Taylor Swift’s Fashion Evolution On The Grammys Red Carpet

If you can believe it, Taylor Swift will be attending her eighth Grammy Awards on Monday, Feb. 15.  The singer made her first Grammy’s appearance back in 2008 at age 17 as a Best New Artist nominee. Now we know to expect the music heavy hitter at the big show, and we also can anticipate that Swift will bring her A-game to the red carpet.

To say Swift’s fashion choices have evolved since she was a teenager is quite the understatement. Way back in 2008, we knew the country singer Swift for her youthful princess dresses and long, curly blonde hair.

Taylor Swift's Grammy Shoe Style2008: As a newcomer to the music scene and a Best New Artist nominee, Swift opted for a sweet purple floor-length gown for the awards. Rex Shutterstock.

Last year, Swift rocked bold orchid-colored wedges by Giuseppe Zanotti with her chic teal high-low dress.

Taylor Swift's Grammy Shoe Style2015: Taylor wore purple Giueseppe Zanotti platforms and a teal Elie Saab dress. Getty Images.

In 2014, she wowed in a pair of statement Jimmy Choos.

Taylor Swift's Grammy Shoe Style2014: Swift hit the red carpet wearing a Gucci dress and Jimmy Choo shoes. Rex Shutterstock.

On the Grammys red carpet, Swift is pretty reliable in that you’ll catch her in a long dress with a pair of killer platforms, but we also noticed the starlet has a lot of fun with her pre-party looks for the Grammys.

In 2014, she nailed a big fashion moment with Bionda Castana platforms — quite a change from the metallic peep-toes by Christian Louboutin the singer almost always picked for the event in her early days.

Taylor Swift's Grammy Shoe Style2009: Taylor hit the Grammys pre-party wearing Louboutin peep-toe heels with her shimmering dress. Rex Shutterstock.
Taylor Swift's Grammy Shoe Style2014: At the Grammys pre-party, Swift showed a whole lot of leg in Bionda Castana shoes and a Zuhair Murad dress. Rex Shutterstock.

Click through the gallery to see Taylor Swift’s fashion moments at the Grammy Awards.

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