Taylor Swift Dons an Icy-Blue Sequined Two-Piece Outfit by Miu Miu at the 2021 BRIT Awards
Taylor Swift had all eyes on her at this year's BRIT Awards. She walked away with the BRITs Global Icon Award, wearing a stunning two-piece number that dazzled on the stage.
"Love Story" singer Taylor Swift left everyone's jaws on the ground when she took the BRIT Awards stage to accept her prestigious prize. The pop star stuck to what she knows best for this year's ceremony and wore a two-piece outfit.
Swift, 31, dazzled on stage and social media while wearing her matching Miu Miu set made up of a bustier that sported glimmering rhinestones placed to make a floral pattern and a matching skirt.
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While this is not the first time fans have seen her in a two-piece number, the Miu Miu outfit may be their favorite. Swift's 157 million Instagram followers caught a glimpse of her BRIT Awards outfit as she shared snaps with the caption:
"Spinning in my highest heels, luv #BRITs."
The pictures showcased the singer's flawless red lips and her hair worn down with a subtle curl, and her bangs lying just above her eyebrows. The bedazzled outfit drew her look together to give her a sophisticated look.
Swift wasn't the only one who shared her award ceremony attendance, as the BRIT Awards also took to Twitter to share a video of the singer accepting her award on stage.
Swift's sudden change of pace with "folklore" is a unique take on how she is approaching her music and style.
Swift, whose most recent album "Folklore" continues to be a raging success, is the first female artist and the first non-English artist to receive the accolade. Artists like Elton John and Robbie Williams have received it ahead of her.
The 31-year-old singer has had a hectic award season this year. She was also seen at the 2021 Grammys, where she reeled in several awards, all while looking gorgeous in a floral number.
Swift went with an Oscar de la Renta mini-dress that was covered in flowers from top to bottom. It was the "Willow" singer's 13th anniversary since she won her first Grammy. Looking back, Swift said:
"I think the advice I would give myself when I was younger is probably to, when things get hard, always focus in on how much I love music.”
It is evident that Swift has been showing her sophisticated side on the red carpet this year, but she has decided to keep her fashion choices for "Folklore" more low-key and moody.
With her oversized cardigans and plaid coats, it's clear that she is going for a more cozy, laid-back feeling for her new album, and it is definitely a mood that her fans are resonating with.
Known to connect her overall aesthetic to the theme of her album, Swift's sudden change of pace with "Folklore" is a unique take on how she is approaching her music and style.
Swift admitted that her new album presented a different way of doing things for her - overthinking and torturing herself about the finest details were not an option this time around. Her more relaxed approach paid off in the end.