Selena Gomez walked the Golden Globes red carpet Tuesday night and not everyone was a fan of her look.
Selena, who currently stars in the hit Hulu series Only Murders in the Building, stepped out in a Valentino velvet gown with oversized purple puff sleeves and a train. She paired the look with Da Beers diamond earrings and rings and Santoni platform sandals.
For the most part, fans were not thrilled with the look and called the dress “unflattering” and “aging”.
Some of the comments on Reddit included,
“She is only 30 and I feel like this silhouette is just aging her so much.”
“I love Selena but she really needs a new stylist.”
“The minute Selena gains a slight amount of weight her stylist acts like she doesn’t know how to dress her. She gives her the most unflattering/ill-fitted clothes.
“The shape of this dress isn’t flattering on her, the color washed her out, and it’s dated her for age. She needs a new stylist.”
Unfortunately, this is not the first time that Selena’s red carpet outfits have failed to strike a chord with Selenators. In fact, many have been saying for years that Selena needed to get a new stylist.
Selena currently works with Kate Young, who also styles several other high-profile celebs including Margot Robbie and Michelle Young, both of whom were also at the Golden Globes. Fans have said similar things about Kate’s picks for Margot, especially her Chanel looks (Margot was named a Chanel ambassador in 2018 and often wears the brand on the red carpet). They’ve even started using the hashtag #FreeHer on Instagram.
Margot walked the 2023 Golden Globes red carpet in a custom-designed Chanel pink crystal-embellished gown, a color that surely was picked due to Margot’s highly-anticipated upcoming Barbie movie. Her look also received mixed reactions from fans.
While fans may not love Selena Gomez’s red carpet looks, they’ve gone absolutely crazy for her outfits as Mabel Mora in Only Murders in the Building. Mabel’s style has inspired article after article about where folks can get Selena’s exact outfits from the show so they can recreate the looks themselves. The outfits are designed by Dana Covarrubias, who previously worked on shows like Master of None and Ramy.