Taylor Swift has many outfit changes specific to each era on her tour! Let’s take a look at the meaning behind some of them!
This was the opening era so Taylor had to be bold of course. She wore a pink and blue bejeweled Versace bodysuit paired with Christian Louboutin glitter boots when she performed “Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince.” She wore this because it was a more bold and confident version of the bodysuit she wore for the Lover tour.
When performing “The Man,” she wore a silver sequin Versace blazer over her bodysuit she wore from the Lover tour. This provided a new look while sticking with an original piece. The idea of a blazer provides a businesswoman vibe, which shows power. The sequins put it over the top.
She wore another Versace bodysuit in a gold and silver combination with boots that matched when performing “Daylight.” This song refers to being “brighter” and repeatedly says “golden,” therefore she had to have a shiny gold outfit.
Taylor started this era off by wearing a gold Roberto Cavalli fringe dress that was just a more modernized version of the one she wore in 2009. She added a glitter silver guitar to really bring us back in time.
A different night, she wore a longer ombre version to keep us on our toes.
Taylor wore a burnt orange Etro dress with gold embroidery to create the vibe for this album people thought she hated. She wore these colors because they perfectly matched the colors she used on the album cover.
Taylor wore an asymmetrical snake bodysuit that was a custom Roberto Cavalli piece. It was black and red and one side went all the way down her leg and the other side was cut as shorts. The red part of this one piece were snakes which created a revenge vibe. She chose this unique look because it mirrors the idea that there’s multiple sides of her which she analyzes in the album. It was also a more developed version of the black sequined bodysuit with one sleeve that she had worn for the Reputation tour.
Speak Now Era
Taylor wore an iconic pink ball gown with gold flakes by Nicole + Felicia. This dress clearly was meant to bring us back in time to the sparkly gold gown she had worn in 2014. The fact that the dress was a different color, but still included the iconic gold color was amazing.
A different night, Taylor opted for a pink ball gown with some silver beading by Zuhair Murad. Fans suspect she is re-recording the album and does not want to draw attention to it.
Taylor wore almost the same shirt as back in the day that said “Not A Lot Going On At The Moment.” Instead, on the opening night it read “A Lot Going On At The Moment.” She paired it with the same black hat as well. For other nights of the tour, she wore shirts that had different phrases. One said “Who’s Taylor Swift Anyway? Ew” while a third shirt said “We Are Never Getting Back Together Like Ever.” Everyone knows Taylor considers the smallest details and likes to drop hints, especially through color schemes. Fans believe the words in red on her shirts have a meaning behind it.
She finished off the Red era wearing a red sequin bodysuit under a long sequin red to black ombre jacket.
Taylor wore a custom purple maxi dress by Alberta Ferretti for the opening night. The flowy vibe of the dress was similar to the one she wore in her 2021 Grammy performance. Fans also believe it is a reference to the color scheme from the cover of the Speak Now album.
She then switched to wearing a cream colored Alberta Ferretti gown with long cape sleeves for a couple nights.
On opening night, Taylor wore a beaded Roberto Cavalli set in bright pink. This was meant to take us back in time.
She wore the same Roberto Cavalli set, but in green a different night. She paired this look with glitter Louboutin boots.
Of course, she also had the set in orange to give more variety. These sets were worn to give a throwback feel to when her pop era started.
Taylor decided to wear a sweet and simple pink wrap dress when performing acoustically. This was also meant to bring us back to this point in her life when she was first starting out. She added that she will play two acoustic songs each night and does not plan on repeating any.
Taylor continued with her bold and showy fits through the end of her performance. She wore a purple Oscar de la Renta sequin dress with a matching bright purple faux fur coat with dangling crystals to reference the iconic “Lavender Haze.”
Taylor Swift chose to close her show by wearing a navy blue star-like bodysuit by Oscar de la Renta. This bodysuit contained over 5,000 beads and crystals in order to depict the night sky. She paired it with midnight blue knee-high glitter Chritian Louboutin boots.
She also added a purple rainbow tassel jacket on top.
A different night, she opted for a pink tassel jacket instead.
Clearly, Taylor Swift takes all minor details into consideration, likes keeping fans on their toes, and loves giving fans puzzles by creating hints for them.