She Never Goes Out of Style! See Taylor Swift’s Best Outfits Over the Years

Over the years, Taylor Swift has made quite an impression on any red carpet she steps on. Not only does the 30-year-old singer know how to work an awards show — from the Met Gala to the American Music Awards to the VMAs — but she also nails “Oh I just threw this old thing on” while stepping out to do errands or while she casually walks in the park. The “Delicate” crooner sure has changed her looks up in the past 15 years. When Tay first started out, she wore simple outfits. Now, the Pennsylvania native is taking more chances and really coming into her own, and we love it!

“[Audrey Hepburn] only wore classic looks,” the Grammy winner told Teen Vogue in 2014. “The women in history who played a huge role in shaping my fashion have famously worn Keds. Passing trends tend to be the thing you look back on and go, ‘Woah. I really did that, didn’t I?’ Everyone has got some embarrassing photo. My high school pictures are like, it’s tragic. My style forever was going to be cornrows. I took my school picture with the cornrows.”

The Hollywood A-lister also dished that she has an affinity toward headbands. “That’s the only thing I will keep around,” she said. But as far as her favorite outfit, she loves the one she wore to the Met Gala in 2014. “I got to wear this Oscar de La Renta gown to the Met Ball, and it was ballet pink and it had a long bow in the back, a large train. So classic and simple, that is my new favorite,” she admitted.

This year, after Tay released her seventh album, Lover, in August, she decided to collaborate with designer Stella McCartney for their new collection. “So, when it came time to write this album, I name-checked her in one of my songs, and when I played her the album, I said, ‘Should we do something?’” she told British Vogue in August.

The blonde beauty writes, sings, cooks, designs — what can’t she do? At the moment, she is living her best life. Scroll through the gallery below to see more of Taylor’s best looks — it might even give you some inspiration for your next outing or event.