Selena Gomez Stuns in Pumpkin-Colored Dress at ACLU Awards Dinner in Los Angeles

Eric Todisco

Selena Gomez is rocking the fall fashion and bringing the pumpkin spice!

On Saturday night, the “Lose You to Love Me” songstress, 27, shinned on the ACLU SoCal’s Annual Bill of Rights Dinner red carpet at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.

For the event, Gomez stunned in a pumpkin-colored dress styled with black heels and a crimson lip.

The singer was one of the presenters at the gala event, along with Regina Hall and Bob Balaban. Don Cheadle was among the event honorees while Chrissy Metz performed for the gala crowd, according to Entertainment Tonight.

Gomez specifically attended the event to present the Bill of Rights Award to Justin Tranter, a songwriter who has co-written many of her hit singles such as “Bad Liar,” “Hands to Myself,” and “Look at Me Now.”

Selena Gomez | Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty

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Just last week, Gomez stepped out for the Frozen 2 red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and was joined by her little sister Gracie Teefey. The pair walked the Frozen carpet hand-in-hand, wearing matching wintery princess outfits by Marc Jacobs that featured blue sequin and feathered capes over white, floral-print prairie dresses with bell sleeves.

Like Princess Anna in the animated film, Gomez wore her long brown hair in similar loose braids while Gracie, 6, wore her blonde tresses down her back.

Gracie and Selena | Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

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While the sisters didn’t seem to be emulating any specific characters from Frozen, the two would no dobut fit right into the magical winter wonderland of the movie with their icy ensembles.

Gomez and Gracie were joined at the premiere’s red carpet by the film’s biggest stars, including Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown.