Taylor Swift Looks Like A Princess In New Video For 'Willow' — Wears Zimmermann Gown

Taylor Swift Looks Like A Princess In New Video For 'Willow' — Wears Zimmermann Gown
Credit: Source: Taylor Swift/Willow/YouTube

Taylor Swift has dropped her first official video for her surprise, quarantine album Evermore that follows Folklore and she looked amazing. The video is for the song "Willow" and it picks up where her hit video "Cardigan" left off. In " Cardigan " Taylor leaves her rustic cabin and enters into a magical world through her piano. She ends up in the water and the same themes take place in "Willow." The main difference is the theme of the song. In "Willow, Taylor is searching for her man and goes on an epic journey in order to find him but what she didn't realize is he was looking for her as well.

There is one portion of the video where Taylor looks like a princess wearing a Zimmerman dress and a delicate tiara with cream-colored pearls and petals. The dress that Taylor Swift wore is called the ZimmermannCharm Star Ruffled Silk-Organza and Guipure Lace maxi dress. Taylor wore the dress in the color beige. It retails for approximately $2,650.

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The tiara is from Jennifer Behr Priscilla tierra and it costs about $1,225.

You may see a photo of Taylor Swift wearing the Zimmermann dress with the matching tiara below.

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Source: Taylor Swift/Instagram

Taylor Swift shared the following message on Instagram before sharing her video.

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Tonight the story continues, as the music video for “willow” drops at midnight eastern. I’m forever grateful to the following creatives who have helped and guided me to be able to direct my own videos: Cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, producer Jil Hardin, 1st AD Joe ‘Oz’ Osbourne, Co-1st AD Ev Salomon, Exec Producer Rebecca Skinner, editor Chancler Haynes, set designers Ethan Tobman and Regina Fernandez and visual effects geniuses Grant Miller and David Lebensfeld. Thank you to our medical inspector who made sure every precaution was taken for our safety. I’ll see you guys in the YouTube premiere page chat before midnight to answer some questions 🧙‍♀️

You may see the video for "Willow" below.

https://youtu.be/RsEZmictANA

What do you think about Taylor Swift's new video? Do you like the Zimmermann dress on Taylor?

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Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities , entertainment , and fashion . Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.

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