Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber have recently seemed to be enjoying the random lunch date and meet-up; both romantically connected pop sensations are in the Los Angeles area of late, with Gomez working on her new film, Parental Guidance, and Bieber spending some quality time with his family, grabbing sushi with his dad and kid siblings, and no doubt also putting in some QT at the studio. The "Boyfriend" singer even paid a visit to Gomez's movie set, maybe also wanting to keep an eye on the young fellow who gets to lock lips with his girl in the flick, her co-star Nat Wolff.
However, despite her on-screen and off-screen male attention, Gomez may have still been feeling a bit glum. The starlet recently took a shopping trip to Century City mall but appeared a bit gloomy in the shots captured of her Bieber-less excursion. Daily Mail provides the potential explanation that she's missing her main man, which is possible. Apparently retail therapy didn't improve her outlook either!
But what's also perhaps more likely is that Selena Gomez was simply not in the mood to smile for the paparazzi cameras, which have undoubtedly become a ubiquitous presence in her life. At least when she's out with Justin Bieber, they have the support of each other amid the flashes!
However, while it appeared to be a sad outing for Gomez (she did have a girlfriend by her side, though!), Daily Mail points out that she did still dress to impress. She worked the trendy see-through shirt thing that many entertainers are wearing of late--from Miley Cyrus to Rihanna and Kim Kardashian. But the singer-actress pulled it off in a manner that was both tasteful and sexy. Her cream top only showed off the faint vision of skin and the outline of bra, providing a welcome reprieve from the far-too-sheer moments seen on others.
So, regardless of whether she was missing her "Baby" singer or not, at least Gomez, who also has her own Dream Out Loud clothing design collection for Kmart, doesn't have to be miserable about her outfit--or worry about a "fashion police" citation.