Taylor Swift is set to be honored at the 2019 American Music Awards this weekend!

On Sunday, the 29-year-old "Lover" star will be receiving the Artist of the Decade Award at the ceremony, where she's also nominated for five more awards, including Artist of the Year. But before she steps inside to the ceremony, T.Swift is likely to hit the red carpet, where she'll show off her signature style.

Last year, the superstar singer turned heads in a silver Balmain dress, paired with matching boots. Along with the gorgeous ensemble, Swift donned Ofira Jewels earrings, as well as rings by Lorraine Schwartz and Ofira Jewels. After striking a pose on the red carpet, Swift did a wardrobe change into a fierce bodysuit for her performance of "I Did Something Bad" off of her Reputation album.

Going into this weekend, Swift's fans can't wait to see what she'll wear on the red carpet and on the stage for her highly-anticipated performance.

Swift, who is in the middle of a battle with Scooter Braun and Big Machine Label Group's Scott Borchetta over the rights to her music, is said to be gearing up for an amazing performance that will be a celebration of her stellar career.

While we wait to see Swift on Sunday, let's take a look back at her AMAs style over the years!

Taylor Swift, 2007 American Music Awards

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Taylor Swift, 2008 American Music Awards

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Taylor Swift, 2010 American Music Awards

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Taylor Swift, 2011 American Music Awards

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Taylor Swift, 2012 American Music Awards

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Taylor Swift, 2013 American Music Awards

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Taylor Swift, American Music Awards 2014

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Taylor Swift, 2018 American Music Awards, 2018 AMAs

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The 2019 American Music Awards will take place this Sunday, Nov. 24, on ABC.

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