Taylor Swift is proving that she never goes out of style with her glamorous ensembles from the long-awaited Eras tour.
Swift’s highly anticipated Eras tour is made up of three-hour shows with 44 songs, which are then thematically divided into 10 “eras” that represent periods of Swift’s journey as an artist. Each show contains a mind-boggling 13 outfit changes—a tricky logistical feat that only seasoned stars can hope to accomplish.
What’s more, many of the tour’s looks were designed by some of fashion’s biggest names. From the Atelier Versace bodysuit to Oscar de la Renta faux fur, Taylor Swift gave us plenty of sophisticated whimsy, nostalgia, and sparkle during Eras. Here’s a walk-through of some of her most stunning ensembles throughout the tour:
Oscar de la Renta
At the beginning of Swift’s Midnights set, she paired an Oscar de la Renta crystal t-shirt and faux fur coat.
As she performed Midnight Rain, the singer did a quick costume change, switching to a beaded Oscar de la Renta bodysuit. Can you guess what color? Midnight blue.
Versace and Christian Louboutin
As Swift opened the show with Miss Americana & the Heartbreak Prince from Lover, she wore a custom Atelier Versace bodysuit adorned in pink and blue jewels, which was a nod to the album’s dreamy pink and blue color scheme. This was topped off with a pair of sparkly Christian Louboutin knee-high boots.
During the night of her second tour, Swift wore another glittering Atelier Versace bodysuit, but this time, it was covered in blue and gold jewels.
Swift switched up her look by adding a Versace blazer that complemented her silver Christian Louboutin boots.
Swift proved that she can dance in her best dress by donning a frilly, gold, and glittery Roberto Cavalli piece as she performed a few songs from Fearless. It perfectly captured the mixture of teenage romance, wonder, and tribulations that the album conveyed, and is reminiscent of the pieces she wore when she was younger.
Swift also sported a Roberto Cavalli catsuit when she performed her Reputation set on stage. It was covered in black sequins with scales resembling a snake—the album’s main visual motif.
Looking like a princess, Swift was dressed in a blush pink Zuhair Murad ballgown while performing the song Enchanted. The dress was certainly an enchanting vision that needed no extra frills or jewelry, and was beautifully contrasted by the stage’s violet lighting.
Banner photo via Instagram @taylorswift.