Along with LL Cool J, Taylor Swift was the co-host of the 2013 Grammy Nominations Concert on December 5 and she looked absolutely fabulous. She donned a long sleeve white lace dress and completed her look by wearing glitter heels, a wavy hairstyle and natural makeup. It can be difficult to pull off a lace dress as you don't want to look like a giant doily, but the frock was beautiful and matched her style perfectly. She's been out and about lately wearing some incredible dresses, but which have been some of her best?
Oscar de la Renta dress
The 22-year-old attended the 2012 Ripple of Hope Gala on December 3 at the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights in NYC where she received an award for her devotion to social change. She's the youngest to receive the honor, but her ex-boyfriend Conor Kennedy was not in attendance to see her receive it. While at the event, she wore a stunning tulle Oscar de la Renta dress that had gold embellishments from top-to-bottom. She finished off the look with peep toe heels. Her hair was down for the event and she opted for neutral makeup.
Kate Spade dress
The "Love Story" singer attended KIIS FM's Jingle Ball on December 1 wearing a super cute black-and-ivory striped sleeveless Kate Spade satin dress. She paired the ensemble with black Christian Louboutin pumps and bright red lipstick. Her hair was down in soft waves again, and while it looked lovely, it'd be nice to see her change it up.
Elie Saab gown
On November 28, the country crooner attended the 2012 Aria Awards in Sydney, Australia, while wearing a stunning ivory chiffon Elie Saab gown that consisted of a fitted bodice and a long flowing pleated skirt. Rather than wear her hair down this time, she went with a chic chignon. Although her frock was lacking that glitter and sparkle factor that we're used to seeing in many of her fashions, it was still an amazing look. At the event, she performed her hit song "I Knew You Were Trouble" to a cheering crowd.
Out of the four gowns, the lace dress comes out on top. Which one is your pick?
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