Taylor Swift Wore a $68 Free People Top and Gucci Sneakers on a Paris Date With Joe Alwyn

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If there’s one thing Taylor Swift commits to while promoting new music, it’s the aesthetic she wears with it. With TS7‘s release looming on the horizon, the singer has doubled-down on a rainbow-brite, sparkle-laden look to tie in with her exclamation point-heavy sound. And Swift’s new personal dress codes even applies when she’s on rare date with boyfriend Joe Alwyn—at least, that’s what recent photographs of the couple suggests.

On Friday, the “Delicate” singer and Alwyn were seen walking in Paris, where she was set to perform on the finale of France’s edition of The Voice. (The two were last seen together ducking out of a BAFTAs afterparty in January.) On that occasion, she wore a Stella McCartney gown. This time around, her date outfit was both casual and a nod to her new aesthetic: Cue a long-sleeve top with rainbow tie-dye and jeans.

Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn walking in Paris.

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It didn’t take fans long to track down the credits for Swift’s outfit. Her top is Free People’s “Rainbow Wash Tee,” which costs $68 on the store’s website. She completed her off-duty look with Gucci sneakers and Ray-Bans sunglasses.

Good news for Swift style acolytes: Her top is still available in most sizes.

Free People is to Taylor Swift what &OtherStories is to Meghan Markle: a wardrobe-staple brand. Swift wore the same dip-dye top on Instagram Stories while promoting her new song on May 14. Back in 2018, she wore an $88 dress by the brand for a date with Alwyn in London.

The first time Taylor wore her Free People top, she spoke to fans in an Instagram Stories video.

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Her tie-dye top is just one installment in Swift’s sunny (and way more affordable) new wardrobe. When she began hinting new music was to come, Swift teased her new sound with $59 Urban Outfitters shorts and a floral top from her official fan store.

After all the black-on-black outfits in her reputation era (and the super-expensive designers she wore for it), I, personally, am here for Swift’s rainbow-brite moment.

Halie LeSavage is a contributing writer at Glamour. Follow her @halielesavage.





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