Selena Gomez seems to have her hands in a little bit of everything. The 22 year-old actress/singer has been working hard over the last several years on a clothing line which she calls Dream Out Loud. In 2010, Gomez released the line, which is targets towards young teenage girls, is sold exclusively at Kmart. The line includes hats, jackets, dresses, skirts, and other basic clothing items – all made from eco-friendly materials. During an interview, Gomez stated: “With my line, I really want to give the customer options on how they can put their own looks together […] I want the pieces that can be easy to dress up or down, and the fabrics being eco-friendly and organic is super important […] Also, the tags will all have some of my inspirational quotes on them. I’m just looking to send a good message.” However, despite her best efforts Gomez has been unable to please everyone. While many of her most dedicated fans seems to genuinely love her clothing line, others seem to have taken it for a joke. Here are five tweets from people who are not impressed with the Selena Gomez clothing line.
u r selena gomez Kmart brand, i am versace #WeAreNotEquals
— L4 (@L4urynKing) August 11, 2014
You may want to borrow this tweet for the next time you need to send someone a [not so] friendly reminder that they are not on your level.
— Erin McCann (@erinmcccann) August 5, 2014
Selena Gomez doesn’t need to shop at Kmart all the time, apparently her Selenantors are willing to do it for her.
Countless tweens are running to their local Kmart store hoping to pick up the latest piece from Selena Gomez’ Dream Out Loud Line. However, after seeing this tweet, they may not think that’s the best idea.
the selena gomez dream out loud collection at kmart is UGLY
— Morgan (@vtwrmorgan) August 27, 2013
When in doubt, keep it simple. This user holds nothing back when calling Selena Gomez’ clothing like flat-out ugly.
My sister got a DML sweater but it ripped she said it's thin and my mom said selena gomez's clothes line is cheap that's why it's at Kmart
— esmeralda (@biebstitties) September 10, 2011
Well, most things re at Kmart because their cheap, but ripping a sweater isn’t the most useful way to learn that lesson.
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