This Week's Best Dressed Star: Taylor Swift -- But Not in the Dress You Expect!

11/30/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Trend report: sequins, sheer sleevesJohn Sciulli/Getty

Taylor Swift pretty much won the internet this past week. She sang backup for Bon Jovi. With Prince William. She wore an insanely gorgeous white Reem Acra gown that was most likely added to hundreds of wedding planning Pinterest boards. She showed up to the American Music Awards in a stunning gold mini … and went home with a handful of awards. And now, she’s earning the title of PEOPLE’s Most Loved Look of the Week.

RELATED PHOTOS: See the other 9 most loved looks of the week!

The singer rose to the top of the red carpet pack in a second-skin maroon Hervé L. Leroux dress with sheer sleeves and a flattering criss-cross design at the waist. She added a coordinating red lip, funky half-pumps-half-booties and a cocktail ring for the Weinstein Company holiday party in West Hollywood.

She beat out Olivia Palermo in sequins, Zoë Saldana in Calvin Klein Collection, Emmy Rossum in fancy pants, but most surprisingly, Swift beat out herself in her other looks from the past week. (We, for one, would have given her the crown for her AMAs mini or that amazing Reem Acra.)

Do you think Taylor Swift deserves the title of Best Dressed Star of the Week? Should she have won with another dress?

–Zoë Ruderman

See previous winners of the Best Dressed title:

Salma Hayek in serious sparkles
Kate Beckinsale gives us hair and wardrobe envy
Jessica Alba beats out a royal

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