt moment at a press conference. Showing a little more skin, Ms. Gomez paired a white bra underneath her collared, floral blouse for a sexy-meets-sophisticated vibe.
For her visit to the Beauties of Ischia on July 19th, she took a more relaxed approach in a brightly colored Zimmermann playsuit.
And for the awards gala, the "Come and Get It" singer chose a dramatic Kayat black gown with diamond embellishments and a plunging neckline.
To say "Ciao" to Italia, and "Bonjour" to St. Tropez, S hopped aboard a cruise in another Zimmerman romper, paired with Brian Atwood leather sandals.
Here she is touching down in the South of France with her main chica, Cara Delevingne. Oh, and they arrived on a helicopter. As you do.
A casual GNO (or in, on a yacht) involves a cat eye and a dreamcatcher-esque necklace, obviously.
For her actual b-day, she opted for a SAFiYAA orange satin pantsuit and a pet on a leash.
Finally, for Leonardo DiCaprio's Foundation Gala, Selena donned an olive green Emilio Pucci dress with gold Casadei pumps. Keep the slits going, Sel—you're owning them!