Taylor Swift: Prim and Not-So-Proper in Honor Spring 2012 for the “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” Premiere!

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What is it about Taylor Swift that makes us look at her as if she’s such a goody-goody girl?

Maybe it’s her blonde locks and innocent smile; maybe it’s the kind of songs that she writes; or maybe it’s simply because her personality matches her style oh-so perfectly. In fact, just the other week, the country cutie was spotted looking every bit the lady-like, demure, and sweet girl that she is while attending the premiere of her latest project, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, with her voice over co-star, Zac Efron.

For the event, Taylor wore a knee-length ivory dress from Honor’s Spring 2012 Collection styled with nude scallop-trimmed peep toes by O Jour. The dress, a conservative-looking number with cutouts on the sides, features an interesting neckline shaped like a peter pan collar held in place with illusion fabric.

Although statement heels in a contrasting hue would have created a more stunning combination, Taylor still looked gorgeous in her prim yet not-so-proper frock:

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift in a Honor Spring 2012 dress and kitten slingback heels at the premiere of “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax” held at held at the Universal Citywalk in Los Angeles on February 19, 2012

How do you like Taylor’s dress? It’s very unique, isn’t it?

If you like it, you can try checking ASOS to see if it’s available. ASOS is the only store we know that sells Honor dresses online.

You may also try mesh-detailed cutout dresses. Here’s one from For Love & Lemons called the ‘Casablanca’ dress:

Casablanca Dress For Love & LemonsFor Love & Lemons ‘Casablanca’ Dress, $115

Credit: Nikki Nelson/WENN

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