You're Going to Bidi Bidi Buy Everything in Forever 21's New Selena Line

You're going to need a bigger washing machine for all these Selena-inspired clothes.

The legend of the Queen of Tejano Music still lives on in our playlists, and now, you can wear your corazón on your sleeve with the new affordable line of clothing at Forever 21.

We already have a Selena Quintanilla-Perez baby book, Selena grocery bagsSelena cups, and Selena makeup

This was the logical next step.

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Forever 21 launched the White Rose Collection in honor of Selena, the beloved Mexican-American singer who gave us hits like "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom," "No Me Queda Más," "Como La Flor," and countless others before her untimely death in 1995. 

"As an artist, Selena is a legend that resonates so deeply with our customers," Forever 21 said in an email. "We have Selena product in our stores on a constant basis, and they are some of our highest performing styles. Because of this, we wanted to do something special and launch a collaboration with her to give our fans what they want!" 

Anyone who knows Selena, and has watched countless archival performances on YouTube, knows the white rose was her "thing," hence the appropriate name of the new clothing line.


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And any Selena fan also knows how she aspired bring fresh new fashions into the world. 

Options range from $15 T-shirts to sweatpants, and of course, bustiers. There are options for men as well. 

Feeling adventurous? They have fringe, mini skirts, cabby hats, and crop tops.

The White Rose Collection will be available nationwide, and online

"The Selena collection at Forever 21 is launching this week, so I guess I'm never saving up any money ever," one Twitter user said.

Same, Yalitza, same. 

March 31 is the 24th anniversary of the iconic star's death. She would have been 48 years old this April. 

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