Taylor Swift Experiments With a More Grown-Up Street Style

06/19/2014 at 07:35 PM ET

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Taylor Swift is the queen of the sweet sundress and prim lace-up Oxford heel, which is why her latest series of “exiting the gym” glamour shots makes us wonder if she’s taking her wardrobe in a new direction. The star rarely gets it wrong in the style department, and her last three looks are no exception — but from the shoes to the styles, they are a little different for her. Let’s discuss.

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First and most surprising: The Aqua crop top and circle skirt she wore with a structured satchel and lace-up platforms, plus a loose low bun, to meet the newest (and cutest) member of her family. Swift loves to play up her long legs but rarely flashes any midriff, so this was a fun girlie twist on her usual A-line dresses.

Next, she sported a fun black romper and ankle-strap peep toe heels with a looser version of her curly bob. Though this look had some all-grown-up glamour thanks to the hemline, the fact that it was a onesie (and the heart-shaped Gelareh Mizrahi bag she paired with it) kept the look playful instead of too sexy. And finally, she went for an updated version of her favorite cigarette pants-and-sweater look with an origami-structured button-up, heels and a sweet scarf tied in her hair. And of course, the one constant throughout: her go-to red lipstick.

Which of Swift’s street styles are you loving most?

–Alex Apatoff

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