Not Selena Gomez, that’s for sure. The pop star looks to be living her best life in a series of photos she posted on Instagram Tuesday night. The 26-year-old is wearing large, gold hoop earrings — so very J.Lo — and a blue-and-green printed bikini in most of the pics, which show her joining pals for a day out on the water.
It’s been just months since Gomez called out people who body-shamed her after she was photographed in a bikini in March. The former Disney star posted a body-positive message after critics mocked her figure and scars from her recent kidney transplant, which she underwent to help treat her lupus.
Selena Gomez, 26, looked better than ever when she modeled workout gear, including a sexy pink bra, from her latest collection with Puma called DEFY X SG. The brunette beauty showed off different poses for the newest ad and in addition to the bra, she wore a black overcoat and leggings. The new wardrobe choices definitely reflected her fit figure and got us excited for the release of the collection on Sept. 18.
The new ad is proof that Selena’s continuing to live her best single life since her split from now-engaged Justin Bieber back in March. Although Justin’s fiancee Hailey Baldwin reportedly has fears that Selena will never get over Justin, she seems to be coping well with being on her own and continues to never let tough times get her down or stop her from going forward with her busy career. Selena’s been an inspiration to many of her fans ever since she had to undergo a kidney transplant last year due to her battle with lupus and she continues to strive to be open about her struggles.
Perhaps you've noticed the gold-printed cursive on the Selena Gomez x Coach collection and wondered why the pop star chose this self-deprecating and down-to-earth quote, or why an adorable bunny is the focus of many of the designs. Search no more—all of your questions have been answered. From the nightgown-inspired dress to the addition of the fanny pack, the star gave E! News a tour of the Coach store, located at The Grove in Los Angeles, and shared everything you want to know about her line.
On the bunny... The reason I wanted the bunny to kind of be the symbol of it is like safety blanket feeling, where you bring a teddy bear with you. It represents your favorite thing that you hold on to is never perfect. There's always something wrong with it.
Everything is easy. Classic, simple, easy—I love it...Originally, when I worked with Coach, we started with handbags. This has evolved into something really cool. Stuart Vevers, who is the head designer for Coach, inspired me to basically create my whole wardrobe line, so my friends can wear it, so I can wear it. He knows me very well, so he wanted something that I could put my stamp on.