Community·Updated on Nov 5, 20217 Iconic Taylor Swift Red Carpet Looks I Recreated With Nothing But A Glue Gun And Some FabricAnd this year's took 45 hours to finish.by fearlessfallonCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink I'm a huge Taylor Swift fan and a few years ago I started recreating her red carpet looks for costume parties. The only catch is: I didn't sew any of them. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via makeagif.com 1. 2015 Grammys in Elie Saab Jon Kopaloff / FilmMagic, Fallon Wilson Found these shoes at GoodWill for $10 and knew I had to make this dress. 2. 2018 AMAs in Balmain Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images, Fallon Wilson This look took 150 hot-glue sticks, 3000 tiny mirrors (I only ordered 1500 and had to expedite 1500 more), and a few burnt fingertips. 3. 2018 Grammys in Versace Jeff Vespa / WireImage, Fallon Wilson This was the first look I ever attempted and I learned quickly that hot-gluing pleats while the skirt is on your body is *not* advised. 4. 2019 Golden Globes in Versace Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images for InStyle, Fallon Wilson I searched for *weeks* to find this fabric, but once I did, the dress itself only took around 8 hours to make. 5. 2019 Time 100 Gala in J. Mendel Jamie Mccarthy / WireImage, Fallon Wilson Fun fact: this dress cost only $25 to make and the belt is actually just a covered shoelace! 6. 2020 Golden Globes in Etro Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images, Fallon Wilson I refused to buy fabric that didn't closely resemble this print, so I made the dress in blue fabric and hand-painted the flowers 😅 Note to self: Taffeta & paint do not get along very well. 7. 2021 Grammys in Oscar de la Renta Kevin Mazur / Getty Images for The Recording Academy, Fallon Wilson These flowers were also hand-painted, but then hand-cut and glued on individually. Does this make me out of my mind? Absolutely. Am I most proud of this one? Without a doubt. 45 hours well spent! To see more detailed photos of these looks, check out my instagram!