Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 10 October 2015

Taylor Swift is blue beauty

Published 20/05/2013

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift was beautiful in blue at last night's Billboard Music Awards.

The pop star arrived at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas wearing the figure-hugging Zuhair Murad designed frock.

The dress featured long sleeves with cut-out detailing at the collarbone and was covered with a futuristic mesh fabric.

Taylor's standout dress was entirely beaded in geometric shapes, and contained a sheer back panel to match the front.

The 23-year-old American star added blue jewelled earrings by Lorraine Schwartz and super high Jimmy Choo platforms to complete her look.

The finishing touches to her styling included an overall soft make-up look to balance the vivid colour of her dress, but highlighted with a strong pink lip. She wore her hair straight and slicked into a ponytail with blunt bangs.

Taylor later changed into a cute blue T-shirt with a unicorn on the front and a pair of high-waisted shorts for her performance of her hit single 22.

Taylor was the big winner on the night scooping the Billboard Artist of the Year award, along with the Billboard 200 Album of the Year award, Female Artist of the Year, Top Digital Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, and every country award.

Other best dressed stars included Jennifer Lopez and Emmy Rossum who both rocked Zuhair Murad floor-length gowns to the event.

Madonna turned heads in her outfit for the evening, which was true to her signature style and boasted fishnet sequins, fishnet sleeves, a black body, a furry collar and a splattering of studded embellishment.

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