Arielle Tschinkel
October 24, 2019 7:40 am
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In case you somehow missed it, Selena Gomez has blessed us with not one but two breakup anthems in the past 24 hours. Fans definitely think her new music is about Justin Bieber, especially since they rekindled their romance in 2017 before splitting seemingly for good in early 2018, when Bieber went on to date his now-wife, Hailey Bieber.

Her first new single, “Lose You to Love Me,” serves up lyrics that tug right at our heartstrings, making us want to call every ex that has ever wronged us, with a powerful video to match. In the gorgeous black-and-white clip, Gomez sits on a chair, singing directly to the camera. And aside from the stunning visuals, we couldn’t help but notice that she’s wearing the coziest, ‘90s-inspired look in the video: a cropped black cardigan over a black silk slip dress by Olivia von Halle.

The best part? Her Free People cardigan is still available online, and it’s the fuzzy fall sweater your closet has been missing.

Gomez is wearing the brand’s One Allegra Cardigan in black, but it also comes in white, teal, petal pink, and lilac, in sizes ranging from XS to XL. So you can snag one no matter what your fall fashion feels are this year.

This fuzzy sweater is a seriously versatile cropped cardigan. You can wear it as a shrug, as Gomez did in the video, or buttoned up over a dress, blouse, or bodysuit—or even on its own if it’s still summer weather where you are. And because sweater weather is well underway for most of us, we’re all just trying to be as cozy and warm as possible, making this cozy cardi a definite must-have.

Free People

Gomez’s slip dress is a bit more of a splurge at $390, but we love that she’s continually inspired by the ’90s in her beauty and style choices.

As we click “add to cart” on the soft sweater of our ’90s dreams, we’re going to play “Lose You to Love Me” on repeat. We won’t blame you for doing the same.

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