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Welcome to Swift City! Taylor Knight kicked off her highly anticipated Eras Tour on Friday night (March 17) at the State Farm Arena in Glendale, Ariz.
Swift played to a sold-out crowd, pulling out all the stops while running through a whopping 44 songs with 16 costume changes, and she returned for night 2 with a fleet of new costumes.
Representing different eras in her career, Swift’s wardrobe consisted of custom pieces from Roberto Cavalli, Oscar De La Renta, Christian Louboutin, Alberta Ferretti, Versace and Zuhair Murad.
For the fashionable Swifties who want to re-create Swift’s stage looks for less, we’ve got you covered.
Below, find a roundup of outfits inspired by The Eras Tour.
Mauve Maxi Dress
The tour is just getting started, and Swift has already worn a number of colorful maxi dresses onstage. The 33-year-old singer looked positively etherial in a mauve Alberta Ferretti dress during her Folklore set. The custom, chiffon, crystal-embellished gown features flutter sleeves with a plunging neckline and lace insert.
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Channel Swift’s boho style in this textured tiered midi dress from ASOS. The dress has a plunging neckline with lace insert, a tiered skirt and an open back. The dress is available in sizes O-14.
In case the dress pictured above is out of stock, another option is this boho square neck long sleeve maxi ($44.99 at Amazon).
Free People has a selection of boho maxi dress as well like the Beach Bliss Maxi ($118) and Jewel Maxi ($128). And if you want to show a little more skin, try this purple floral wrap dress $78 from Lulu’s.
Oversized Sparkly Blazer
Swift performed “The Man” in an oversized sparkly Versace blazer and sequin body suit with custom Louboutin boots.
Donatella Versace posted photos of Swift’s “breathtaking” outfit on Instagram over the weekend. “You are breathtaking in Versace,” she wrote. “I’m so proud of you. Best of luck on The Eras Tour.”
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Oversized blazers are trendy right now and therefore not very hard to find, however a silver, sequin or bedazzled blazer might be harder to get your hands on.
We found a couple of cool (and affordable) alternatives to Swift’s blazer, such as this oversized faux leather blazer from ASOS ($58). For more sparkle, check out this Extro & Vert oversized sequin blazer ($108).
Swift’s boots were also custom made, so while you won’t find them in stores, you can find a variety of similar styles such as the rhinestone boots pictured below.
These Blue by Betsey Johnson boots feature a 3.5-inch heel and full zipper closure. If you prefer cowboy boots to pointed toe boots, try the Steve Madden Tyrus Boots ($81.57). Click here for more silver boot options.
Speaking of coats, Swift also rocked a custom lavender number by Oscar De La Renta and purple Louboutin boots.
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Shaggy coats are also trendy right now, which means they’re easy to find online, although lavender might be a little tricky. We found a few cool coats like the purple shaggy coat pictured below.
This faux fur shaggy coat is available in sizes S-XXL and you can buy it in over a dozen different colors including purple, red, blue, khaki, black and wine. Another option is this oversized teddy fur from ASOS ($107). Find more purple coats here.
Pretty in Pink
Roberto Cavalli created a capsule collection for The Eras Tour, which includes a gold fringe dress and asymmetrical sequin bodysuit.
For her opening night performance of “1989,” Swift dazzled in a Cavalli two-piece “diamond-shaped skirt and a matching top drenched in Swarovski crystals in tones of fuchsia.”
“The design, the finishing, the hand application of each crystal and fringe has been hand crafted to match the extraordinary talent that is Taylor Swift,” the fashion brand shared on Instagram on Monday (March 20).
Shop the Look:
Take a page from Swift’s fashion book in this one shoulder sequin crop top and matching skirt from Nasty Gal.
The top and skirt are sold separately, so you can mix and match or swap out the wrap skirt for this pink sequin mini ($42) or the top for this tassel sequin crop top ($60). You can also mix and match with this fringe tassel skirt, which is on sale for $15.77 at Amazon and a metal mesh top ($24.99) or this Hurley sequined mini skirt ($90) with a satin top from Revolve ($96).
Swift wore a similar outfit in green for night 2 of the tour. Find alternatives to her custom look here.
What to Wear to a Taylor Swift Concert
Looking for something to wear to The Eras Tour? Any of the outfits on our list will work fine, but if you’re craving variety, outside of the merch available on Swift’s official website, we rounded up some must-haves that fans were spotted wearing during the first two nights of the tour.
Swift City T-Shirt — The city of Glendale temporarily changed its name for the tour, but “Swift City” is technically wherever The Eras Tour lands next! Swifties can find Swift City T-shirts on Etsy for around $20-$30.
Heart-Shaped Sunglasses — Don’t forget your shades! If you’re not sure which style to rock, heart-shaped shades are an easy choice. You can find a bunch of different styles and colors at Amazon.
Comfortable Shoes — Comfortable shoes are important for any concert, especially if you plan to see your favorite artists in a large venue like Swift’s stadium tour. The best shoe options largely depend on your style preferences, but a few shoes that tend to work well for concerts include platform boots and heels in addition to comfortable sneakers such as Converse, Vans, Adidas and cowboy boots. Fans have also been wearing knee-high boots and ankle boots to the tour.
Skirts, Skirts and More Skirts — If you search social media for what to wear to a Taylor Swift concert, you’ll find that Swifties love skirts! Short skirts, long skirts, flared skirts, mini skirts, maxi skirts, denim skirts, satin skirts, pleated skirts, bodycon skirts — you name it. And of course, shorts and jeans are safe choice.
Costumes — Dressing up for concerts can also mean wearing a costume. One devoted Swfitie wore a cape showcasing Swift’s Billboard Hot 100 chart achievements. If you’re thinking of wearing a costume, you should choose something clever but also comfortable.
Venue-Approved bags — Concert venues usually list the kinds of bags that are allowed inside. If you’re not sure what to bring, choose something safe like a clear purse, mini backpack or crossbody bags such as the Adidas Amplifier Crossbody Bag ($32), Lululemon’s Everywhere Belt Bag ($38), Athleta’s Excursion Waist Bag ($88) or the North Face Berkeley Field Bag ($45).