Taylor Swift attended the Country Music Association Awards nine times between 2006 and 2016.
In that time, she wore red ensembles, golden gowns, and a see-through dress with a cutout.
Here's a look at Swift's CMA outfits, ranked from least to most iconic.
There are few awards Taylor Swift hasn't won at this point in her career. But a Country Music Association Award isn't one of them.
Since her first appearance at the awards show in 2006, Swift has taken home 10 CMA trophies. In that time period, she's also worn a handful of now-iconic gowns at the event.
Here's a look at her CMA Awards outfits, ranked from least to most iconic.
Taylor Swift wore a classic red gown to the 2010 CMA Awards — but it wasn't the most memorable.
Designed by Monique Lhuillier, Swift's red dress was strapless with a sweetheart neckline.
It had ruching at the waist and a floor-length skirt with a thigh-high slit, and Swift accessorized with diamond earrings.
She opted for a dramatic look at her first CMA Awards in 2006.
While her black, sleeveless gown would have worked perfectly for a prom, the mermaid-style dress fell a bit flat on the red carpet.
Still, Swift pulled the look together with sparkling, elbow-length gloves that added a fun touch.
Her gray dress in 2011 blended into the red-carpet background.
Swift looked stunning in the J. Mendel dress, which was strapless and form-fitting. It also featured a tulle train that extended behind her.
But compared to other gowns Swift wore at the CMAs over the years, this glamorous, gray garment was more simple than iconic.
Swift was fully in her "Red" era when she attended the 2013 event.
Elie Saab designed the berry-red gown, which was sleeveless and covered in a beaded design across its bodice and full skirt.
Though maybe not the most memorable, the dress made for one of Swift's most elegant ensembles at the CMA Awards, especially thanks to its open-back design.
Swifites will remember the golden princess dress she wore at the 2007 show.
Months before releasing "Love Story" to the world, Swift stepped onto the CMAs red carpet in a golden gown with a sparkling corset bodice and ruffled satin skirt.
And to complete her princess look, Swift also wore an updo hairstyle and glowing makeup.
Swift chose a sweet and simple gown for the 2012 CMAs.
Designed by Jenny Packham, the gown was crafted from tan lace and embellished with red and gold sequins in rose shapes.
The dress fit Swift perfectly with a knot in the middle of its bodice and a short train.
But she stole the show in 2008 with a metallic number.
Swift walked the red carpet that year in a black mesh gown covered in tiny mirror pieces. It was sleeveless with a deep neckline, and its skirt extended to the floor.
The gown was custom-made for Swift by Kaufmanfranco.
The see-through gown Swift wore in 2016 is still one of her most daring looks to date.
Though she skipped the 2016 red carpet, Swift made a surprise appearance onstage to present the entertainer of the year award. And her outfit that night continues to be unforgettable.
She wore a Julien Macdonald dress for the occasion, which had a halter neckline, waist cutout, and sparkling black stripes that extended across its semi-sheer fabric.
Swift's most iconic CMAs dress is the golden ball gown she wore in 2009.
Swift established her glamorous, princess-esque style early in career — and few outfits embody it as perfectly as her 2009 CMAs dress.
She wore a classic ball-gown silhouette in a tan shade with a tulle skirt and sweetheart, strapless neckline. The dress was also covered in gold sparkles across its bodice, which extended in sharp points below the waistline.
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