Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Outfits, from Her Versace Bodysuit to Her Roberto Cavalli Dress
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Updated on April 14, 2023 02:17 PM
Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour Outfits
Taylor Swift is proving she never goes out of “style” with her recent tour.
On March 17, the singer returned to the stage as she kicked off her highly anticipated Eras Tour. From show-stopping performances to creative transitions, the 3-hour and 13-minute set is a true spectacle but one of the best parts is Swift’s stunning costumes.
As Swift takes fans through her extensive music catalog with her 44-song setlist, she perfectly pays tribute to her past 10 albums with custom outfits.
While some pieces are inspired by her different eras (the dazzling Versace bodysuit during the opener encapsulates her Lover aesthetic), other looks are direct references to past tours, including her Roberto Cavalli two-piece for her 1989 set and Nicole + Felicia gown for Speak Now.
Take a look at Swift’s Eras Tour outfits ahead.
Taylor Swift’s Atelier Versace bodysuit for her Lover set
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, reflecting the dreamy pink and blue skies featured on the album’s artwork. She paired the look with silver Christian Louboutin knee-high boots and a bedazzled microphone. During her Las Vegas show on March 24, Swift added a flower necklace by Versace to the ensemble.
Taylor Swift’s Atelier Versace bodysuit for her Lover set
During her second night of the tour, Swift surprised fans by wearing a completely different sparkling bodysuit. This look, also by Atelier Versace, was covered in blue and gold jewels, with a matching chain necklace and Christian Louboutin knee-high boots.
Taylor Swift’s Versace blazer for her Lover set
Before singing her hit song “The Man,” Swift completely transformed her look by adding a Versace blazer that complemented her Christian Louboutin knee-high boots.
Taylor Swift’s black blazer for her Lover set
In addition to wearing a different Atelier Versace bodysuit during the second night of her tour, Swift also switched up during her performance of “The Man” by wearing a black pinstripe blazer with sequins.
Taylor Swift’s Roberto Cavalli dress for her Fearless set
Swift donned her best dress by Roberto Cavalli as she performed a few songs from her album Fearless. The gold fringe dress was reminiscent of a similar look the designer created for her Speak Now Tour in 2011. She paired the look with Christian Louboutin boots and a bedazzled guitar.
Taylor Swift’s second Roberto Cavalli dress for her Fearless set
For the second night of the tour, Swift donned a different Roberto Cavalli dress, which was slightly longer and featured gold and silver sequins in an ombré pattern.
Taylor Swift’s Etro dress for her Evermore set
Swift went for a whimsical look as she performed various songs from her album Evermore in a yellow Etro dress that featured a corset top and beading detail down the front. For her bewitching performance of “Willow” she added a matching Etro cape.
Taylor Swift’s Roberto Cavalli catsuit for her Reputation set
Swift slithered into a Roberto Cavalli catsuit as she performed her Reputation set on stage. The outfit, which featured an intricate pattern resembling snakes intertwined down the one long leg of the ensemble, was reminiscent of the many bodysuits Swift wore during her Reputation Stadium Tour as it was covered in black sequins resembling scales.
Taylor Swift’s Nicole + Felicia gown for her Speak Now set
Despite only performing one song during her Speak Now set, Swift nonetheless left fans wonderstruck as she donned a Nicole + Felicia gown for her performance of “Enchanted.” The gold gown certainly felt like a homage to Swift’s Valentino ballgown from her Speak Now Tour.
Taylor Swift’s Zuhair Murad gown for her Speak Now set
During night two, Swift looked like a real-life princess as she wore a Zuhair Murad ballgown, this time in a pink hue that popped against the stage’s violet lighting.
Taylor Swift’s Elie Saab ballgown for her Speak Now set
During the first night of her Tampa concert, Swift wore a new dress for her Speak Now set, dressing up in an Elie Saab Haute Couture silk tulle ballgown embroidered with gardenia-colored organza petals.
Taylor Swift’s Ashish shirt for her Red set
At the beginning of her Red set, Swift recreated her iconic look from her “22” music video, in which she wears a shirt that reads “Not a lot going on at the moment” with a fedora and shorts. For the concert, she made one critical change, dropping the “not” from the T-shirt slogan. The shirt was custom by Ashish paired with Christian Louboutin loafers and a Gladys Tamez hat.
