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Thursday 18 September 2014

Taylor Swift impresses in ivory at the ARIA Awards

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift made a super style statement in a stunning ivory gown at the 2012 ARIA Awards in Sydney on Thursday.

The singer looked flawless as she graced the red carpet at the event held at the Sydney Entertainment Centre in Australia.

Taylor cut a striking angelic figure in the floor length chiffon dress from the Elie Saab spring/summer 13 collection.

The goddess like gown included a tight banded bodice top half which complemented the flowing skirt that adorned the lower half of the ensemble.

The 22-year-old American chart sensation was scheduled to perform her hit song I Knew You Were Trouble during the prestigious music industry awards show.

Showing why she is an A-list attendee, Taylor managed to keep her cool in the light coloured dress, despite the soaring temperatures outside.

The songstress scooped her hair into a Grecian twisted up do, that served to keep her hair from the nape of her neck as well as hitting the beauty trend for twists and plaits.

A cluster of diamonds adorned each ear and the star's sparkly jewellery served to keep the look classically glamorous and fitting for an award ceremony.

Along with country superstar Taylor, other international stars welcomed at the prestigious Australian music industry event included rapper Nicki Minaj.

The ARIA Awards are usually an event where rock n' roll style dominates the red carpet. This year the overall look was a more sophisticated affair with elegant floor length gowns worn by Taylor, and musicians Samantha Jade and Havana Brown.

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