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Love Taylor Swift’s Style? Here Are Some Eras-Inspired Looks to Wear to Her Tour

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Taylor Swift’s Eras tour will be back in the states soon! Need something to wear?

Whether you’re waiting until the second round of U.S. shows, or plan on hitting up an international tour date, we’re here to help you get dressed in your best Swift-inspired fits.

 

Fellow Swifties, Billboard’s Tetris Kelly and The Hollywood Reporter’s Tiffany Taylor, teamed up to create a mini style guide for fans who want to channel multiple eras — and everything’s available at Amazon.

Tune in to talkshoplive on Thursday (July 11) to check out Billboard’s Eras Tour-inspired looks including an all-white, bedazzled outfit that channels the Tortured Poets era, complete with a ruffle blouse, similar to Swift wardrobe in the “Fortnite” music video.

To finish off the Tortured Poets look, Taylor paired the collared shirt with a white skirt and platform sneakers – because comfort is key when you’re at a concert. The bedazzled sneakers can help you put together outfits for different Swift eras including Midnights and Speak Now-inspired looks.  

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Taylor recreated Swift’s Grammy’s look with a strapless, white dress inspired by the Roseberry gown that she wore on music’s biggest night. Plus, accessories inspired by Swift’s Grammy’s glam including long black gloves and black choker. The pop store wore a long gown for the Grammys, but Swifties can shorten the look to make it suitable for a concert.

The international leg of the Eras Tour launched earlier this year and is currently traveling through Europe. The tour will stop in Germany from July 17-28 before heading back to London for five nights at Wembley Stadium starting on Aug. 15.

The second U.S. leg of the Eras Tour kicks off in Miami on Oct. 19.

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