Selena Gomez keeps wearing dresses from the brand Rouje

Selena Gomez leaves a Broadway show while wearing Rouje. (Photo: Splash)

We aren’t the only ones in love with French company Rouje’s collection of French-girl-chic yet non-Parisian-priced clothing. Selena Gomez stepped out on Wednesday wearing the brand for the third time this month. Clearly, she’s a fan.

Gomez took in a Broadway show while wearing the brand’s Gabin dress in Bordeaux. The midi wrap dress has a tiny polka dot print and five buttons on the front right side. It also has a V-neck, long sleeves, and a tie around the waist. You can purchase the very same dress for $190. Very reasonable, considering the celeb making it famous.

Gomez also isn’t afraid of wearing similar dresses within weeks of each other — she’s found a brand she likes and she’s rocking it. Just two weeks ago, the actress and singer was spotted in a very similar dress by the same brand. This one was called Matis and was light blue with tiny clouds on it. It created a similar carefree French look. Unfortunately, the dress is no longer available, but it sold for $183.

Selena Gomez in SoHo in New York on Sept. 15. (Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images)

Earlier in September, Gomez stepped out in the same dress she wore to the Broadway show  but in a different color. The black version of the GABIN dress also featured shorter sleeves and a floral pattern. This one also sells for $190.

Selena Gomez in SoHo on Sept. 5 in New York City. (Photo by Raymond Hall/GC Images)

We can’t blame Gomez for loving this line. It’s full of light, flowy items that give that effortlessly chic look. Not to mention, everything in Rouje’s collection is under $320.

Another staple in Gomez’s closet? Her Louis Vuitton “Frontrow” Leather Sneakers in white, which she wore with her Rouje dresses twice. By wearing the feminine frocks with sneakers, she proved that these dresses look great dressed down. Wednesday night, she wore a pair of pink Sergio Rossi high-heel sandals, successfully demonstrating that these dresses are also diverse. Which adds to their value and makes the price even more reasonable.

The last item in these outfits is her Coach Selena Grace Bag, which she carried every time she wore the dress. She wore the red version of the bag she designed to match the red flowers of the first black dress. Then, she chose the white one for the second and third, which brought out the clouds and polka dots of those frocks.

So, basically, Gomez created a look, loved it, and stuck with it almost to a T two more times.

If that’s not love, we don’t know what is.

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