Saturday, 21 March 2015

Style Steal Saturday: Selena Gomez in Dior

As prom season fast approaches, us girls are looking for the perfect dress! Selena looks perfect in red at the premiere for Rudderless, back in OCT '14. It's not the first time the dress has surfaced on the red carpet either- Lucy Hale wore the same back in August last year too! Rihanna & Rita Ora have also sported the plunging satin number in black recently.



If you can't afford to fork out for the Dior version of this dress, no fear! I've hunted down two almost dupes so you can get this look. I already own the Missguided version and I love it, and the CB dupe is basically the same.


1.MISSGUIDED SATIN PLUNGE DRESS IN BLACK - £45
2. CELEB BOUTIQUE SATIN PLUNGE DRESS IN RED - £99
3. MISSGUIDED SATIN PLUNGE DRESS IN RED - £45

Which one of the dupes is your favourite?


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8 comments

  1. These dresses are gorgeous! Perfect for a night out. Thanks for sharing!

    Becca xx

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  2. Nasty Gal has a fabulous version too!!

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  3. I can't pick, I like them all! And Selena looks FAB !!

    Samantha Series

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  4. I need number 1 in my life :D
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  5. I love the black misguided dress!

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  6. She looks so pretty ! The dress is gorgeous !
    xoxo,

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  7. Wow - what a steal! Nice work finding these!

    Sinéad xo ♥ fabuleuse, toujours ♥

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  8. These look so gorgeous! Unfortunately, my school isn't allowing plunging collars at the prom. My luck. x

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