Is Selena Gomez's See-Through Shirt Her Riskiest Fashion Move Yet?

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Jul. 21 2014, Published 3:31 p.m. ET

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Worried about your bra straps sliding down your shoulder at work? If that sartorial situation rings true for you, prepare to be shocked by Selena Gomez's latest see-through blouse venture. Over the last few days, the singer has been spotted out and about at the Ischia Global Film and Music Festival—and yes, this is one of the outfits she chose to don.

Selena showed off her lacy white bralette (hey, this style of unmentionables is pretty trendy right now) and her toned tummy in a sheer button-up blouse decorated with floral embellishments by Blumarine. The shocking shirt was tucked into a feathered A-line skirt that hit her knee.

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Looks like something you'd see on Kim Kardashian, huh? The Bieb's ex has definitely been taking it to the next level—and wearing a shirt that completely previews her bra is doing just that. The outfit is a contrasted statement by nature, considering the cut of each garment is relatively conservative.

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This might be the riskiest style move she's made in a while (or ever). But even though it's a showstopper, we have to admit, Selena can pull it off. She finished off the outfit with white pointy-toe pumps, sparkly cluster studs, and a sleek hairstyle with a middle part.

Just last week, Selena made headlines when she posted an Instagram picture of her new tattoo.

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