Swift swapped out her Schiaparelli gown for the sparkly Valentino number on Sunday night
Taylor Swift shimmered in a sparkly Valentino dress at a Grammys afterparty — and the dress can be yours for a mere $18,000. But you'll have to hurry. The dress is almost sold out!
According to the Neiman Marcus website, the sequin embroidered sheer cocktail dress in the color silver multi from the fashion house's resort 2024 collection is quickly running out of stock. The designer spaghetti-strap dress features strings of gold and silver jewels laid over sheer fabric.
In the video, Swift also appears to have left her hair styled the same way she wore it to the main event (to the side with a messy braid running through it.)
Another X post shows the singer's white strappy sandals she paired with the dress. A different picture on X also captured Swift in the dress posing with her dad, Scott Swift, 71, and bestie Jack Antonoff, 39.
Swift's outfit change followed an emotional night for the artist.
Earlier in the evening, Swift — who wore a strapless Schiaparelli gown with a thigh-high slit, black opera gloves and several telling accessories — announced she was releasing her 11th studio album. The surprise came during her acceptance speech for best pop vocal album for Midnights.
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During the speech, Swift thanked her fans for their support of her 10th album, Midnights, and said she wanted to repay them by telling them a secret she’s been keeping for two years: the details of her brand-new album.
Swift revealed that the new album is slated to drop on April 19. The release comes right in the middle of Swift's successful Eras Tour, where she takes fans through her extensive music catalog. However, it's unclear how Swift's new album will affect that setlist.
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