Taylor Swift performed in a see-through lace catsuit for one of her most daring looks yet

Taylor Swift wore a transparent catsuit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Michael Loccisano / Staff / Getty Images
Taylor Swift performed on Saturday at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

During her performance, she wore a transparent catsuit that was covered from head to toe with black lace.

This daring look was quite different from the Halloween costume she wore next day.

Taylor Swift wore one of the most daring looks she has ever worn at Saturday's 2021 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

Entertainment Tonight reported that Swift opened the ceremony which honored stars such as Tina Turner, Jay Z and Carole King with a cover King's "Will you Still Love Me Tomorrow" song.

The singer, who will release a reissue of "Red" next Wednesday, was seen on stage in a sheer, black catsuit.

Taylor Swift performs during the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductions Ceremony on Saturday. Kevin Mazur / Contributor / Getty Images

Sarah Regensburger designed the Wicked Catsuit. It was made in transparent cutouts and covered head-to-toe with black lace.

The Sarah Regensburger website states that the garment has a high neckline and scalloped sleeves. At the time of writing, it cost $557.11.

Swift wore a silver Greta Constantine Jumpsuit underneath her Sarah Regensburger piece. It was visible below the lace cutouts giving it a sparkling look.

The outfit was styled by Joseph Cassell Falconer.

After her performance, Swift added a Saint Laurent jacket to her ensemble. She was giving a speech about King’s influence on her.

Swift finished the look with a blazer. Kevin Mazur / Contributor / Getty Images

Lorrie Turk was the makeup artist on the star, and Jemma Muradadian was her hairstylist.

Swift spoke about King in her speech, saying, "I can't remember a time that I didn't love Carole King's songs." She also mentioned that Swift's parents had taught her that Carole King was the "greatest songwriter of all times," Vulture reported.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, King stated that Swift was "like mine professional granddaughter" during her acceptance speech.

Swift wore a Halloween costume on Sunday, a fashion departure from her usual sleek look.

Swift wore a squirrel costume and shared it on Instagram.

The caption she added to the post was "Can't Talk Right Now, I'm Doin Hot Squirt Shit."

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