Selena Gomez looks radiant in cream co-ord as she poses up a storm for new footwear campaign
She’s been making a welcome return to the spotlight of late after taking a year off to focus on her wellbeing.
And Selena Gomez looked truly radiant as she starred in the new PUMA Cali Remix campaign, after she signed a $30million deal in 2017 to front the brand.
The singer, 27, was a vision of beauty in the snaps as she posed on top of a vintage car whilst clad in an all-cream ensemble.
The Come & Get It hitmaker flashed a hint of her toned stomach in a cream long-sleeved crop top teamed with matching cropped trousers.
To match her Puma co-ord was of course a pair of the brand’s trainers, Cali Remix – a new rendition of the cult summer trainer Cali – whilst she accessorised with peach hooped earrings.
Selena added to the glamour by styling her glossy raven locks in loose waves that framed her flawless features and cascaded past her shoulders.
While Selena has largely stayed out of the spotlight in efforts to focus on her mental and physical health, she recently revealed that fans can anticipate new music this year.
‘I’m looking forward to my album and I’m looking forward to spending time alone,’ Gomez said. ‘I think I’m finally, finally, finally at the age where I love being alone.’
Justin Bieber’s ex recently spoke about her healing with Coach’s Dream It Real podcast, explaining: ‘Last year, I took a lot of time off. I think that I needed a moment to myself because I do feel like I was growing and changing.
‘Gosh, if I knew what I know now…I am a believer of therapy. So I think that I have had opportunities where I kinda reflect on the younger me, and I think that a lot of the times, I wished that I could hug my younger self.
‘I wish I could have done a lot of things and experienced things maybe a little differently, but I go to therapy.’
She continued: ‘It is [hard], but it’s amazing. It’s hard for people to open up, but I think it’s just one of the most important things — to get to know yourself.
‘Not saying everyone in the world has to do it; I’m just saying it’s helped me understand myself and my childhood a lot better.’