Channel Your Inner Taylor Swift with These Outfits

Looking for outfit inspo? Well, look no further than pop/country queen Taylor Swift. We’re here to help you build up a wardrobe as versatile as T-Swift’s albums, by walking you through six of her iconic music eras and pairing them with outfits to match!

Fearless Era

For a look that will have you “dancing in the storm in [your] best dress, fearless”, opt for flowy fabrics and feminine cuts! Pick a midi dress with an empire waist that lends itself to a classic silhouette. Embrace your inner Juliet with a simple sweet-heart neckline, balancing it out with big curls and a cat eye-liner moment.

Red Era

The formula for this one is simple: cropped top, and high-waisted shorts. Try a stripe-trimmed little sweater like this one, and  pair it with sleek faux-leather shorts for a sporty yet girly look. Finish up with a bold red lip. Don’t feel blue; loving this ‘fit will certainly be red.

Reputation Era

Unleash your inner edgy babe with a striking dark look. Up the oomph factor with textured fabrics like mesh, leather and velvet. Sticking to a statement-making one-piece like this will let you make an impact without having to rely on accessories. Throw on thigh-high boots if you’d like. This outfit will certainly help you reach peak hotness and confidence. “Are you ready for it?”

Lover Era

If  you’d like to have a “dazzling haze, a mysterious way about you dear,” then turn to pastel pinks, purples and blues. Rock the pretty and relaxing aesthetic with a soft, natural make-up look and cute earrings. Don’t shy away from floral prints and short summery dresses. Playful waves and body glitter will bring you full circle.

Folklore Era

Hop on the cottagecore bandwagon, because you’re doing “good, on some new s–t” and it’s time to look the part. Throw on a flower crown and seek out warm, earthy tones. When in doubt, opt for a corset top you can easily pair with a multitiered skirt.

Evermore Era

Who says beauty has to come at the cost of comfort? Go for a classic, slouchy, plaid look to mark your “comeback, stronger than a 90s trend.” Balance out the oversized top with a stripped-back makeup look and neat fishtail braid. The best part about this look? You can easily dress it up or down with the right combination of footwear and accessories.

Which Taylor Swift inspired outfit are you most likely to try? Drop a comment below and let us know!

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