Posted on November 16 2017
Author : Ashton Palmieri, Jacksonville, FL - 11/16/17
It’s been almost a two weeks since Taylor Swift released her album Reputation and broke records worldwide. Whether you’re a die hard Swiftie or you’re just listening for the drama, you can’t deny that Taylor has had a major fashion evolution. Check out our gallery below for the quintessential Swift style through the years and learn how to make your look a little more Taylor-esque.
This was Taylor’s debut album, successfully establishing her roots in the country music scene. Complement these minimalist gold jewelry pieces with cowboy boots, a natural makeup look, and tightly curled hair for the perfect cute and country vibe.
For her second release, Taylor strayed away from the cowboy boots but remained a powerful player in the country music genre. During this period her style is defined by amore mature look featuring lower necklines punctuate by youthful princess-style moments. Pair these pieces with embellished tops, elegant chiffon dresses, and a low bun.
Most notably, this phase is defined by Taylor’s long hair and sweet, sweeping bangs. Not a “little girl” anymore, Swift embraced a bit of risk and began to incorporate more vintage finds into her ensembles., mixing retro tops, metallic fringe dresses, and loose beachy curls.
For Taylor’s fourth album, she made a drastic shift in style and genre. No longer could she be identified as a country darling; rather, she was a young woman searching for her identity in the pop music community. Her staple look were red lips, smokey makeup, and straight hair.
Bye bye, baby! This time around Taylor defined herself as a trendy street style artist, influencing the pop music and fashion scenes respectively. With her squad in tow, you can recognize her during these years by the crop tops, bright colors, and shaggy hair.
No more Mr. Nice Guy ! Taylor is out for blood in her new album, no longer shying away from a hot, urban sexuality . With this new album, Taylor debuts an edgy, artsy style (and lots of gold rings). Dark lips, slicked back hair, and athleisure wardrobe staples pair perfectly with these contemporary designer jewelry pieces.