What To Wear To Taylor Swift Eras Tour?

“People haven't always been there for me but music always has.” ― Taylor Swift

May 12, 2023 | By Emily Aniston
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Taylor Swift is known not just for her music, but also for her iconic fashion sense. The Eras Tour has already begun, so if you're one of the lucky fans who had a ticket, you're probably getting excited about the opportunity to dress up and show off your own Taylor-inspired looks.

Understanding the Eras

Before we dive into outfit ideas, let's take a quick look at Taylor's different eras. From the country-inspired "Fearless" era to the retro pop vibes of "1989" to the more recent folksy "Folklore" and "Evermore" eras, each era has its own distinct style and aesthetic. To create a cohesive Taylor-inspired outfit, it's helpful to focus on one or two eras and incorporate elements from those into your look.

Fringe and Sparkle: Taylor-Inspired Eras Tour Look

One of Taylor's signature fashion elements is her love of fringe and sequins. From her "Fearless" cowgirl fringe to her glittering "1989" bodysuits, Taylor knows how to add a touch of glam to any outfit. A fringed shawl can add movement and texture to a sleek flapper-style dress, while a sequined headband or clutch can add a pop of sparkle to a more understated outfit. Don't be afraid to have fun with it and experiment with different textures and embellishments to create a unique Taylor-inspired look that will make you stand out in the crowd. As a Swiftie, you'll feel like a part of the show and fully immersed in the magic of Taylor's Eras Tour.

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Flapper Dresses and Fringe for the Eras Tour

If you're looking for a classic Taylor-inspired look for the Eras Tour, consider wearing a flapper dress. These iconic dresses from the 1920s feature loose, flowing silhouettes that allow for ease of movement on the dance floor, while still exuding an air of sophistication and elegance. You can pair a flapper dress with a fringe shawl or jacket, as mentioned earlier, to add some texture and movement to your outfit. Don't forget to accessorize with some long pearl necklaces and a feather headband to complete the look.

A hundred years ago, the flapper girls would sneak into speakeasies to dance the Charleston to the beat of jazz. Today, we can still dance to the music we love and feel the same sense of freedom and joy. Whether it's Taylor Swift's Eras Tour or any other music event, we can dress up and express ourselves through fashion and dance. The power of music and its ability to transport us to another time and place is truly magical. As we twirl and sway to the rhythm, we become part of a shared experience that transcends time and connects us to generations of music lovers who came before us. Let's embrace this moment and dance like nobody's watching, just like the flapper girls did in their roaring 20s.


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