With the release of Red (Taylor’s Version), the artist’s cottagecore fantasy has collided with styles of years past, combining plaid scarves with black turtlenecks and red lipstick. Check out these seven pieces, all under $100, to channel Taylor’s new look.
Honor Swift’s love for florals, as well as her song “Cardigan,” with this cable knit cardigan. Ideal for listening to the artist’s Folklore album by a fireplace, this sweater can easily be layered with jeans or plaid pants.
Perhaps Taylor’s most well-known look, the black turtleneck is a staple everyone should own. Pair this iteration with black skinny jeans, black boots, and a red lip to fully channel the singer.
Taylor may never get her scarf back, but you can pay tribute to her look — and the ten-minute version of “All Too Well” — with this red scarf from her merch line. Style with a chunky sweater, wool trench coat, and resentment for Jake Gyllenhaal.
Plaid is a pattern Swift has constantly kept in rotation, no matter which era she’s in. These plaid pants perfectly emulate her “sad girl autumn” look — don’t forget your scarf.
There’s a reason Swift has remained loyal to her little black boots – the style goes with everything and transcends her ever-changing musical persona. Plus, they’re a great formal option as the weather gets colder.
Overalls are an easy option for Swift, whose schedule includes constantly being on-the-go. Throw this corduroy pair over a chunky sweater, and be sure to style with her signature Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses.
Cozy enough for fall but daring enough for Taylor’s new Red era, this skirt goes with nearly everything. Style with booties and a matching black turtleneck to get the full look.