Taylor Swift simply put her elegant spin on rehearsal-dinner dressing.
The pop star stepped out yesterday night for her longtime collaborator Jack Antonoff and actress Margaret Qualley’s pre-wedding occasion in New Jersey. For the event, the singer seemed beautiful in a scallop lace two-piece ensemble from Hill Home Residence, comprised of a black bandeau prime and matching maxi skirt. The brief prime revealed a sliver of her stomach, whereas the skirt included a cinched waist and an unlined lace hem.
She elevated the ensemble with a pair of glittering gold heeled sandals by Stuart Weitzman, in addition to a dainty gold physique chain which peeked out from beneath the skirt set. Additional equipment included matching gold hand chains, an array of rings, and small gold hoops with diamond pendants.
The star styled her blond hair in a easy bun, paired with a shiny crimson lip.
Swift joined a number of different superstar visitors on the star-studded affair, together with mother-of-the-bride Andie MacDowell, Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum, Lana Del Ray, and Cara Delevingne, per Web page Six. The As soon as Upon a Time…In Hollywood actress and the Bleachers singer—who has co-written and co-produced a number of songs with Swift—are anticipated to marry on Saturday after two years of courting.
The “Lavender Haze” singer has been exhibiting off her low-key road model in Manhattan between Eras Tour stops. Final month, she revived an early-2000s staple, pairing a blue denim asymmetrical skort with a frilly white eyelet prime and tan Mary Jane loafers. And in April, she stepped out in an all-white spring look composed of a eyelet bustier prime and an identical midi skirt, accessorizing with strappy sand-colored sandals and sky-blue quartz earrings.
Quinci LeGardye is an LA-based freelance author who covers tradition, politics, and psychological well being by a Black feminist lens. When she isn’t writing or checking Twitter, she’s most likely watching the newest Ok-drama or giving a live performance efficiency in her automotive.