Taylor Swift demonstrated she's fully back on the red carpet grind by attending both the Toronto International Film Festival and the MTV Video Music Awards within the past month, leaving Swifties worldwide forever thankful. The singer's most recent outing was at the NSAI Nashville Songwriter Awards, where she received the Songwriter-Artist of the Decade award while sporting an outfit that was quite reminiscent of the Reputation era.
Swift wore a stunning black sequin Michael Kors gown with a mock-neck and a triangle-shaped side cutout when she arrived at the award event on Tuesday. The singer's right side of her dress was fully sleeveless, which was balanced out by a high leg split, while her left arm was coated in glitter. Even while it was a lovely dress in and of itself, keen-eyed fans couldn't help but draw comparisons between it and one of Taylor's stage outfits from her 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour, which also had an asymmetrical design and a texture covered in sequins.
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Swift's outfit included embellished silver Aquazzura heels, diamond drop earrings, a bright red lip, and low ponytail styling for her blonde hair, save for her signature bangs.
Swift approached the stage after being named Songwriter-Artist of the Decade, an accolade based on an artist's overall accomplishment in songwriting from 2010 to 2019. She thanked her fans and discussed her songwriting path. I've recently taken a trip down memory lane. My first six albums are currently being re-recorded," she revealed. "The trail leads me right to music row when I go through the process of methodically recreating each piece of my past and revisiting songs I wrote when I was 13, 14, and 15."
How my mother would pick me up from school and drive me to my co-writing sessions with dozens of writers (some of whom are present in this room right now), who decided 15 years ago to give me their time, their knowledge, and their belief before anyone thought writing with me was a useful use of an afternoon, Taylor continued. Each and every one of you, I will never forget.