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Selena Gomez fears designer prices

Published 26/07/2013

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez won’t splash out on an expensive designer gown until her wedding day.

The actress-and-singer turned 21 this week and is developing a reputation for wowing on the red carpet. With so many glitzy events to attend, Selena is building up an impressive list of designers eager to work with her and she loves to borrow expensive gowns. She would never dream of splashing out a lot of money on a dress – until she gets married.

“I don’t even want to know how much they usually cost, but it’s been really fun for me to dress up and get to meet different designers,” she told People. “I don’t think I could ever actually purchase a huge gown unless it’s my wedding dress!”

Rather than spend her money on costly designer clothes, Selena loves hunting down a high street bargain. Her closet is a “mix” of designer gifts and things she has found on a sales rack.

To continue her 21st birthday celebrations this weekend, Selena is having a costume party with friends and has a special outfit to wear. “That’s been a process in the making of creating my little gypsy-themed outfit,” she explained.

Although Selena often shows off her toned physique in shorts and cropped tops, she is already looking forward to the temperatures cooling. The star can’t wait for the new season to arrive so she can experiment with different looks.

"I love layering! That's the best part of autumn. You get to wear cute little pants, boots with socks, sweaters, and jackets, and you can have so much fun with it,” she gushed to Teen Vogue. "I love scarves and cute little leg warmers so much that I'm almost wishing for fall - even though it's still summer!"

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