Selena Gomez's 10 Best Ensembles From Her Stylish NYC Revival Press Tour: See All of Them Here

Selena Gomez rocks three of her killer Revival press tour looks. Credit: Charles Sykes/Invision/AP; Raymond Hall/GC Images; Splash News

Wardrobe goals! Selena Gomez just landed back in Los Angeles on Thursday, Oct. 15, after a whirlwind, three-day press tour for her new album, Revival, during which she wore a whopping 15 outfits.

You heard that right — 15 outfits in just three days. That's an average of five outfits in one day! It was too hard to narrow down her whole on-point fall press closet to one amazing look, so, instead, we rounded up our 10 favorite getups from Gomez's fashion "Revival" below.

The "Same Old Love" singer's first stop in NYC was the Today show on Monday, Oct. 12, where she warmed up for her outdoor performance in a comfy gray Tory Burch sweater (the same one she wore while exiting SiriusXM studios later that day) and a matching gray skirt. Despite her sweater-swap, the most showstopping look of the day was her Today show performance look — a black Dugmantra cutout jumpsuit with Louis Vuitton boots. In the edgy style, Gomez showed off her svelte figure and was able to freely belt out her new, emotional ballads.

Later that day, the Disney alum, 23, was spotted entering SiriusXM studios in a colorful striped Kenzo maxi dress and accessorized the bold frock with blue suede mules.

For the evening, Gomez went with a flowy maxi skirt with a sexy, thigh-high slit and a hanging white buckle by Acne Studios, which she paired with a navy wool sweater, also by Acne. Black Balmain ankle booties were the perfect touch to complete the dark, boho look.

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, the "Naturally" singer channeled her inner Kendall Jenner in a black knit crop top and matching knit calf-length skirt by Markoo with another super-high slit (that reminded us of what Kendall wore to Kylie Jenner's 18th birthday in L.A. in August) as she strutted in on the streets of NYC.

While hanging out with Z100 radio personality Elvis Duran, Gomez stunned in yet another jumpsuit, but this time it was a loose-fitting white flare style by Isabel Marant with gold buttons. She wore Giuseppe Zanotti heels with the getup.  

A little later, as she exited the Z100 offices, Gomez rocked a much more relaxed number — a flowy black jumpsuit (the third one she wore during the press tour) that ties in the middle, accentuating her tiny waist. Her favorite pair of strappy black leather slip-ons completed the ensemble perfectly.

The next day, on Oct. 14, the Wizards of Waverly Place star arrived for an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon at NBC Studios. She wore a casual head-to-toe white ensemble (a crewneck sweater and fit-and-flare trumpet skirt) by Michael Kors and topped off the look with her NYC trademark: leather mules.

In a complete contrast to the all-white, more demure sweater outfit she wore upon arriving for her performance on The Tonight Show, Gomez rocked a slinky, silky asymmetrical V-neck frock by Anthony Vaccarello. In a dramatic move, the star layered the dress with an oversized black trench, a head-turning red lip, and a statement black cage-veil, which really amped up the glam-factor of the vampy ensemble. 

Heading off to Bravo's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, the Spring Breakers actress donned her most colorful look of the press tour: a red and black dress by Rodarte, which she accessorized with mesh Giuseppe Zanotti peep-toe booties.

Finally, after back-to-back interviews and clothing changes, Gomez returned to L.A., but just because she was at the airport (and back home) doesn't mean she turned off her stunning fashion sense. The raven-haired celeb sported a halter-neck LBD with a trendy white stitching detail and threw a camel suede trench over her shoulders for the perfect finishing touch.

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