Every Outfit on The Eras Tour: How to Recreate Taylor Swift’s Looks

Every Outfit on The Eras Tour: How to Recreate Taylor Swift’s Looks

April 6, 2023
By Katerina Katakalides

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It’s the tour we’ve all been waiting for! Taylor Swift kicked off The Eras tour in Glendale, Arizona (or should we say, Swift City, Era-zona) and if there’s one thing Taylor knows how to do, it’s how to wow a crowd! As soon as Taylor took the stage, the audience was captivated by her eye-catching outfits, energetic dancers, and mesmerizing visuals.

Taylor is known for putting on a show and The Eras tour is no exception! This tour is extra special for lifelong Swifties, as Taylor is paying tribute to each of her albums, from her debut album, Taylor Swift, to her most-recent chart topper, Midnights. The performances for every album included unique outfits that matched her album aesthetic and past tour outfits. Let’s see every outfit that Taylor has worn so far on The Eras tour!

Lover Outfits on The Eras Tour

Taylor opened up The Eras tour in a surprisingly seamless way with “Miss Americana and the Heartbreak Prince.” Although this song wasn’t a single, Taylor used this song to share an important message with her fans- “it’s been a long time coming.”

Her last album before the pandemic put a halt on live shows, Lover, and what “would’ve, could’ve should’ve” been Loverfest, has been on many Swifties’ minds. After many years of imagining what live performances of this album would look like, we finally saw all the glamor, love, and power that is Lover. Taylor’s custom Versace blazer set and bodysuit were both paired with silver, sequin Louboutin boots- imagine that price tag!

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Lover Inspired Outfits

Fearless Outfits on The Eras Tour

It’s impossible to deny that Fearless launched Taylor’s career in the music industry, but her re-recording of this iconic country album solidified her place in music history. As the first artist to pursue this venture, Taylor has been rerecording the six studio albums she no longer owns the masters to. Now that she officially owns Fearless (Taylor’s Version), Taylor is celebrating in the best way possible- dancing with her fans in her best dress, fearless!

Gold represents all things fearless and it was a hallmark color of her original Fearless tour back in 2009. Taylor recreated some of her iconic tour looks, including her gold, fringe cocktail dress, for The Eras tour. Roberto Cavalli took on the challenge of creating these delicate, yet bold pieces and we think he nailed it!

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Fearless Inspired Outfits

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Evermore Outfits on The Eras Tour

Evermore is one of Taylor’s more mellow, melodic albums, so it’s no surprise that she toned down her pop icon persona to perform these songs. Her orange, flowy gown was reminiscent of the Evermore forest and her brown microphone was a direct tribute to the era. This floor-length, Etro gown was the perfect nod to an album we all got lost in.

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Evermore Inspired Outfits

Reputation Outfits on The Eras Tour

Reputation was the last album that received a proper send off with the Reputation tour in 2017. This record-breaking tour was filled with intricate dances, eye-catching costumes, and iconic performances of many Swifies’ favorite songs. It’s no surprise that Taylor’s Reputation outfit on The Eras tour was anything less than iconic! Her asymmetrical Roberto Cavalli jumpsuit featured snakes slithering up her body in a figure-highlighting pattern that we can’t keep our eyes off of.

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Reputation Inspired Outfits

Speak Now Outfits on The Eras Tour

While Swifties anxiously await Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), they can get a taste of the era watching Taylor perform Enchanted on The Eras tour! So far, Taylor has worn two stunning ball gowns to perform this magical song, a gold ball gown by Nicole + Felicia and a pink sequin ball gown by Zuhair Murad. These looks were straight out of a fairytale and Taylor looked ethereal lighting up the stage in each of them!

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Speak Now Inspired Outfits

Red Outfits on the Eras Tour

Taylor’s most recently re-recorded album, Red (Taylor’s Version) includes some of her most personal and popular songs, including All Too Well (Ten Minute Version). Making a direct nod to this era while playing a handful of hits only makes sense! Taylor recreated her original Red tour look for her single, 22, with a “A Lot Going on at the Moment” t-shirt and black fedora. Then she brought the glam in a custom, ombre Ashish bodysuit and floor-length blazer. This sparkly piece channels one of the hottest trends this spring: entirely sequin outfits!

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Red Inspired Outfits

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Folklore Outfits on The Eras Tour

If you ask any Swiftie, Folklore was the best thing to come from the pandemic. Taylor’s Grammy-award winning record for Album of the Year includes some of her most intricate and whimsical lyrics. It’s no surprise that her tour outfit would be just as magical! Taylor’s custom Alberta Ferretti gown featured layers of flowy fabric and billowing sleeves. This gorgeous gown takes us right into the Folklore forest.

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Folklore Inspired Outfits

1989 Outfits on The Eras Tour

Another Album of the Year winner, 1989 is the album that solidified Taylor’s status as a pop icon. Two piece outfits were a staple of the 1989 era and Taylor brought all the glitz and glam with her Eras tour outfits! Roberto Cavalli created two versions of these beaded, two-piece outfits- one in purple and one in green. Taylor finished this monochrome look with matching, sparkly, Louboutin booties!

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1989 Inspired Outfits

Debut Outfits on The Eras Tour

Just like her set for 1989, Taylor wore her outfit for her Debut set in both purple and green. Switching up her outfits gives Taylor a chance to keep an element of surprise for the Swifities attending The Eras tour- even those who go to multiple shows! Her ruffled gowns brought just the right country vibe and paired perfectly with her Louboutin booties.

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Debut Inspired Outfits

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Midnights Outfits on The Eras Tour

Taylor closed The Eras tour with her most recent release, Midnights. Taylor’s outfits to sing her current hits matched the midnight vibe perfectly and reminded everyone that she’s the pop icon of our generation! Taylor wore two eye-catching sequin bodysuits: a custom Zuhair Murad bodysuit that featured intricate navy blue. beadwork and a custom Oscar de la Renta midnight sequin and crystal embroidered bodysuit. She paired both of these bodysuits with yet another pair of matching Louboutin boots. Her other Midnights outfit looked like it came right out of the “Lavender Haze” music video! Her sequined oversized tee was also designed by Oscar de la Renta and it was paired with a lavender faux fur jacket.

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Midnights Inspired Outfits

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