Selena Gomez just released a second SG x Puma collection and here’s what’s in it
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Get a look at the super comfy new line that you can get your hands on right now.
After debuting an empowering "Strong Girl" collection with PUMA just before Christmas, our favourite former Disney babe Selena Gomez has just released another activewear collaboration with the sportswear giant.
The capsule collection has just dropped, meaning that we've already had a peep at the hot new line and we're seriously excited about it.
Where the Strong Girl collaboration gave us lots of monochrome hues with pops of dark red and forest greens, the spring/summer 2019 collection has a toned-down colour palette with trendy neon pops of colour.
The new sneakers, in particular, take on a totally 90s vibe that we are honestly all about. The designs include an SG Runner Strength Training Shoe in Glacier Grey, alongside two pairs of SG Bright Slip-ons in sunshine yellow and aqua colourways.
In addition to the new kicks, the spring/summer 2019 capsule includes a range of tights, crop tops, sweatshirts and even an adorable romper. There are also some seriously cool accessories up for grabs including a line of caps and a selection of backpacks, duffel bags and crossbody bags.
The collection also includes some sneaky personalised touches from the singer. The new sneakers feature a semicolon design inspired by Gomez's tattoo and the leggings feature the numerical code 072292, which is actually her birthday. Cute.
When and where can you shop the collection?
The second SG x Puma collection has just landed, meaning that you can shop it right now from the PUMA site. Prices range from $35 for the caps to $190 for some of the training shoes.
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