Here’s the thing. I’m a fan of Taylor Swift. But here’s the other thing. I’m not obsessive. Sure I bought her music and she also happens to be the only artist I’ve consistently listened too through those years. However I’m not someone who buys merch or art inspired by her on Etsy. Nor have I ever gone to a concert. The Internet is currently freaking out (to the point of extreme I think!) over her Eras Tour, which celebrates her many musical eras. This means many are planning outfits and ideas of what to wear to Swift’s tour. While it seems a little late to publish this, I saw someone else post something on Instagram this past week and I thought, I can too then, right? So here we are, looking at Taylor Swift Eras tour outfit ideas. Because why not shake it up a bit?✨💃🏻TAYLOR SWIFT ERAS TOUR CONCERT OUTFIT INSPIRATION AND IDEAS✨💃🏻 LOOKING AT #TAYLORSWIFT OUTFIT IDEAS FOR #THEERASTOUR. #FASHION #ERASTOUR #ERASTOURIDEAS #OUTFITIDEAS Click To Tweet
The Eras Tour is in full swing having kicked off its first show last weekend in Arizona on March 17. I’m also not fan enough to pay the prices required to see Swift in concert. Does this mean I’d NEVER seen one of her shows? No. But right now, it’s not going to happen. Nonetheless, we’ll do a bit of Internet sleuthing to find some ideas and inspiration in case you’re one going – and I’m going to try hard not to use Taylor Swift’s name in any of my search bars. Let’s get looking.
TAYLOR SWIFT ERAS TOUR OUTFIT IDEAS
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THE ORIGINAL ERA
Ok, so for Taylor’s debut album which was simply her name, it was all simple white dress and butterfly imagery. Of course, cowboy boots(1) fits the era well too. A white dress like this with butterflies(2) is an idea as is this white midi dress(3). Finish either of these off with some fun butterfly clips like this brighter shade of blue(4); or smaller sized mix set. A delicate white sleeve floral shirt(5) or white spaghetti strap shirt with a bow detail in the back(6) are cute options with shorts(7) or the flare jeans(8). If you want to step away from a white flowing dress, there’s these high waisted, straight let jeans with butterfly imagery(9) (or flowers(10)) something that would pair with a white tee and tennis shoes maybe? Less cowgirl but still picks up on the era’s look.
THE FEARLESS ERA
The most iconic, outside of the album cover, shoot session for this is Taylor on the bed in a simple white dress. This spaghetti strap midi(11) fits as this ecru style short dress(12). Another look that was at its height in this shoot was plaid like this pocket dress(13). More options is this casual v-neck dress(14); a button up plaid shirt(15) is always safe. Playing more into her Fearless (Taylor’s Version) cover shot, here’s a peasant style blouse in a cream color(16) or there’s a second, similar style only one that has lots more movement(17) that would fit too. Finally, there’s a silver mini dress(18), which was also part of the photo shoot looks.
THE SPEAK NOW ERA
Photoshoots of this one features that infamous (though perhaps photo shopped color?) purple gown.. One option are these lilac purple wide leg denim pants(19). If you’re less about dresses but still want that same kind of pretty purple look, this off the shoulder blouse(20) is a nice alternative. Speaking of dresses, this off the shoulder style is one option(21); a purple bodycon style(22) if that’s more your thing; and this pretty bow tie (front) option with pretty ruffles(23).
THE RED ERA
In this photoshoot, Swift really leans into a more feminine style in her first kind of “grown up” album shoot. It’s very vintage inspired and yet girly with its bows and lace. I like this v-neck dress for the red era(24). More unexpected is this checked dress(25) with ruffled lace details; or this button front skirt with bow detailing. Similar to a blouse she wore, this tiered dress(26) is a pretty option as is this lace detail blouse that screams girly and feminine(27). This embroidered blouse(28) or a pleated sleeveless blouse(29) are pretty options, too. And this may be the last album where a cowboy boot like these Burgundy ones(30) fit.
Her more iconic look is a pair of black shorts like this high rise pair(31) or these elastic high waist shorts. The look completed with a black stripe tee, of which there are plenty of options. This would include 3/4 sleeve boat neck tee(32); a mock turtleneck(33); poplin button up blouse(34); or a checked blouse.
