Taylor Swift Delivered Two Incredible Looks in One Night
Taylor Swift was booked with back-to-back appearances last night while promoting the rerecorded version of her 2012 album Red, and rather than repeating the same outfit twice, she delivered two distinctly stunning looks on the press tour.
First, the songstress stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers wearing an off-the-shoulder LBD by David Koma. The dress featured a plunging neckline and long sleeves, and Swift accessorized with a waist-cinching belt, silver hoop earrings, and black slingbacks with crystal-embellished straps. She left her hair down past her shoulders and painted on her signature red lip, which matched her manicure.
Just a few hours later, Taylor underwent a chic outfit change before visiting Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. Showing up in an entirely different dress, this time, the Grammy-winner paired a white Zuhair Murad mini with gold embellishments at the neck, arms, and pockets with coordinating metallic pumps. She kept her lipstick shade the same, but switched up her hairstyle, pulling her blonde locks back into a low-slung ponytail.
During her late-night chats, Taylor revealed that the breakup ballad "All Too Well" is the song she's most excited for fans to hear. Explaining that the lyrics were formed from an ad-libbed rehearsal session during an upsetting time in her life, the track is rumored to be about her split from Jake Gyllenhaal. "I showed up for rehearsals and I just was really upset, and sad, and everybody could tell, it was really, like, not fun to be around me that day," recalled Taylor of the song she penned back in 2011. "So I started playing guitar and just kind of playing the same four chords over and over again. And I just started, kind of, the band sort of joined in, and I started ad-libbing what I was going through, and what I was feeling, and it went on, and the song kept building and building and building in intensity, and the song just went on for about, you know, 10 to 15 minutes of us doing this."
She added, "And that's the thing I'm the most excited about, cause it's the original lyrics."