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All 10 Of Taylor Swift’s Style Eras Described In 1 Word

Her fashion journey has been “Bigger Than The Whole Sky.”

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When it comes to style evolutions, Taylor Swift is pretty fearless. For each of her 10 albums, the Midnights singer has unveiled a corresponding aesthetic. In honor of Swift’s upcoming The Eras Tour, here’s a look back at each of the star’s iconic style iterations.

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1. Taylor Swift: Taylor Swift’s Western Era

Cowboy boots, long blond curls, and big blue eyes that left teardrops on her guitar characterized Swift’s first era. In 2006, the 16-year-old’s aesthetic was pure Western wear.

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2. Fearless: Taylor Swift’s Boho Era

In 2008, Swift released Fearless. With her second album came long, flowing gowns and a boho aesthetic fit for the heroine in a fairy tale.

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3. Speak Now: Taylor Swift’s Glam Era

Speak Now brought a more mature aesthetic to Swift’s lineup. Less girlish and more grown, the singer’s third era was decidedly glamorous.

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4. Red: Taylor Swift’s Retro Era

Hello, hot pants! For Red, Swift entered an era of retro silhouettes, crimson lips, and a more casual vibe. The vintage aesthetic was definitely a change for the musician.

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5. 1989: Taylor Swift’s Dreamy Era

The release of 1989 saw Swift channeling the wildest of dreamy aesthetics. Her vibe at the time was all sun-soaked polaroids, flower petals, and soft colors.

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6. Reputation: Taylor Swift’s Vampy Era

Reputation brought out a side of Swift no one had ever seen before. Dark lipstick, dark lyrics, and a newfound edge characterized this era.

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7. Lover: Taylor Swift’s Barbiecore Era

Two years after Swift embraced her dark side, she style-shifted again. With Lover, Swift’s aesthetic was all rainbows, glitter, and bright colors.

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8. folklore: Taylor Swift’s Cottagecore Era

In her first, but not her last, indie era, Swift went full cottagecore. The soft, nature-inspired feel of her folklore era was a drastic departure from her vampy Reputation aesthetic.

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10. Midnights: Taylor Swift’s Luxe Era

Swift's latest era is fully "Bejeweled" and can only be described as luxe. Dripping with crystals and operating at peak glam levels, this is the musician's most opulent aesthetic so far.

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