Here Are the Best Looks From Taylor Swift’s 'The Eras Tour'

From the dreamy cottage core of Evermore to the iridescent glam of Midnights, every era was a sartorial spectacle not to be missed.
Published: March 2, 2024

Since Taylor Swift's debut days as a budding country singer, nostalgic hits like "Teardrops On My Guitar" and "Our Song" soon cemented her reputation as America's sweetheart at just 16. Now, Swift's career has reached stratospheric, dizzying heights—having been awarded TIME's Person of the Year in 2023 and currently on track to surpass Elton John's record for highest grossing world tour. Having released 10 albums so far with another due to release in April, Swift's extensive discography is not only a deeper exploration into her journey as an artist, but a further foray into her sartorial evolution. With each album, or 'era', signifying a shift in Swift's style, the iconic singer-songwriter has proved that she never misses a beat (or fit). From trading in cowboy boots for sky-high stilettos to toning it down again in favour for cozy, pared-down staples, one thing's for sure: She remains quintessentially Taylor.

Below, scroll through some of her most iconic sartorial moments during the Eras Tour.

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The Lover Era

Taylor Swift opens the show in a custom Versace bedazzled bodysuit.

Later, she performs "The Man" in a glittery fuchsia Versace blazer and Christian Louboutin knee-high boots.

The Reputation Era

Swift wears a custom Roberto Cavalli bodysuit for her Reputation set.

The Evermore Era

Performing songs from the Evermore era, Swift stuns in a custom yellow dress by Etro.

The Folklore Era

Abundant with layered ruffles and exceptionally flared sleeves, Swift belts out Folklore hits in Alberta Ferretti.

The Midnights Era

For the final segment of her show, Swift dons a purple faux fur coat from Oscar De La Renta.

Swift performs "Vigilante Shit" in an indigo tasseled bodysuit, also by Oscar de la Renta.

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