Taylor Swift has transformed from a teen country singer to a chic pop songstress. The singer graces the cover of Glamour’s November issue and here’s a look behind the cover shoot and the photos and fashion that made their way into the feature.
Taylor looks all glam on the cover of Glamour. Wearing a Burberry London sequined tank, Dior skirt and Tiffany & Co. diamond bracelet and head turning makeup and curls.
Inside the issue the girl next door is shown sporting a flowered Jill Stuart dress and Fred Leighton pearl and diamond necklaces. Her familiar locks are brushed out and she sports a side-swept hairdo.
WWD cites Jill Stuart’s fashion as “that depiction of Hollywood glamour into alluring lace and cage-net dresses.” This season, take her tip and mix elements from older decades together.
World traveler Taylor rocks an elegant Marc Jacobs top and skirt here on a train complete with Fred Leighton earrings, L’Wren Scott gloves to match her red Kate Spade belt and heels. On her arm lies a Mark Cross blue satchel to complete her colorful ensemble.
After a recent show Marc Jacobs declared, “Young girls need to learn that sexiness isn’t about being naked.” Taylor has always proved this point and continues to look elegant with little skin except her arms peaking through.
Taylor leaves her cowboy boots at home and instead dons killer high Casadei pumps. Her Erin Fetherston dress, vintage belt and Mark Cross satchel transform the country songstress to chic troubadour.
New York Magazine cites the Erin Fetherston line as “full of the flirty, ruffled, delicate fare that global ‘It’ girls can’t get enough of.” Seems Taylor can’t either. Adding a belt to a loosely fitted dress is a style to adopt for any season.
PHOTO CREDIT: Ellen von Unwerth
-Annie Reuter, CBS Local
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