31 photos that show how Taylor Swift’s style has evolved through the years

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Taylor Swift’s music has evolved over the years and so have her fashion choices.

From shimmery cowboy boots to sleek and sexy gowns, Swift has become a fashion icon.

She co-chaired the Met Gala in 2016, and in her 2016 May cover story for Vogue, she even said a fashion line could be in her future.

“I would want it to be something that was relatable and accessible and everyday,” she said. “I don’t see it being couture. I would want it to be reflective of my style. And a lot of things I wear are not highly expensive.”

If her new sound on her latest single is any indication, Swift is leaning into darker tones

See how Taylor’s fashion has evolved over the past 11 years:

Taylor Swift wore shiny cowboy boots to her first Academy of Country Music Awards ceremony in May 2006, about five months before her album debut.
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She donned a black fishtail gown and black gloves for her first ever CMA Awards..
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Taylor won her first CMT award for video of the year with “Tim McGraw.” She changed three different times that night. This gown was her third and final outfit.
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