No hangover sweats right here.
On Sunday night, Taylor Swift hit the blue carpet on the 2019 Teen Selection Awards to obtain the present’s inaugural Icon Award clad in a colourful outfit from Versace.
The pop star, 29, wore the label’s baroque-print blazer ($3,150) over an identical bodysuit ($1,095) and high-rise shorts ($695), together with Kat Maconie “Kiko” sandals ($269) and the identical lacy coral Simone Perele “Citadine” bra ($110) she first sported in her “You Have to Calm Down” music video.
For jewellery, Swift opted for much more shade, courtesy of inexperienced diamond Misahara “Zeta” hoop earrings ($4,000), an Emily P. Wheeler emerald ring ($2,500), a pink tourmaline ring from Irene Neuwirth ($2,640) and an extra giant citrine-colored cocktail ring by Vram.
The Grammy winner, who accented her outfit with green- and peach-colored eye make-up, appeared remarkably fresh-faced contemplating that simply the evening earlier than, she threw a celebration to have fun with the forged and crew of her “ME!” and “You Have to Calm Down” movies. Clips of Swift gleefully dancing with drinks in hand went viral shortly afterward.
“We had a lot enjoyable that ‘Drunk Taylor’ is trending on Twitter. CHEERS,” Swift wrote on her personal social media accounts.
“I feel one factor I want I might’ve referred to as a teen is that errors are inevitable,” the star shared throughout her acceptance speech on Sunday. “Typically you suppose if you happen to strive arduous sufficient to make each determination completely, you suppose you’ll be able to probably, like, ace life, and by no means make any errors. However it’s regular to make errors, and I simply need you to know that if you happen to’re on the market, and also you’re being actually arduous on your self proper now for one thing that’s occurred, or messing up, or feeling embarrassed, it’s regular. That’s what’s going to occur to you in life.”
Continued Swift, “Nobody will get via unscathed. We’re all gonna have just a few scratches on us. We’re dwelling in an insane time, please be sort to yourselves and rise up for your self, please.”
We’ll drink to that.