As she graced the 2021 Grammy Awards red carpet, Taylor Swift brought a burst of flower power with her in a charming short floral dress. With six nominations under her belt, the 31-year-old songstress-turned-pop icon was one of the most eminent performers at the event. And to top it off, she made history by becoming the first female artist to bag the Album of the Year Grammy Award thrice.
Last year, Taylor shook things up with her album Folklore, which showcased a whole new sound. And just when we thought she couldn’t get any more innovative, she dropped a surprise follow-up album called Evermore, which continued to push the boundaries of her artistic experimentation.
Taylor Swift, aged 31, exuded a refreshing and vibrant vibe at the 2021 Grammy Awards red carpet on Sunday. The music sensation donned an exquisite Oscar de la Renta mini dress adorned with floral patterns, which perfectly captured the essence of spring.
The artist, standing at a height of 5 feet 11 inches, donned a lovely short dress that flaunted her well-defined legs. Completing her outfit were pale pink Louboutin pumps with delicate ribbons tied around her ankles. Minimal yet stylish Cathy Waterman jewelry added to her overall look.
Later that evening, Taylor Swift made history at the Grammy Awards by winning Album of the Year for the third time, a feat no other woman had achieved before. She was dressed in a stunning Oscar de la Renta gown adorned with pastel embroidered flowers and paired it with some elegant yet low-key jewelry pieces from Cathy Waterman. Taylor’s hair was styled with bangs on her forehead and pulled back behind her ears, with a few strands framing her perfectly made-up face. On the red carpet, she also paid tribute to her musical partners, posting a photo with Aaron Dessner, guitarist and songwriter for The National, and Jack Antonoff, songwriter and superproducer, who both collaborated with her on Folklore and Evermore. The majority of the tracks on both albums were co-written and produced by Dessner, while Antonoff worked on a few selected songs.
Taylor Swift expressed her gratitude towards the individuals who work tirelessly behind the scenes by posing for a picture with Jonathan Low and Laura Sisk. These two talented individuals not only recorded both Folklore and Evermore, but also mixed the albums. Taylor’s hard work paid off as she won several awards including Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Song Written For Visual Media for her song Beautiful Ghosts from the Cats soundtrack. Furthermore, her producer Jack Antonoff was nominated for Producer of the Year. Although Taylor’s song from the Cats soundtrack lost to Billie Eilish’s “No Time to Die,” other notable winners include H.E.R.’s “I Can’t Breathe” for Song of the Year, Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar” for Best Pop Vocal Performance, and Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s “Rain On Me” for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.