Taylor Swift stole the show on the red carpet in a sparkly sequined romper with $546 butterfly heels

Rompers are a casual warm-weather wardrobe staple, but Taylor Swift just proved they can also make for a major show-stopping moment on the red carpet.

The “Delicate” singer stole the show when she arrived at the iHeart Radio Music Awards on Thursday wearing a shimmering romper by Rose Bloom. The romper retails for £185 (approximately $US246) and is still available in a size small (a UK 10-12 or US 6-8) at the time of writing.

Her romper was covered in iridescent purple sequins that sparkled as she made her way down the carpet. The cape sleeves added an extra touch of flowy elegance.

Swift paired the glittering romper with equally eye-catching shoes. Her $US546 heels by Sophia Webster had a playful butterfly design at the heel that showcased the colourful and whimsical style Swift has become known for.

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Swift’s video for “Delicate” ended up taking home the trophy for best music video, while her “Reputation Stadium Tour” won for best tour.

This isn’t the first time Swift has worn a romper on the red carpet. She previously wore a blue design by Mary Katrantzou to the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards.

Swift’s rompers may have been show-stoppers, but she’s not the only celebrity to prove that rompers can be fit for the red carpet.

Rita Ora wore a flowing caped romper by Ashi Couture to the VH1 Trailblazer Honours in February.

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“Bumblebee” star Hailee Steinfeld opted for a glamorous version by Elie Saab for the 2016 American Music Awards.

Hailee steinfeldJordan Strauss/Invision/AP ImageHailee Steinfeld opted for a belted design.

Kristen Stewart went with an eye-catching floral print by Zuhair Murad for the “American Ultra” premiere in August 2015.

If Swift’s latest appearance is anything to go by, it looks like rompers might join jumpsuits and snakeskin designs as a major red-carpet trend in 2019.

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