In addition to her impressive performance, Taylor Swift also made fans admire her seductive appearance and sparklingly designed outfits custom-made at famous brands such as Versace, Roberto Cavalli, Oscar de la Renta.
Opening the show, Taylor Swift performed the songs Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince and Cruel Summer in a sparkling purple, pink and blue bodysuit by Atelier Versace. The Christian Louboutin boots are embellished with sweet, sparkling crystals, fitting the album’s synthpop sound.
During the performance in Argentina, Taylor Swift wore a sparkling pink bodysuit. The beautiful mix of shades, from baby pink to strawberry and fuchsia, complimented the tone of songs like “Cruel Summer” and “Lover.”
Swift looked like a living Barbie doll in a pink blazer version on stage in Argentina. The outfit helped her show off her charm and femininity in her performance of “The Man”.Taylor Swift chose Oscar de la Renta’s blue bodysuit when performing songs from the album Midnights. The outfit featured beaded trim and thousands of crystals.
Entering the era of the Reputation album, Taylor Swift showed off a more sinister, edgy beauty with an asymmetrical black bodysuit, highlighted by sparkling red snakes.
In another performance, Taylor wore a high-end fringed short dress by Roberto Cavalli designed by creative director Fausto Puglisi, combined with silver cowboy boots. The fringe of the dress looks fun and youthful.
Taylor Swift seems to transform into a fairy in the forest. The light and flowing style is the perfect choice for “Folklore”.
The navy bodysuit has a classic Eras Tour look, dark and sparkling like midnight rain. This was a near-perfect choice to end the show in Nashville, Tennessee.
The blue “Speak Now” evening dress really left a lot of impression on fans from the color to the material and lines.
During a performance in Denver, Colorado, Taylor Swift wore a cream-colored, “Folklore” dress. The lace adds a new touch – romantic and classic, very suitable for “the woman who dares to stand up for love that Swift imagined when writing the lyrics of this song.
The cream color was also said to be a good fit for “Folkore”, an album that evokes earthy and neutral tones.
Stepping into the Folklore album, Taylor was gentle in a lavender Alberta Ferretti dress with a plunging neckline combined with lace details. The dress design is flirty, romantic, sophisticated in every detail, bearing the characteristics of Italian fashion house Alberta Ferretti.
The thin blue sleeves are very beautiful, but the color of the dress is considered inappropriate for “Folkore”, which is not an album with blue influences.
Taylor is also very popular with the public when wearing this black Blaze design.
Swift often wears a silver blazer over her “Lover” bodysuit to perform “The Man” and “You Need to Calm Down”. Combined with outstanding and perfect red shoes.
When singing The Man at AT&T Stadium, on March 31 in Arlington, Texas, she scored points with a Versace bodysuit. The stone-embellished outfit was considered bright and bold, combined with Louboutin boots.
The latest version of the “Midnights” bodysuit appears to be designed to resemble the outfit Swift wore during the 1989 World Tour. It’s an outfit that shows off her boldness at her best. However, the cut in the abdomen seems not very reasonable.
After 26 concerts, we finally got to see Swift perform the songs from “1989” in the album’s signature colors. This shimmering blue set is reminiscent of the New York City skyline that inspired Swift’s iconic pop songs.
While hоt pink doesn’t quite fit the overall vibe of “1989,” it blends well with the feminine charm of “Blank Space” and the fiery passion of “Bad Blооd.”
With vibrant songs like Shake It Off, the singer wore Roberto Cavalli’s heavily embellished two-piece suits in green, red, and orange. This look is similar to what Swift wore on her 1989 tour.
The orange set is very beautiful but is the weakest of the “1989” colors.
Deep purple made for an interesting twist when Swift debuted this look in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The baby pink version of the “Enchanted” dress is just about the prettiest, with a flattering neckline and shimmering bands that resemble falling rain.
Instead of pale gold, silver provides Taylor a lovely contrast to the purple visuals of “Speak Now.”
Taylor transformed into a princess in a Haute Couture beaded chiffon dress by Nicole + Felicia when singing Enchanted, reminiscent of the Valentino dress she wore on her Speak Now tour.
The shimmering copper color of the Evermore dress enhances the sad, wintery feel of songs like “‘Tis the Dаmn Season”, “Champagne”…