Taylor Swift stole the show on the red carpet in a glittery sequined romper with butterfly heels at $ 546

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Rompers are a basic casual outfit for the warm-weather wardrobe, but Taylor Swift just proved that they could also mark a big show moment on the red carpet.
The singer "Delicate" stole the show when she arrived at the iHeart Radio Music Awards on Thursday, dressed in a sparkling romper from Rose Bloom. The romper is priced at £ 185 (around US $ 246) and is still available in a small size (10-12 UK or US 6-8) at the time of writing this article.
Her romper was covered with iridescent purple sequins that glittered as she descended the carpet. The cap sleeves added a touch of fluid elegance.
Swift has paired the sparkling romper with equally attractive shoes. Her $ US546 heels from Sophia Webster sported a playful butterfly pattern that reflected the colorful and whimsical style Swift became known for.

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Swift's video for "Delicate" won the best video trophy, while the "Reputation Stadium Tour" won.
This is not the first time Swift is wearing a romper on the red carpet. Previously, she wore a blue motive from Mary Katrantzou at the MTV Video Music Awards 2014.
Swift rompers may have been highs, but she is not the only celebrity to prove that rompers can be made for the red carpet.
In February, Rita Ora wore a fluid hooded shirt from Ashi Couture at the VH1 Trailblazer Honors.

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Bumblebee star Hailee Steinfeld opted for a glamorous version of Elie Saab for the American Music Awards 2016.

Kristen Stewart went with an eye-catching floral print from Zuhair Murad for the premiere of "American Ultra" in August 2015.
If the last appearance of Swift has something to leave, it seems that dabblers could join snake skin combinations and patterns as a major trend of the red carpet in 2019.

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