Starting with her shoes. During her four minute, close-the-show performance of “I Knew You Were Trouble,” she wore a gorgeous pair of custom-designed Nicholas Kirkwood platform sandals, and they almost looked like lace. If lace was made out of sparkle. They were the same style of shoes that all the runway models wore during the Snow Angels segment of the show, so Swift fit right in.
Even her custom-made body-conscious silver shift dress — completely covered in some kind of reflective bling — showed off Swift’s runway-ready body. (She also wore a mini Union Jack dress with some kind of cape and top hat during her performance of “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)” with Fall Out Boy, but that look wasn’t quite as stunning/sexy/glamorous.)
Swift’s look may not have been styled to highlight some kind of secret dream angels royal fantasy push-up bra or ruffle-covered cheekini panties, but it still made her look just as sexy as the girls she was sharing the runway with. She went with a couple of simple bracelets and one bold statement ring, probably to keep the focus on the sparkle of her shoes and her dress.
Swift strutted like a model, stared down the camera like a model and worked the fairy-dust covered stage like a model.
Really, all she was missing was a pair of wings.
Fun Fact: One of the models during the “I Knew You Snow Angels Were Trouble” part of the show was Behati Prinsloo, Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine’s fiancée. And when the camera panned to his reaction to his sexier-than-ever bride to be, Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley was sitting right next to him, looking thrilled to be there.