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Goodbye, Good Girl! Selena Gomez's Style Gets Increasingly Edgy

04/29/2013 at 12:00 PM ET

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Selena Gomez‘s style was once reliably sweet and angelic.

But following her big breakover — and subsequent reunion with Justin Bieber — her style has taken a turn to the fierce and edgy.

Gone are the pastel minis and flowy, ruffled dresses; she’s now more likely to be spotted in bold braids, crop tops and her new favorite accessory, a bindi.

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Within the last week, she’s paired her Burberry trench with sexy knee-high Brian Atwood sandals; visited the MTV studios in a Peter Pilotto peplum outfit with a cutout that exposed nearly her whole torso; and hit the Radio Disney Music Awards red carpet in leather, strappy Nicholas Kirkwood sandals and a dark smoky eye.

Between the raunchy Spring Breakers, her roller coaster love affair with her ex and her new, bolder style, we’d guess Ms. Gomez is ready to start a whole new chapter in her life.

But we want you to tell us: What do you think of Gomez’s all-grown up, badass new look?

–Alex Apatoff

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