Selena Gomez wore an astonishing Blue Zara Suit to Britney Spears Wedding

Selena Gomez wore an astonishing Blue Zara Suit to Britney Spears Wedding

The singer ‘Selena Gomez’ was one of the numerous ‘celebrities’ invited to the link between the princess of pop and Sam Asghari.

Britney Spears and the Iranian physical trainer Sam Asghari said “yes, I do” last Thursday, June 9, in an intimate ceremony of around 60 guests held at their home in California.

An appointment marked by the absence of some of the singer’s relatives, but which was attended by numerous well-known faces such as Madonna, Drew Barrymore, Paris Hilton, Selena Gomez or Donatella Versace herself, in charge of designing the wedding dress of the singer, a piece made of white silk with dropped shoulders and a side opening, which she completed with a four and a half meter veil and pearl-embellished gloves.

The black sequined dress that Paris Hilton wore during the ceremony also belonged to the Italian firm, while Drew Barrymore opted for a voluminous brown dress by Valentino. But among all the big brands, a much more affordable design slipped in, specifically that of Selena Gomez, signed by Zara.

Britney Spear about the Selena Gomez Dress

As Spears hinted on her Instagram, she did not know Gomez in person. “She is more beautiful in person, if that is possible,” she wrote the day after the link. The American singer and actress wore a three-piece suit made up of wide-leg trousers with darts, a double-breasted double-breasted blazer and a corset-type top with a strapless neckline.

A total look in blue Klein that belongs to Inditex’s flagship and is still available on its website at a price of between 29.95 and 79.95 euros each piece.

It is striking that celebrities opt for low cost signature garments , but the truth is that it is increasingly common to see the affordable brand designs at the large celebrations or on the red carpet.

A trend that members of royalty like the Kate Middleton or Queen Letizia herself , an expert in combining pieces from great designers with other more affordable chains like Zara, Mango or Massimo Dutti, are also betting on.

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