Selena Gomez 'Come & Get It' | SENATUS



Selena Gomez 'Come & Get It'
By SENATUS News | 1 April 2013

For the cover of her newest single "Come & Get It," the songstress rocks a sweltering red-dipped look. Gomez’s fiery look is complete with a glittering jeweled headpiece and a fierce red embellished shard corset hot off the catwalk from The Blonds Live Fast Dye Blond collection. Ouch!

"Working with Selena Gomez and her stylist Basia Richards is always an amazing experience,” Phillipe and David Blond of The Blonds told Billboard. “Selena's style is what The Blonds are all about. It’s daring, glamorous, and always fun!”

Selena Gomez has been causing major waves in the fashion industry. Gone are the days of the “Love You Like A Love Song” singer’s cute and cheeky pom-pom teen threads. Gomez now steps onto red carpets in leg-revealing numbers and gorgeous couture. She was most recently spotted in a pastel-colored Oscar de la Renta strapless top and leg envy inducing shorts at the 2013 Kids' Choice Awards.

Perhaps she will rock something similar to The Blonds sharp corset when she performs "Come & Get It" for the first time on television during the 2013 MTV Movie Awards on Apr. 14.

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