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T-Swizzle Gets Glamourous For Italy

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Taylor Swift is on the cover of November's Glamour Italia looking as cute as ever.

The Speak Now songstress also gave the mag a few tidbits on her style and fashion choices.

On being charming and confident:

"Being charming means not feeling inadequate if you enter a room and you realize that everybody's wearing low heels shoes while you're the only one wearing high heels…you have to be confident"

On being herself:

"I never changed to be liked by a man. If I feel like changing I'm doing it for myself. The trick is simple: to be liked by others you have to feel comfortable with who you are and what you're wearing"

On her photoshoot:

"Glamour photoshoot made me find out a different part of myself, one more rock and futuristic. I think fashion is really fun because it allows you to play with different styles. I really like Italian designers like Roberto Cavalli, his dresses seem made for me, like the ones I wore during his fashion show in Milan and his party for his career in Paris"

On her favorite looks from the spread:

"In these pages, I wore dresses that I'd like to have in my closet. The short black dress, I would wear it with a night out with friends"

On advice she received from her mom:

"My mom taught me that it's better to be noticed because you're overdressed rather than because you're shabby"

Love it!

What do U think of Taylor's Italian photo shoot???

[Images courtesy of Glamour Italia.]

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