See her styling from the premiere

He can still make the whole place sparkle.

Taylor Swift kicked off her long-awaited era tour at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Friday. Describe on Instagram As “a journey through the musical eras (past and present!) of my career.”

In addition to serenading lucky ticket holders with the biggest hits from each of her previous albums, the pop superstar has also paid homage to many of her style’s most memorable looks over the years.

Swift opened with “Lover” songs like “Miss America and the Broken Prince” and “Cruel Summer,” wearing an Atelier Versace bodysuit and Christian Louboutin shoes embellished with pastel colored crystals, a synth with the album Pop and sweet complement each other.

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WHAT: A dreamy glamor bodysuit by Atelier Versace
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Taylor Swift at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards
Inspiration: Swift’s “Lover” era was steeped in pastel colors, as exemplified by her performance at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards — a collaboration between her stylists Joseph Cassell and Jessica Jones .
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Swift then performed three of the biggest hits from “Fearless,” including the title track, as well as “Love Story” and “You Belong to Me.”

Her gold fringed lapel dress should be familiar to fans of the singer’s earlier days, as it’s nearly identical to the one she wore on her “Speak Now” tour in 2011.

The only change? Instead of the traditional curls she once had, Swift showed off her locks in elegant style.

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WHAT: A shiny gold fringed mini dress
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Inspired by: Roberto Cavalli’s famous shiny miniature from Swift’s “Speak Now” tour
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“Evermore” required a proper “cottagecore” costume change, with Swift wearing Etro’s flowing marigold corset for songs including “Tis the Damn Season” and “Champagne Problems.”

She even added a forest green velvet cape, also from Etro, on “Willow” to mirror her look in the song’s music video.

Before she entertained crowds with darker, edgier “Reputation”-era tunes, the superstar donned an asymmetrical bodysuit embellished with sparkly red snakes — which she toured in 2018 A modified version of the similar one-sleeved style worn at the show. that album.

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The look: An asymmetrical snake jumpsuit (yes, snakes?)
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Inspired by: Swift wore this black sequined Jessica Jones number during her ‘Reputation’ tour.
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While Swift didn’t dedicate much of her playlist to the “Speak Now” era, she opted for another quick turnaround before entering “Enchanted.”

The gold-plated Nicole + Felicia Couture ball gown she wore to perform the romance was perfectly paired with the sequined Valentino gown she wore on tour following her third studio album in 2011.

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WHAT: A dramatic gold tutu ball gown by Nicole + Felicia Couture
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Inspired by: A similar Valentino sequined look from Swift’s “Speak Now” tour
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What follows is a throwback to Swift’s “Red” days, with the musician almost note-by-note recreating her look in the “22” music video.

However, eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice that she had changed the message on the sequin-embroidered T-shirt.

While the original text read “not much progress at this time,” Swift aptly dropped the first word of that sentence this time.

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Look: Swift’s “22” music video, subtly updated
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Inspired by: Saying Ashish Swift T-shirt and hat from the song’s music video
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For her 10-minute version of the fan-favorite “All Too Well,” Swift opted for a scarlet and black ombré sequin coat, her signature frontman outfit worn on the 2013 “Red” tour A more adult version of .

She layered the look over a matching bodysuit she wore alone for “I Know You’re in Trouble.”

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Look: Black and red sequined ombré coat
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Inspiration: Swift’s leading moment on the ‘Red’ tour.
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For the Folklore portion of the show, Swift wore a lovely lavender gown tailored by Alberta Ferretti, with flowing sleeves, a deep V neckline and lace detailing.

In a statement shared with Page Six Style, the designer confirmed that she will have “choices” of creating different looks for the Eras Tour.

I am honored that she let me design the gown for this special occasion. I’ve always been fascinated by women who constantly question and challenge themselves, and Taylor has proven through her work that she is a multifaceted artist, capable of constant transformation and evolution,” said Ferretti.

“Considering these stage gowns for her also made me reflect on milestones in my career, and I think what we’ve created reflects this journey in which key elements of my style have come to the fore: lightness, Femininity, romance, attention to detail and tenderness, gentle allure.”

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WHAT: A breezy gown by Albert Ferretti
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Inspiration: Swift’s dreamy art performance echoes “Folklore” and “Evermore,” like the Etro number she wore to the 2021 Grammys
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Time “1989”! To sing “Style,” “Blank Space,” “Shake It Off,” “Wildest Dreams,” and “Bad Blood” from her best-selling 2014 album, Swift donned Roberto Cavalli Cavalli) all over fuchsia two-piece set.

The fitted crop top and skirt combo bears a striking resemblance to the outfit Lorena Sarbu wore for the album tour, in many different shades.

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WHAT: A beaded two-piece top and skirt by Roberto Cavalli
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Inspired by: Lorena Sarbu Swift’s beaded suit from her 1989 tour.
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Swift wrapped up her set with a selection of songs from her latest 2022 album, Midnight.

In a nod to the song’s music video while performing the opening track “Lavender Haze,” she wore a furry coat with the title shade, which she wore in a sequin embroidered T-shirt dress, which she later wore alone Sing “Antihero”.

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WHAT: A colorful furry coat and sequined dress
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Music Video for the song Lavender Haze
Inspired by: Swift Free People Puffy Jacket from the “Lavender Haze” music video.
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Swift ended the show in sparkling style, rocking another beaded bodysuit — this time in “Midnight” blue by Oscar de la Renta — at the end of the “Karma” program.

Fans will appreciate the resemblance between Swift’s sparkly suit and her bejeweled outfit in the “Bejeweled” music video.

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The Look: Beaded Oscar de la Renta number in brilliant midnight blue.
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Inspired by: Body Swift “Bejeweled” by Michael Schmidt Studios
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Last September, Page Six broke the news that Swift was planning a major stadium tour.

“Taylor has really big plans,” an insider joked at the time. “She is delighted to be back in action after such a long but fruitful hiatus.”

It’s Swift’s first tour since 2018, when she played multiple stadiums in support of her Reputation album — and for fans who have waited five years to see their pop icon live again, her Opening Night excelled both in terms of playlist and style.

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