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Taylor Swift in Oscar de la Renta | Billboard’s 6th Annual Women In Music Event

Taylor Swift in Oscar de la Renta | Billboard's 6th Annual Women In Music EventPhotos: Zimbio; Style.com
Taylor Swift was in New York City tonight where she was honored at the Capitale for Billboard’s sixth annual “Women in Music” event. When I saw photos of her arriving, I noticed two very big changes to her look. First off all, her signature curly locks were — not only straightened — but layered with full bangs to finish off!

I love, love, love her hair! This may be her best look. I’m hoping to be treated to this for a few more events before she reverts to the same ol’ style.

In addition to my love for her hair, I was equally excited over her rose poly gossamer chiffon draped dress from the Spring/Summer 2012 collection by Oscar de la Renta — which was nipped at the waist with a matching red leather belt.

Who doesn’t love a sparkly dress? I definitely dig ’em1 But, there’s always room for “simply chic”, and that’s what Taylor had going on tonight. This was refreshing considering I always see her in something sequined. The vibrant color looked amazing against Taylor’s complexion, and since she’s very tall and slim, the flowy skirt gave some fullness to her lower half.

I’m ‘pro-red lips’, but I’m not a fan of the boring pairing of this dress with nude shoes. This was unnecessary, especially when Oscar alone has a plethora of amazing heels this season. I don’t have anything against nude shoes — especially her Prada pair — but I was hoping for something as fun as the dress.

Taylor accessorized with jewels from Lorraine Schwartz.

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  1. Tilda

    Adore her new coif, the bangs are gorgeous! That dress needed to be taken in at the shoulders hence the unflattering sag at the bust line and arm slit. Why these people think they have the same proportions as runway models is beyond me. Does the Fashion Court give out dollars and clues?! HA

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