Style-spiration from America's Sweetheart
July 7, 2016
Whether she’s working the red carpet or frolicking on the beach with her new beau, Taylor Swift is all about fun, accessible style. Here’s how to get the look.
High-waisted skirts with crop tops were key to Taylor’s new style for the release of 1989. Shake it off in Ann Taylor’s linen-blend skirt, with a full, swinging body and a Taylor-esque high waist...
… paired with J. Crew’s elegant cropped top in cotton-silk twill.
Taylor rocked the red, white, and blue all through the July 4th weekend. Show your patriotic pride a la Ms. Swift in this Tommy Hilfiger bikini from The Beach House of Naples.
She’s also been spotted out and about with Louis Vuitton’s new Cruiser bag, featuring elegant square lines and monogram canvas...
… which she swaps occasionally for a Rebecca Minkoff Mara saddlebag, available from Nordstrom.
Taylor loves a black jumpsuit — strapless, cutouts, dungaree-style, patent: she’s rocked them all. We love this wideleg cutout number from BCBG Max Azria.
But remember when Taylor was just the cutest girl on the block, never seen without her trusty cowboy boots? Channel her playful early style with Free People’s King Ranch ankle boots.
Bearing an uncanny resemblance to the iconic green dress Taylor wore to the Easy premiere in 2010, this emerald flare dress by ERIN at Anthropologie is playful, feminine, and bold: the encapsulation of Swift’s style.
And finally, no Taylor look would be complete without a red pout. Taylor has often been spotted with a trusty NARS lip pencil — Dragon Girl, in a velvet matte finish, available at Saks Fifth Avenue.