A ranking of Taylor Swift’s Golden Globes clothes, from the least daring to the most daring Taylor Swift has established herself as a mainstay at the Golden Globe Awards over the course of the past ten years. Following her debut visit in 2013, the musician known for her song “Midnights” has made multiple appearances at subsequent gigs and after-parties, all of which have been attended in breathtaking fashion.
This year, Taylor Swift has the potential to make history if she is awarded the new cinematic and box office accomplishment award for the concert film she created for her Eras Tour. Consequently, here is a look back at every costume that Taylor Swift has worn to Golden Globe ceremonies, ranking from least daring to most daring to most daring.
Taylor Swift avoided risk at a 2015 Golden Globes afterparty.
She was dressed in a yellow Jenny Packham gown that featured a sweetheart neckline that was strapless and a pleated skirt that reached the floor.
The dress had a very straightforward form, despite the fact that it was very colorful. Swift accessorized her look with her usual red lipstick and a haircut that featured an updo.
Her 2014 Golden Globes red-and-black dress was more fun.
Carolina Herrera created this strapless ensemble, which featured a dramatic crimson skirt with a high waist and a black bodice.
The dress, despite the fact that it was not particularly daring, did manage to conjure up an old-school Hollywood glamour aura, particularly when it was matched with Swift’s red lipstick and curly updo.
Swift tried colorful designs for the 2020 awards.
Etro was the one who crafted her sleeveless, teal gown just for her. The dress featured a low back, a triangle cutout above the hemline, and a yellow floral print that was all over the garment.
Swift topped off the look with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and a wispy hairdo, which contributed to the outfit’s overall fresh and vibrant appearance.
The singer’s debut Golden Globes dress was daring.
Swift wore a Donna Karan dress that was plum in color and featured a square neckline, a bodice that was form-fitting, and a mermaid skirt that flared out about her knees. The dress gave off an exquisite appearance from the front.
It was only when she turned around that it became clear that the dress also featured plunging back and side panels that gave the impression of nudity.
Swift wowed in a netted black minidress before “Reputation”
A Golden Globes after-party was held in 2014, and she attended the event wearing a design by Julien Macdonald.
Long sleeves, a skirt that reached above the knee, and a knit design that exposed some skin were all features of this sheer garment. Strappy sandals, silver earrings, and red lipstick were the accessories that Swift wore with it.
Swift wore her boldest Golden Globes outfit to an afterparty in 2019.