The singer’s vibe for her upcoming album Midnights couldn’t be more different from Folklore and Evermore’s.
Taylor Swift received a special award at last night’s Nashville Songwriter Awards: Songwriter-Artist of the Decade. “Writing songs is my life’s work and my hobby and my never-ending thrill,” Swift said during her acceptance speech. “I am moved beyond words that you, my peers, decided to honor me in this way for work I’d still be doing if I had never been recognized for it.”
To accept her trophy on stage, and to perform her song “All Too Well (10 Minute Version),” Swift needed a strong outfit. Swift continued the edgy disco vibe that she’s been channeling as of late—a look she first debuted at this year’s VMAs, when she wore glitzy Oscar de la Renta and Moschino dresses to announce her upcoming 10th studio album, Midnights. Last night’s latest party dress was courtesy of Michael Kors Collection. Swift wore a sequined jersey dress from its fall 2022 show, and the frock’s sexy cutouts, asymmetrical silhouette, and shimmering sequins were ready for a night out at Studio 54 (if it were the 1970s).
Swift’s style era ahead of her Midnights release is a stark contrast to the folksy aesthetic that she channeled for her last two albums, Folklore and Evermore, when she wore chunky cardigans and plaid shirts. If her prior wardrobe was all about cozy comfort and quiet nights in, Swift is clearly ready to be seen and hit the town again.
This post was originally published on Vogue.com
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