2014 MTV VMAs: Taylor Swift Shakes It Up In A Mary Katrantzou Bodysuit

25 August 2014 by

2014 MTV VMAs: Taylor Swift Mary Katrantzou Bodysuit

Taylor Swift wore Mary Katrantzou to the VMAs [Getty]

Katy Perry recreated that iconic Britney moment, Amber Rose wore little more than a string of pearls and Solange Knowles wore (SHOCK) black. But when Taylor Swift appeared on the red carpet at the MTV Video Music Awards tonight, we positively gasped.

Because this is the girl who once wore cowboy boots on the red carpet before her gitzy mini-dress wardrobe seemed to be never-ending. But, for the VMAs, Taylor pulled out the WOW factor, arriving at the L.A. event looking more daring than ever in a turquoise bodysuit complete with long sleeves and a derriere-skimming shorts. Repeat: Taylor Swift wore a playsuit. Well, if you've got legs like a supermodel...

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Taylor Swift knows how to 'shake off' a style rut [Getty]

Not only that, but we're most impressed to see Swifty backing British. Yep, this little number comes from London Fashion Week designer Mary Katrantzou's Resort 2015 collection. Top marks for quite literally shaking it off up with such a playful approach. Tay-Tay teamed it with a pair of burgundy Elie Saab booties and a smattering of bling courtesy of Lorraine Schwartz.

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This was followed by a dazzling performance of Taylor's new track 'Shake It Off'. In contrast to her fashion-forward MK look, the singer opted for some retro glitz channelling Chicago's Roxie Hart complete with twinkling tassels and that '20s-tastic blonde shaggy bob.

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Taylor went all Chicago on us for her performance [Getty]

So what's your verdict? Should TS be crowned the night's best dressed? See all the stars in the gallery below and have your say...


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