Monday, September 17, 2012

Taylor Swift’s Fashion Evolution

Taylor Swift’s Fashion Evolution:
From bohemian country girl to chic Kennedy girlfriend. Here’s a look back at Taylor Swift’s style changes through the years.
Known for inspiring young girls everywhere to embrace the sundress and cowboy boots, Taylor has openly said she’s happy to be a role model.
“Seeing girls coming to my shows wearing sundresses and cowboy boots and curling their hair is one of my favorite experiences ever because I remember when I was weird for dressing the way that I dressed and I was weird for having curly hair,” she said in an interview. “It’s really fun to see that I’m not that weird anymore.”
While rehearsing for a performance at the Academy of Country Music Awards in 2007 Taylor was sporting her signature outfit: a yellow sundress and cowboy boots.

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Just a year later the singer ditched the boots and opted for sandals and a short dress at the Legendary Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Party in Beverly Hills. Still showing off her blonde, curly locks Taylor looks like she’s ready for a night out on the town dancing with her girlfriends.

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In this iconic dress worn at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, Taylor transforms from girl next door to runway model. Sporting one of her favorite looks (sparkles) she is a sight to see.

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The country songstress ditches her sparkles and curls for a little black dress.  More rock star chic than country songstress Taylor looks fierce.

(Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images for BMI)
At the Grammy Awards in 2012 Taylor looked elegant in a flowing gown with some skin peaking through. With her hair in an updo Taylor looked classy.

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Taylor is all grown up posing in the press room of Billboard’s Woman of the Year award event honoring her. In a long red gown and no jewelry, Taylor’s straight blonde locks and bangs are her accessories making her look like she belongs in the pages of a fashion magazine.

(Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for ABC)
-Annie Reuter, CBS Local

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