Taylor Swift Brought the Heat in Black Lace Catsuit for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Performance

Taylor Swift may not be in her Reputation era anymore, but she was channeling that energy at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductions this past weekend.

The “Wildest Dreams” singer attended the event to help pay tribute to another famous singer-songwriter: Carole King.

There, Swift and Respect star Jennifer Hudson each gave individual performances that honored the work of the musical legend, with Swift doing a cover of the King-penned “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” while Hudson performed a (fitting) rendition of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” which King, Gerry Goffin and Jerry Wexler wrote for Aretha Franklin.

However, while Swift nailed her performance, we couldn't take our eyes off of her black lace catsuit.

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Thanks to the Instagram account @taylorswiftstyled, we learned that Swift was donning the Wicked Lace Catsuit by Sarah Regensburger and Greta Constantine. She paired the skin-tight suit with other black pieces to make it a monochromatic 'fit, including a pair of mansion ankle boots from Louis Vuitton and a single-breasted blazer from Yves Saint Laurent layered on top. However, she added a small hint of color by wearing a shiny gold bodysuit underneath the lace design.

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In addition to her attention-grabbing outfit, Swift's speech for King was just as winning, where she said, “Carole taught artists like me that telling your own story is worth the work and struggle it takes to earn the opportunity for your story to be heard...She created the purest works of love and strength and catharsis.”

Well done, Tay.

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Joel is the Associate Editor for News & Entertainment and has been reporting on all things pop culture for over 5 years. Before working at PureWow, he served as a Features...