All of Taylor Swift’s Met Gala looks, ranked from least to most iconic

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All of Taylor Swift’s Met Gala looks, ranked from least to most iconic
Samantha Grindell May 1, 2024, 7:57 PM ET
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A side-by-side of Taylor Swift at the 2014 and 2016 Met Galas, where she wore two very different looks. The former was Old Hollywood, while the latter was futuristic, in keeping with the event’s theme.

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Taylor Swift has attended six Met Galas since 2008.
Some of her Met Gala looks have fallen flat, while others solidified her fashionista status.
Her 2016 look was her most iconic to date, particularly because of its significance in her music.
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The fashion world is abuzz as the 2024 Met Gala is swiftly approaching.

On May 6 — the first Monday in May — stars will gather at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City for the “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion” gala.

The Met Gala red carpet is always exciting as celebrities reveal their interpretations of the event’s dress code, which is “The Garden of Time” for 2024.

But it’s also thrilling to see which stars ultimately attend the event since the guest list is kept under wraps. For instance, there have been conflicting reports on whether Taylor Swift will attend the gala after releasing her record-breaking album “The Tortured Poets Department.”But whether she attends in 2024 or not, Swift’s legacy at the Met Gala looms large. Take a look back at all the looks she’s worn to the event, ranked from least to most iconic.
All of Taylor Swift's Met Gala looks, ranked from least to most iconic

Taylor Swift’s dress for the 2010 Met Gala was too simple.Swift looked angelic in this white Ralph Lauren gown, with its off-the-shoulder sleeves and ruffled hem.

But the dress was too simple, and instead of elevating it with accessories, Swift instead wore minimal jewelry and kept her hair in a demure updo.

The look also didn’t speak to the “American Woman: Fashioning A National Identity” theme, making it a bit of a letdown. It didn’t make enough of a statement to be considered iconic.
Swift looked angelic in this white Ralph Lauren gown, with its off-the-shoulder sleeves and ruffled hem.

But the dress was too simple, and instead of elevating it with accessories, Swift instead wore minimal jewelry and kept her hair in a demure updo.

The look also didn’t speak to the “American Woman: Fashioning A National Identity” theme, making it a bit of a letdown. It didn’t make enough of a statement to be considered iconic.All of Taylor Swift’s Met Gala looks, ranked from least to most iconic