Happy birthday, Selena! Today is legendary Selena Quintanilla's birthday and even though she passed away 18 years ago, her gracious spirit continues to live in her music. Aside from her amazing songs and energetic stage presence, the Mexican American singer was also known for her unique fashion sense. There's no doubt that Selena's style defined 90s glam. Honestly, who could forget her signature red lipstick, large hoop earrings, and the bustier tops she had designed herself? In honor of Selena, let's look back at some of her most memorial fashion moments of all time.

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The Torero inspired suit 1

The Torero inspired suit

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Selena wore this ensemble during a performance in El Dorado Ranch in Houston Texas. Only she could have pulled this look off!

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The bustier 2

The bustier

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Who doesn’t remember the Mexican diva’s famous bustiers? Selena used to literally take her bras and decorate them herself in rhinestones to wear for her stage performances. She looked AMA-ZING in them!

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Her fire red ensemble 3

Her fire red ensemble

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I remember seeing Selena wear this at a number of performances, and also when she received her Tejano Music Award (TMA) in 1993.

The ruffled sleeves 4

The ruffled sleeves

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Every time I see a picture of this outfit I think back to one of her amazing "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" performances. The ruffles went perfectly with every dance move.

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High waisted pants 5

High waisted pants

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Selena knew how to work high-waisted pants like it was no one’s business. It totally complimented her amazing figure!

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The famous jumpsuit 6

The famous jumpsuit

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She wore this jumpsuit during her epic live performance at the Houston Livestock Show in Astrodome back in 1995. It was her last concert and the day she became known as the Queen of Tejano music forever.