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One hundred o clock celsius (x) | November 12, 2019

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Reformation ‘Nisa Bodysuit’ – $68.00

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TMall Double 11 Gala | Shanghai, China | November 11, 2019

Joseph Cassell custom

Oh how much do I genuinely love this. The boots are a serve, the holographic print with very subtle rhinestoning is pleasing to the camera and the lights but isn’t a complete 100% sparkle look. I also like the tie belt and slightly oversized shirtdress look paired with the slight slouch of the boots. It feels very *swagger* to me. 

Backstage at TMall Double 11 Gala | Shanghai, China | November 11, 2019

ALC ‘Mariam Sleeveless Metallic Crop Top’ – $295.00
ALC ‘Nevada Metallic Pleated Midi Skirt’ – $450.00

Backstage prior to kicking off her set at China’s huge Double 11 Gala, she wore a refined version of a look we would have been more likely to have seen during her 1989 days: A matching co-ord set. Sparkly as is her go-to, I wish this was either a full dress or her midriff had been exposed as the intended design for a break between the top and skirt. 

Get the look: ASOS, $32.00 + $48.00

NPR Tiny Desk performance | October 10, 2019

Andamane ‘Bea Velvet Bodysuit’ – $210.00

I love me a rich burgundy moment (it’s a personal power colour for me). So this beautiful shot of colour not only added a contrasting shade to her power suit but also a differing and warm fall/winter texture. The perfect touch. 

Worn with: Cinq A Sept blazer and pants

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Performing “False God” on Saturday Night Live | October 5, 2019

Alice + Olivia ‘Deep V Neck Bodysuit’ – $198.00

Worn with: Bond Eye Jewelry earrings, Ambush blazer, and Libertine pants

Get the look: Nordstrom, $39.00

Performing “Lover” on Saturday Night Live | October 4, 2019

Fendi ‘Double Mesh Turtleneck’ – $672.00






Worn with: Alison Lou earrings

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The Tonight Show w/ Jimmy Fallon | October 3, 2019

Wildfox Couture ‘Teddy Girl Chunky Oversized Sweater’ – $243.00 (sold out)

The purity in this video is unreal. 

It’s also interesting to see how Taylor’s love for Wildfox Couture’s kitschy cute sweaters have been a mainstay in her personal closet. It’s a continued brand that has been present in her wardrobe since 2010. 

I’m often asked when it comes to Taylor’s style on which occasions when we see her is it Taylor responsible for her styling or her professional stylist Joseph. My answer has always been there’s likely a mix going on (and to my eye, there’s typically a distinct noticeable difference between outfits she’s responsible for and those Joseph has had a hand in) but what’s interesting for me here is that Wildfox is very likely a brand that Taylor herself shops for – given its consistency in her personal closets. 

But also “I’m not asleep. My mind is alive” was me during Lover album release week.  

Rolling Stone | October 2019

Balenciaga ‘Polka Dot Tie Neck Silk Blouse’ – $1,290.00

Taylor’s cute little bunlet here is reminding me of her Instagram post situated in front of a tiny piano, preparing us all for the RED album. Given the vibrant colour she’s wearing and the thoughts I’ve expressed regarding the twinship between RED and Lover this feels oddly appropriate.

If you haven’t checked out those thoughts yet, follow @taylorswiftstyled on Instagram and check out the TSS Track By Track Highlights (there’s three parts). 

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Rolling Stone | October 2019

Gucci ‘Crystal Embellished Stretch Knit Sweater’ – $3,700.00

Taylor Swift: Serving a serious mood in a crystal studded sweater by Gucci, heavy liner, and a cocktail. 

Get the look: Twinset, $83.00

Rolling Stone | October 2019

Gucci Resort 2020 jacket and shirt 

Rolling Stone said “Blondes In Yellow™” and Taylor Swift Style said hell yeah.

In one of her deepest cutting interviews in years, Taylor graced the cover of RS wearing a sunny, vibrant bow-accented look from Gucci’s latest runway. I have to say that I much prefer the fun take that makeup artist Andrew Gallimore took for this yellow look over the more moody original presentation on the Gucci runway. 

This is also one of two yellow looks in the entire spread and continues to add to the Blondes In Yellow™ looks that we’ve been presented with this era. A part of me wonders if part of it is an intentional shoutout on Taylor’s part to the album-name-that-could-have-been for Lover and a symbolic representation of the daylight and golden sunshine she basks her life in now. It’s a comforting thought. 

Check out everything from Taylor’s Rolling Stone spread here