Love her or hate her, medical Taylor Swift’s style has always been A1. While some might call her fashion choices safe or boring, for me, it is the simplicity of her wardrobe that ticks all the right boxes. Indeed, what I like most about Miss Swift is that she lets her talent do the talking without resorting to donning horrendously attention-grabbing outfits (ahem Mrs West).

Taylor stunned on this year’s red carpet at the Grammy Awards in a blue ombré halter dress by designer Elie Saab that boasted a voluminous skirt and exaggerated slit that showcased just the right amount of leg. Her contrasting magenta shoes made the look ‘pop’, while her statement earrings provided the right amount of glitz, without distracting from her striking features.

Indeed, it seems that I’m not the only one impressed by Taylor’s style. None other than Anna Wintour herself has chosen the young starlet to cover the March 2015 edition of Vogue alongside her model best friend Karlie Kloss. Wearing Dolce, Vuitton and De La Renta among others, Taylor shows off how she can make any look effortless, even when it comes to seriously high-end fashion.

From her doll like eyes, to her classic red pout, to those legs that go on forever, Taylor’s wardrobe, like her music, sure isn’t about ‘to go out of style’ anytime soon.


Susanna Morgan