Taylor Swift, queen of hiding Easter eggs and subliminal messages in her videos, has done it again. The pop star just released yet another genius music video for her new song, "I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor's Version (From the Vault)," that's sure to have us searching for clues for days. And this time, the video entirely takes place at a wedding—Miles Teller's to be exact.
In the video, directed by Swift's good friend Blake Lively, the singer crashes the wedding of a guy who appears to be her ex (played by Teller) and his current bride (played by Teller's real-life wife Keleigh Teller). Wearing a series of different bright red outfits, Swift plays the role of a variety of wedding guests, from an unruly flower girl to the best man giving a speech to a waiter.
Throughout the video, Swift continually distracts the groom from his wedding duties, which leads us to believe she's on his mind, even though he's in the process of marrying a different woman (hence the lyrics, "I bet you think about me"). And since the new song is part of Swift's re-release of her iconic "Red" album, the entire video is bursting with color.
In fact, there's only one Swift ensemble that lacks the red motif throughout the entire video (which is over six minutes long): a seriously stunning ball gown wedding dress. During the bridge of the song, the singer-songwriter appears in front of the groom in a custom angelic Nicole + Felicia couture wedding gown that trails out behind her in a full skirt of 3D tulle flowers.
However, Swift's picturesque bridal moment doesn't last long. The two begin to dance without music, implying that the groom is picturing a first dance that could've been. After a minute of silence, hand-in-hand swaying, Swift hikes up her dress to reveal red Converse high-top sneakers, and walks away, leaving Teller's character staring after her. Her white gown then suddenly turns into a vibrant ruby version, which features over two thousand hand-crafted floral appliqués.
This isn't the first time Swift has worn a wedding dress in a music video. Back in her 2010 video for "Mine," she donned a strapless Reem Acra gown during a scene that showed her leaving a church after her character's nuptials. In her "Willow" music video from last year, Swift wore a wedding-worthy, cottage-core ivory gown, which she paired with an off-white ornate metal flower crown that she wore in her braided hair.
This latest bridal look, and the overall wedding theme of the video, even has some fans theorizing that it means the singer officially tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend, Joe Alwyn. Swift fans have long been looking for confirmation that the singer is married—she sparked similar wedding rumors with the aforementioned dress from the "Willow" video. While the speculation isn't confirmed, we'd certainly love to see Swift's real-life wedding, which will hopefully include at least a few of her signature red accents.