The Eras wardrobe is not messing around. Curated by top-tier designers, we’ve seen at least 28 different looks if you count the costumes rotated out for different performances. How is this possible? It seems there is a lot of layering happening so that costume changes can be done quickly…but also, Taylor Swift might be magic.
Though all 28 outfits ~make the whole place shimmer~, I’ll be ranking every one by era! Ready? I hope so! Here we go:
In last place for me is the Red era looks. Though, this burning red body suit is a fitting homage to a color Taylor uses often in her music.
And it was fun to see present-day Taylor honor the old Taylor with this outfit from her “22” music video. Even though she’s got ~a lot going on at the moment~, Swifties have to appreciate this easter egg!
But undoubtedly, the best article of clothing for this era is this dazzling jacket dress, worn during the 10-minute version of “All Too Well.”
Next up in the ranking is the1989 era, where this cute two-piece outfit with matching boots appears! When she’s not wearing an ensemble the shade of amber skies, Taylor wears the same look in other colors.
Like this version, which is green as the grass in Centennial Park.
Or this version, which is so scarlet that it’s practically maroon.
Each of the aforementioned two-piece outfits has a wrap dress that Taylor wears while playing her surprise songs. The yellow version goes over her orange two-piece.
And the green one is gorgeous!
But I’m really loving this burgundy version the most!
I’m ranking Evermore as the next best wardrobe era — though she only wears one dress for the segment. This golden dress is simple, flowy, and really embodies the understated elegance of this album.
Fearless is up next! This tasseled dress made its mark like a golden tattoo, with its country flare taking us back to Taylor’s roots.
Likewise, this alternative Fearless fit honors a similar dress Taylor wore during her album tour in 2009.
The show opens with the Lover era in which Miss Americana opts for this colorful, pastel sequin body suit.
Though, her outfit while performing “The Man” is particularly iconic.
But I’m in love with this darker, striped, sparkling suit jacket worn for certain performances of “The Man,” too.
While performing “Enchanted” from Speak Now, Taylor has worn one of three ball gowns. Last in my ranking for this song is this glorious dress adorned with flowers.
Second is this pink gown, which is pure magic and fit for a princess.
And my personal favorite “Enchanted” dress is this lavish, golden sequined gown.
Midnights is next and has a range of costumes, including this body suit.
For the closing number of the concert, Taylor throws on a tasseled jacket that she has stocked in numerous colors. This pink one is dance-party worthy.
But this funfetti one is even better!
While singing “Lavender Haze,” Taylor has worn this pink T-shirt style dress paired with the purple shaggy jacket from the single’s music video.
However, it’s this bejeweled T-shirt dress and “Lavender Haze” jacket combo that is truly the moment.
Reputation ranks next — though similar to Evermore, it only has one look — because it’s just plain fierce. This unique jumpsuit brings in the album’s snake motif, and even Swifties weren’t ready for it!
Finally, ranking at the very top of my list are Taylor’s Folklore dresses. This pale pink ensemble — which appears for the night’s most heartfelt and emotional performances — ranks last for me.
And she can aim for my heart, go for blood, with this chartreuse dress. So whimsical!
Just living for the hope of it all with this stunning purple bohemian-style dress, which is my second favorite.
And finally, at the very top of my list, is the cream-colored Folklore dress. Taylor sings some of her most epic bridges while twirling around in this outfit, and it perfectly suits the album’s unique aesthetic!
And that’s my ranking! But Swifties, I want to know YOUR favorite looks from the Eras Tour so far! Share your own ranking in the comments!