Taylor Swift’s second Ashish shirt for her Red set
Swift recreated her “22” music video outfit again for night two, thought this time the shirt featured a lyric from the song: “Who’s Taylor Swift anyway? Ew.”
Taylor Swift’s third Ashish shirt for her Red set
While performing in Arlington, Texas, Swift wore another version of her “22” shirt, this time with the text “We are never getting back together. Like ever.” The shirt featured more red lettering, which some fans believe could be spelling out a Speak Now Easter egg.
Taylor Swift’s Ashish romper for her Red set
As Swift moved on to other songs on her Red album, including “I Knew You Were Trouble,” she took off her “22” inspired shirt and hat to reveal a sequin Ashish romper in red and black.
Taylor Swift’s Ashish coat for her Red set
Swift threw on an Ashish coat over her romper as she performed her 10-minute version of “All Too Well” on stage with a coordinating red guitar.
Taylor Swift’s Alberta Ferretti dress for her Folklore set
Swift was back in boho for songs from Folklore, in a flowing lilac Alberta Ferretti gown similar to the dress she wore during her 2021 Grammys performance. She even brought back the Folklore house for the performance.
Taylor Swift’s second Alberta Ferretti dress for her Folklore set
During night two, Swift wore another Alberta Ferretti dress, this time in an off-white hue covered in crystal embroidery. The gown’s flowing, cape-like sleeves were made for twirling.
Taylor Swift’s third Alberta Ferretti dress for her Folklore set
For her March 24 show in Las Vegas, Swift debuted a third Alberta Ferretti dress as she performed her Folklore set. This dress combined various features from her previous two dresses, with a soft pink hue, cape-like sleeves and sequin details throughout.
Taylor Swift’s fourth Alberta Ferretti dress for her Folklore set
During night one in Tampa, Swift wore yet another Alberta Ferretti dress for her Folklore set. This look was in bright green featuring a plunging neckline, mesh detailing and leaves embroideries.
Taylor Swift’s Roberto Cavalli top and skirt for her 1989 set
Swift recreated one of her memorable 1989 World Tour outfits as she wore a matching Roberto Cavalli top and skirt. The pink set was perfectly paired with dazzling Christian Louboutin boots.
Taylor Swift’s second Roberto Cavalli top and skirt for her 1989 set
On night two, the star stepped out in a similar beaded matching set by the brand, but this time in a vivid green shade that continued onto her Christian Louboutin boots.
Taylor Swift’s third Roberto Cavalli top and skirt for her 1989 set
As she performed her 1989 songs, Swift opted for an orange Roberto Cavalli two-piece set with matching Christian Louboutin boots.
Taylor Swift’s Jessica Jones dress for her acoustic set
As Swift performed a few acoustic songs during night one, including “Tim McGraw” from her debut album, she donned a Jessica Jones dress that featured cap sleeves and pleats. The designer has created many of Swift’s most iconic looks, including numerous outfits from her Reputation stadium tour and her gold bodysuit at the 2019 American Music Awards when she accepted artist of the decade.
Taylor Swift’s second dress for her acoustic set
Swift opted for a similar dress, this time in green, as she performed alongside Marcus Mumford for her acoustic set in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 25. On April 13, she wore another version of the dress in yellow.
Taylor Swift’s Oscar de la Renta t-shirt and jacket for her Midnights set
For the beginning of her Midnights set, Swift wore a similar look to the one seen in her “Lavender Haze” music video as she paired an Oscar de la Renta crystal t-shirt with an Oscar de la Renta faux fur coat.
Taylor Swift’s Oscar de la Renta bodysuit for her Midnights set
As she performed “Midnight Rain,” Swift did a quick costume change on stage as she took off her Oscar de la Renta t-shirt to reveal an Oscar de la Renta bodysuit. The outfit, which was in the perfect shade of (what else?) midnight blue, was bejeweled with various beading throughout giving it the appearance of a midnight sky. She paired the look with matching Christian Louboutin boots.
Taylor Swift’s Zuhair Murad bodysuit for Midnights set
For her March 24 show in Las Vegas, Swift switched up her Midnights outfit with a custom look by Zuhair Murad. The midnight blue bodysuit was covered in blue crystals and beaded fringes and even had a matching garter.