THE 1989 ERA
This shoot reminds me somewhat of Red’s only it leans more into the sophisticated adult styling. Lots of cropped tops or two piece sets. There’s this two piece linen short set(35) (or this ruffled set) or a sleeveless round neck two piece short set(36). We have this fun ruffle sleeve cloud dress(37); some pinafore styles like this black dress option(38) or a flared suspender style(39). There’s this skater skirt in a vibrant green(40) print. These paperbag style ruffle shorts(41) will have a similar illusion to a skirt. Swift also wears a blue leather jacket in one shot something like this (with zipper details) royal blue(42) or this softer blue shade(43). We’re also carrying over the pair of black shorts(44) from the Red Era, too,
THE REPUATION ERA
For this era, it’s all dark, creepy (I’m not a reptile person!) imagery. We found this cropped puff sleeve jacket(45); this asymmetrical high low blouse(46) (how to style this?); and of course, a leather jacket fits(47). Another option is a black utility jumpsuit(48) that you could layer up with dark jewelry and edgy boots. These high rise jeans are in a black wash with some “paneling”(49); this patchwork style is more unique and looks fitting(50); or a pair of cargo jean hybrid(51). If you’re less about darkness, there’s these khaki high rise jeans with black stars as a print(52). Pair it with a black tee plus a combat boot(53) and you have a solid look without all the black tones. There’s high-rise black shorts plus there’s a black faux leather skater skirt(54) or this net sleeve top(55) fits.
THE LOVER ERA
Pastels rule the Lover photos. Something like a “romantic” off the shoulder dress fits(56); or this multi-color v-neck flutter style(57); an iridescent sequin dress(58); or finally, this purple set(59) looks cool. There’s a couple jumpsuit options including one v-neck collared version or a utility button down(60). Next, a ruffled off the shoulder two piece set in a pretty pink(61). If you’re less into the pastel feminine looks, there’s a mesh pastel shirt (don’t care for the styling, but I do think it could be styled cute)(62) or these pink cargo style jeans. Pair it with your favorite white tee and layer it up with some pretty pastel jewelry or this flower choker style necklace.
As finishing touches, we found a holographic zip up that could be fun styled. There’s a long sleeve white blouse(63) (in homage to the fringe jacket); a fringe jacket like this jean jacket option, or a pink fringe(64); or a star jacket minus fringe.
THE FOLKLORE AND EVERMORE ERA
Stylistically, this feels like the same look only one is more summer-esque, the other autumn. This button down v-neck midi (65) reminds me of Swift’s Folklore cover, which you could pair with a jean jacket. Another option is this flutter sleeve dress(66). This knit flower sweater(67) looks fitting for this era. This checked a-line, tulle skirt(68) reminds of a shift checked dress she wears.
We have to include a cardigan or two like this button down oatmeal cardi(69); a pretty sleeve detail cardi(70); or cropped cardigan in a khaki shade(71). Pretty too is this belted ruffle sweater(72). We’re also going to throw this pinafore dress(73) on the board plus this zipper detail one in a similar style. These baggy jeans(74) feel perhaps too modern and off brand, but they fit the Evermore era color palette.
THE MIDNIGHTS ERA
Leaning into the 70s look for this shoot. One of Taylor’s looks in this recent album shoot looks like a pair of corduroy type pants. We found these in a coffee shade(75) which she has with a turtleneck type shirt or this corduroy v-neck sleeveless pinafore dress(76). For shirts, this lace detail sweater(77) looks like a possible option as does this sunflower top(78). More possibilities include this super simple button detail tank(79) or a crochet daisy tank(80). This flower cardigan(81) looks fitting or go brighter with this cardigan featuring fun wavy stripes(82). This brick red (burnt orange) top looks very 70s(83), we also have an olive green peasant style blouse(84); a bell sleeve tie shirt; and embroidered lace detail shirt(85) is fun.
Though she doesn’t wear anything like this, this “daisy haze” dress kind of has the same look as her styling. We’re also adding this denim dress(86); a pencil dress; and cute checked dress(87) to the board. More options include this vintage style shaggy cardigan and these funky bell bottoms.
Like Speak Now and even Lover, lavender is a shade theme. These same wide leg Lilac denim works depending on which look you want: warm hued 70s or pastel 70s shading. There’s also a lavender button up jumpsuit; or two piece set in a fun kind of green that looks funky. Finally, there’s some mirrorball vibes with this purple dress.
What do you think? Did we get any right? Would you use any of these ideas? Did anything here inspire you? What do you plan to wear to Swift’s concert – or are you even going? (We want to see all the photos! Find us on social media and share!) What type of Swift fan are you? Comment all the comments below. Let’s chat.
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