Fashion

The Wedding Dress Among Many Dresses—That Taylor Swift Wore in ‘I Bet You Think About Me’ Video

Red by Taylor Swift

 

Were you red-y for it?

In her new Blake Lively-directed music video for “I Bet you’re thinking that About Me,” Taylor Swift got glammed up in an exceedingly series of custom couture looks, including a white wedding dress.

Following the discharge of her 30-track “Red (Taylor’s Version)” album last week, she dropped the fashion-filled video for the “from the vault” single on Monday.

The 31-year-old pop phenom crashing the marriage of a visible ex-boyfriend, played by Miles Teller, standing come in a series of – is what the colorful clip depicts, what else? – bright red outfits.

Before turning into a sculptural Tadashi Shoji gown to sink her fingers into the marriage cake, making her entrance dressed as a waiter, the “All Too Well” singer was donning a red custom coat and cap together with matching Louboutin shoes and Nakard earrings.

After getting caught, well, red-handed, she instead takes on the roles of both groomsman and flower girl, sporting a floral-embellished dress followed by a red-suited style.

Seemingly gifting the bride the enduring red “All Too Well” knit scarf ($35) from her recent merchandise collection, Swift brought the “Red” theme even further within the latter role.

 

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And in fact, while writing her seminal 2012 studio album, no “Red” video would be complete without a nod to the diamond-studded Cathy Waterman ring Swift wore. As a cubic zirconia version of which ($45) that is available on Swift’s website, the special sparkler adorns the star’s finger as a flower girl.

But one look that wasn’t all red? Swift’s strapless Nicole + Felicia couture wedding dress, complete with a floral adorned train and Converse high-tops – which were, in fact, scarlet-colored — hidden underneath.

With one tweeting, “This makes me 100000% that Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn are secretly married,” and some saw the bridal design as a clue that Swift, along with her longtime boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, may well be tying the knot.

It wouldn’t be the primary time Swift’s style sparked marriage rumors, as fans also speculated over her very bridal-looking silk style within the “Willow” music video last December.

The “Cardigan” singer closed out her latest video with another Nicole + Felicia design, a red ballgown embellished with over 2,000 hand-crafted floral appliques.

With “All Too Well” (read more),  a highly-anticipated track that appears to hint at the rationale for her breakup with ex Jake Gyllenhaal, whom she dated in 2010, the new video comes just days after she released a brief film to accompany her 10-minute version of it.

 

 

By Brady Eveleen, ago
Wedding

Wedding Traditions Broke by the Royals

The royal weddings were the most anticipated weddings of all time. But, did you know that the royals broke some of the traditions at their wedding? If you want to know what are those, take a look at the following broken royal wedding traditions.

Broken Royal Wedding Traditions

1-Omission of the word “obey” from their wedding vows

When Prince Charles and Diana exchanged their wedding vows, Diana did not include the word obey him into her vow. Originally, based on the 1662 Anglican Book of Common Prayer, a wife should promise to love, comfort, honor, keep, and obey his husband. But the latter was first omitted by Diana. Afterward, this practice of omitting that word from the royal vow was also continued by Kate Middleton, Princess Eugenie, and Meghan Markle.

2-Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding has officiated by a non-member of the Church of England

Based on the royal wedding tradition, it is written in their protocol that only the priests in Britain and senior Church members of England are allowed to speak during the royal wedding. But, Markle and Harry’s wedding broke this rule. Their wedding was officiated by an Archbishop of Canterbury named Justin Welby.

3-Eugenie wore a reception American dress rather than a British-made one

Instead of wearing a British-made gown at her royal wedding, Eugenie wore a reception dress. It is a long-sleeved silk gown with a pleated skirt.

By Silver Karen, ago