Conquer the Eras Tour with These Stylish Outfit Ideas
Are you ready to be amongst your fellow Swifties under the glow of stadium lights and singing your hearts out to Taylor Swift’s hits on her Eras tour? And is your outfit ready?
Dressing up for the concert isn’t just about looking your best, of course. On top of paying homage to your favourite T.Swift season, it’s also a good way to feel connected to the music you’ll be hearing throughout the night. Yup! Research by the University of California, Berkeley, suggests that wearing an outfit in line with the vibes of the concert can enhance your connection with the songs.
So fear not, friend! We’re here to help you rock out in style. Here are Eras Tour outfit ideas that will not only help you pay homage to your favourite T.SWift season but also make you look good!
What Taylor Swift Era is perfect for your style?
1. Fearless Fever
Aje Evelyn sequin top, Aje x Outland Denim Skirt, "BOY" in pink
Channel your inner cheerleader with a sequined pink tank top and denim mini skirt — but make it a bit country. Plus points for cowboy boots, of course! Finish up the look with more country vibes and wear a plaid scarf, a wool hat and layered necklaces. (Think "You Belong With Me" music video chic!)
2. Speak Now Sparkle
Aje Daybreak Strapless Mini Dress, "AKI" in gold
Unleash your inner fairytale princess with a flowing purple tulle dress and sparkly butterfly accessories. Don't forget the winged eyeliner and a pair of cute, sparkly cowboy boots. Top it all off with a headpiece that elevates the princess-inspired look. (Remember the enchanted Speak Now tour forest?)
3. Red Revolution
August the Label Dreamer Classic Tee, Sheike Rival Mini Skirt, "MONICA" in red
Go bold or go home! Here’s what we have in mind: A graphic tee, ripped jeans or a mini skirt, a black leather jacket, red oxfords and a red headband. Channel "I Knew You Were Trouble" with a dark lipstick.
4. 1989 Glow
Sheike Lara Mini Dress, "EMILY" in light blue
Take it back to 1989! Go for neon with a bright mini dress and pair it with chunky sneakers. Get your neon on with a bright mini dress and chunky sneakers. Continue the bright palette with your accessories such as a fun beret and get ready to “shake it off.”
5. Reputation Renegade
Rebecca Vallance Victoria One Sleeve Mini Dress, "VENUS" in black
Set your inner badass free and have your own Reputation moment. Match a black bodysuit, edgy cut-out dress or a newspaper dress inspired by the album cover with knee-high boots and a snake-embellished headband for the ultimate “Look What You Made Me Do” vibe.
6. Lover Vibes
Aje Asta Whipstitch Mini Dress, "FRIDA" in pastel
Paint the town pink with a flowy pastel sundress and exude the playful spirit of “Me!” with a flower crown.
7. Folklore Farmhouse Chic
August the Label Lourdes Maxi Dress, Aje Mira Knit Jumper, "FRANKIE" in brown
The keyword is cosy. Take inspiration from “Cardigan” with warm autumnal colours for your outfit. Think chunky knit sweater over a floral maxi dress. Layer necklaces and wear a wool hat for the ultimate cottagecore vibes.
8. Evermore Allure
August the Label Brielle Mini Dress, Camilla Ponte Leggings, "ARIEL" in pink
Embrace the mysterious woodland aesthetic with a dark floral dress, velvet leggings, and a statement cape. Add a touch of whimsy with a floral headpiece. Think "Willow" in the moonlight.
9. Carolina Coastal Cool
Rebecca Vallance Julieta Mini Dress, "BETSY" natural with grossgrain
We love the coastal cool look. If you do too, channel it with a breezy white sundress, shell jewellery and a straw hat. Opt for sandals for footwear for a "Cruel Summer" feel.
10. Reputation/1989 Mashup
Camilla and Marc Leander Bodysuit, Aje Cherie Sequin Mini Skirt, "LONDON" in black
Blend eras for a unique, bold statement! Plus points if the eras are so different in styles. Try pairing a 1989-inspired sparkly skirt with a Reputation-inspired black bodysuit. Top the look off with a hat or headband for oomph.
Sing your heart out, dance like nobody's watching, and most importantly, have fun reliving your favourite Taylor Swift eras — in style. So grab your outfit, your squad, and get ready to dance like it's 2006 (or 2014, or 2023… you get the idea!).