Selena Gomez’s Fall Wardrobe Features the Best Thigh-High Boots We’ve Ever Seen

The singer-actress has been rocking designer ensembles for days while in Paris.
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez.

Whether tall, ankle or moto-inspired, we love fall boots here at SI Lifestyle. Our team is all about staying up-to-date on the chicest footwear the autumn season has to offer—which is why we nearly fainted when we caught a glimpse of Selena Gomez’s latest thigh-high boots. 

While in Paris over the weekend, the “Single Soon” singer rocked a pair of patent leather thigh-high Casadei boots. Stylist Erin Walsh paired Gomez’s pointed-toe footwear with a crisp, white ALAÏA button-up on top and jewelry by Jennifer Fisher, including a gold necklace and a pair of hoop earrings. Walsh shared her client’s look to Instagram on Sept. 23 to major fanfare.

“Thank you so much MOTHER!!” one fan gushed. “The outfit is all we NEED!”

“Selena seems like she’s feeling herself more in this new style!” someone else observed of the 31-year-old’s recent aesthetic. “I love it!!!🔥⚡️.”

“This look is absolutely a SERVE❤️,” another follower noted.

While in the City of Light, the Only Murders in the Building star also opted for a long-sleeved, floor-length leopard dress by Ronny Kobo. She was spotted in the designer garment while taking in a soccer game with friends Nicola Peltz Beckham and Brooklyn Beckham in Paris on Sept. 24. 

“I hope you’re aware that you’re making everyone’s day 🫶🏻,” another excited fan applauded in the comments section of Welsh’s post of the ensemble. “we get so excited and happy seeing all these outfits for selena. thank you erin. job well done 💫.”

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