See All Taylor Swift’s New Eras Tour Outfits in Europe — Including Her Custom ‘Fortnight’ Dress

Taylor Swift proved she never goes out of style as she returned to the Eras Tour

Published Time: 10.05.2024 - 23:31:10 Modified Time: 10.05.2024 - 23:31:10

Taylor Swift proved she never goes out of style as she returned to the Eras Tour.

Following a two-month hiatus, Swift returned to the stage for an electrifying show in Paris on May 9. In addition to changing up her setlist as she included new songs from The Tortured Poets Department (including sweet nods to her boyfriend Travis Kelce), the singer also donned several new costumes.

For her 1989 set, she wore a mismatched Roberto Cavalli two-piece set and Christian Louboutin boots, which quickly drew parallels to Ariel from The Little Mermaid (which was released the same year Swift was born).

As Swift performed The Tortured Poets Department songs for the first time, including "So High School," she went full meta with a custom gown from Vivienne Westwood that featured lyrics from the album.

Read ahead to see all the new costumes for the Eras Tour.

Swift kicked off the show with a fiery new Versace bodysuit. While her previous pink and blue bodysuits looked like soft sunsets, this one looked more like the sun itself in a bright pink and orange. She completed the look with matching Christian Louboutins that featured an ombré detailing.

As Swift sang her hit song "The Man," she perfectly transitioned the set by putting on a custom Versace blazer. The small costume change seamlessly blended together with her bodysuit and Christian Louboutin boots.

While Swift previously donned gold fringe dresses during her Eras Tour, she opted for a silver and black number as she performed in Paris along with black strass boots by Christian Louboutin. As many Swifties pointed out, the new outfit more closely aligns with the fringe dress she wore during her Fearless Tour back in 2009.

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he tradition of wearing a custom Ashish Gupta shirt as she performed "22." While past phrases have included subtle nods to the song's lyrics, this particular shirt had fans scratching their heads as it read: "This Is Not Taylor's Version."

As she combined Folklore and Evermore into one set, Swift donned a dress fitting of the merge, a custom Alberta Ferretti gown. Just as the singer noted the sister albums represent spring/summer and fall/winter, Swift wore a bright yellow gown that could pass as either a summer or fall dress.

For her standout performance of The Tortured Poets Department album, Swift wore a custom Vivienne Westwood dress with white leather lace-up ankle boots by Christian Louboutin. The gown, which Swift later took off for a quick costume change (into another Vivienne Westwood look) as she performed "I Can Do It with a Broken Heart," featured the lyrics, "I love you, it's ruining my life," from her song "Fortnight" with Post Malone.

Swift went back to basics as she donned a two-piece set from Roberto Cavalli, including a sequined pink crop top and blue skater skirt reminiscent of the ones she wore during the 1989 World Tour in 2015. She completed the look with mismatched Christian Louboutin boots.

As Swift sang her surprise songs during the acoustic set, she wore a new pink halter dress, featuring a darker pink color along the waist. With her brown guitar in hand, the outfit certainly bore a striking resemblance to the sundresses Swift previously donned during her debut era.

For her final set, the Midnights era, Swift once again opted for a Zuhair Murad bodysuit. This one featured some new detailing including cutouts on her waist and a darker hue of blue.

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