Shop outfits inspired by Taylor Swift albums in time for 2023 Eras Tour

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Taylor Swift may be done rehearsing for her much-awaited Eras Tour — but are you ready for it?

The pop phenom’s sprawling series of concerts kicks off May 17 in Glendale, Ariz., marking her first shows since 2018’s “Reputation” tour — and no doubt the realization of many lucky ticket holders’ “Wildest Dreams.”

And with the tour billed as a “a journey through all of [Swift’s] musical eras,” audience members’ outfits are sure to reference her just as many style eras, from her crop top-clad “1989” days to the “Bejeweled” disco-chic designs of her latest “Midnights” era.

So if  you’re planning to mix and match eras (as Swift herself did with her album cover-themed manicure recently) or embody a specific style, we’ve broken down beauty and fashion options inspired by eras past and present. 

Whether it’s that “red lip classic thing that you like,” a bit of “Reputation”-era edge or something in between, keep scrolling to shop looks practically tailor-made (or rather, Taylor-made) for each album.


Taylor Swift in a black dress with a sparkly skirt
“Midnights” just might be Swift’s sparkliest era yet.

Best believe plenty of concert-goers will be making the whole stadium shimmer with their “Midnights”-inspired look. Glittery getups have emerged as a hallmark of Swift’s most recent era, from her sequined Louis Vuitton gown at the Toronto Film Festival to her disco-inspired The Blonds jumpsuit at the AMAs.

Channel the look for less with pieces like the All Bling Slip ($168) from Free People (a brand Swift herself loves) or the label’s aptly named Disco Bra ($70). If you’re looking for something a little more budget-friendly, there’s also the starry Verdusa Velvet Galaxy Print Top ($26) on Amazon.

Inspired by Swift’s more nighttime-hued looks instead? Try the PatBo Crystal Embellished Cutout Mini Dress ($627, originally $895) or go with the blue velvet Alice + Olivia Jenna Bustier ($275).

A model in a disco bra
Free People

FP x EastNWestLabel Disco Bra ($70)


Verdusa Velvet Galaxy Print Top ($26)


Taylor Swift holding a Grammy while wearing a floral dress
Taylor Swift embraced nature-inspired prints and woodsy flannels in her “Folklore” era.
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For all the folks channeling “Folklore” and “Evermore,” woodsy style selections abound. While you might be sweltering wearing a “Cardigan” (or an “Evermore”-esque checked coat, for that matter) in the summertime, consider tying a flannel like the Madewell Crop Shirt-Jacket ($80, originally $118) around your waist for a pop of plaid.


Madewell Crop Shirt-Jacket ($80, originally $118)


Taylor Swift in a pink dres
Go for goddess-like fashion if you’re channeling “Lover.”

With Swift touring until August, we’re forecasting a less-thancruel summer. And the star’s “Lover” style was all about bright pops of bubblegum pink and pastel prints, a perfect fit for warmer weather.

Capture the romance with ethereal styles like the Romwe Off Shoulder Flounce Party Mini Dress ($43), or channel Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” music video earrings with the Kate Spade Shining Spade Heart Hoops ($29).


Taylor Swift with a guitar
Taylor Swift added plenty of dark colors and snake-print styles to her closet during the “Reputation” era.
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Slide (or should we say slither?) into “Reputation”-inspired styles like the Snake Ring ($150) from Swift-approved jewelry label Awe Inspired, which also comes in necklace form ($155). If it’s Swift’s sparkly stage looks you’re after, pair the bling with an equally eye-catching black bodysuit like H:ours’ Silvana style ($68).

The “Reputation” album cover itself also makes for a hot-off-the-presses costume; just picked up a newspaper-inspired style like the Newsprint High Rise Straight Long Jeans ($188) from Reformation, a brand also frequently seen on Swift.

A silver snake-shaped ring
Awe Inspired

Awe Inspired Snake Ring ($150)


Taylor Swift in a purple skirt and sunglasses
Welcome Swift to New York (or whichever city you’re seeing her in) with a “1989”-themed ‘fit.
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Throw it all the way back to 1989 (or 2014, when the album was released) with crop tops like the Charmian Colorful Rhinestone Push Up Bra (from $49), which has over 1,000 largely positive reviews on Amazon. 


Taylor Swift sporting leather shorts on her
Swift sported leather-look shorts on her “Red” tour.

Long before “Maroon,” there was “Red.” Capture the essence of the “22” music video with a pair of Armear Oversized Heart Shaped Retro Sunglasses ($11) and the Abercrombie & Fitch Curve Love Vegan Leather Dad Short ($56, originally $70).

If it’s “Red (Taylor’s Version)” you’re hoping to emulate, try the Free People Phoebe Slouchy Lieutenant Cap ($38).

A model in a red cap
Free People

Free People Phoebe Slouchy Lieutenant Cap ($38)

Speak Now

Taylor Swift in a purple dress
Channel Swift’s “Speak Now” era with a ponytail-and-dress combo.
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Perhaps Swift meant it literally when she sang, “It was the end of an era, but the start of an age.” After all, “Speak Now” marked her final album before her shift into pop stardom — and the first of her eras where she regularly wore her signature red lipsticks, which include MAC’s Matte Lipstick in Ruby Woo ($22).

Copy one of the most instantly recognizable looks of the era, Swift’s purple tour dress, with a similar style like Lulus’ Sensational Scene Purple Mini Dress ($35).

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Taylor Swift in a white dress in 2008
Taylor Swift’s career kicked off with country-inspired style.

Go back to Swift’s country roots (and her first two album eras) with Western footwear, like the Gaucho Two Tone Cowboy Boot ($70, originally $95), and a breezy sundress, like the Madewell Button-Front Tiered Midi Dress ($115).


Gaucho Two Tone Cowboy Boot ($70, originally $95)

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