Taylor Swift Butterfly Shoes: Spotted at iHeartRadio Music Awards

Taylor Swift is seen in Sophia Webster Butterfly Heels.

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Taylor Swift is always in the controversies and now she has been seen wearing the Sophia Webster Butterfly sandals with the butterfly wings which were affixed to the heels. She wore this at iHeartRadio Music Awards. She was recognised by the cat-lady first then she unleashed the snakes and now she is recognised as the butterfly after coming out of her cocoon. There are many perceptions arising after she is seen in those heels. She Instagrammed her two photos flaunting her expensive heels.

 

 

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Bout to walk out on the @iheartradio carpet, thought I’d show you first ?

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Bout to walk out on the @iheartradio carpet, thought I’d show you first ?

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Interestingly we are going to see many theories which are justifying Taylor Swift wearing that Sophia Webster Butterfly Shoes. Taylor always tries to symbolize everything and that’s why fans always get excited. Fans are connecting the butterfly heels to the release of her new song. She also told something in her speech which pushed the fans to relate this with the upcoming song.

Another logic which fans are making is the theme of the next Tour, as she wore snake covered Gucci boots and snakeskin Kate Spade backpack during Reputation tour. Taylor has feuded with Kim Kardashian and everybody know it. This started when Kim Kardashian used snake emoji on social media.

This butterfly can symbolize the rebirth of Taylor Swift and she is ready to leave all the feuds with everyone. She got Tour of the Year Award and told about her new song in the acceptance speech. Taylor is also collaborating with Kacey Musgraves.

 

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