Fashion Focus – Taylor Swift

She is the gorgeous pop/country star who has stolen the heart of the most eligible man(boy?) in music, but it is Taylor Swift’s enviable wardrobe that I am interested in. Honestly, I don’t think I’ve ever seen this girl put a foot wrong when it comes to clothes. Whether she is dressing for the red carpet, channeling trademark 1950s chic in a range of beautiful, full skirted dresses, or just dressing casually off duty, this girl is never anything less than a style icon.

I bow to that wardrobe. No wonder Harry Styles seems smitten…

Look 1

Get the look

HAYDAA - Full skirt dress - £199 click to visit Ted Baker

Natural Ravel Suede Glitter Trim Block Heel Courts £54 click to visit Debenhams

Look 2

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Striped Sleeve Spot Jumper Price: £25.00 click to visit AX Paris

Belt Skinny Jeans Price: £25.00 click to visit AX Paris

Look 3

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Ruth All Over Zip Back Lace Dress £25 click to visit Boohoo

Ivory lace tube dress Was £42.00 Now £22.00 click to visit Dorothy Perkins

Look 4

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Lois OVERSIZED JACKET BLACK £122 click to visit Reiss

Brown Distressed Leather Satchel £109 click to visit Zatchels

OfficePowerful point black leather £60 click to visit Office


6 thoughts on “Fashion Focus – Taylor Swift

  1. I am not a big fan of her, but I agree she has a style. My all time favourite is a dress which had a peter pan collar shape cut, a peter pan collar that actually isn’t there, very clever, she wore it at a film premiere a year or so ago

    • I can’t stand her music to be honest, but I totally love her look. She is just so pretty and stylish, and seems to always get it right.

  2. Oh my goodness – I’d sworn myself off black coats/jackets till you showed this little Reiss beauty. I feel a visit to Reiss is due today just to check out this piece of gorgeousness. Seriously tempted. Seriously. Until I find it probably doesn’t fit me in the slightest.

    • Have to say I love that coat too, it’s oversized, but not those silly Rihanna proportions.

    • Piggle is back! Good to hear from you again! I love the 1950s styling too, quite prim. Doris Day/prom girl isn’t it?

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