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Taylor Swift Goes Union Jack Crazy at Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

The British are coming! The British are coming! Oh wait, it’s only Taylor Swift. The “I Knew You Were Trouble” songbird was dressed head-to-toe in the British flag for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in New York City. Her super short dress looked like it had been splattered with paint, as did the matching one-armed blazer, which had a long train that created a cool high-low effect. Even her lace-up open-toed booties had the Union Jack on them! The “You Belong With Me” singer topped off her ensemble with a UK flag-adorned top hat, which she wore cocked to the side of her head. While each piece was cute individually, together it was all a bit much.


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