Selena Gomez Wore The Chicest Glitter Sunglasses—And They’re On Sale Right Now
Selena Gomez has blessed our Instagram feeds once again. The singer and actress posted a set of moody selfies from a recent party and captioned them, “They say go socialize, I said ok. Lasted 20 min = success.” Very relatable content.
Fans were quick to obsess over the star’s neon-lit style. Gomez sported a silky sage green dress with a cowl neck, a black leather jacket, and—the pièce de résistance—a pair of silver glitter cat-eye sunglasses. The Only Murders in the Building actress also sported a sleek high bun that showed off her new bangs, which she debuted in a separate Instagram post last week.
Below, shop the exact pair Gomez wore in her post, plus some fun budget-friendly lookalikes.
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Her latest posts mark something of a comeback for Gomez, who recently opened up about her bipolar disorder diagnosis and the launch of her mental health platform, Wondermind. In an interview with Good Morning America, she revealed that it was actually her mental health that propelled her to stay offline for several years. “I haven’t been on the internet in four and a half years,” she said. “It has changed my life completely. I am happier, I am more present, I connect more with people. It makes me feel normal.”
“I can’t believe I am where I am mentally just because of how I took the necessary steps in order to kind of remove myself from that because it’s just not normal,” she added.
Gomez’s fans are thrilled about her return to social media, and she is indeed spoiling us with content. After years of trying to stay out of the spotlight, Gomez has been quite present online over the past several weeks, even sharing a TikTok in which she joked about being single. Keep the quality content coming, Sel.
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