Check out her looks from opening night

You can still make the whole place shine.

Taylor Swift kicked off her long-awaited Eras Tour on Friday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, a show she previously described on Instagram as “a journey through the musical eras of my career (past and present!).”

And in addition to serenading lucky ticket holders with her greatest hits from each of her previous albums, the pop superstar paid homage to memorable looks from her many style eras over the years.

Swift kicked off the show by performing songs from “Lover” like “Miss Americana & The Heartbreak Prince” and “Cruel Summer,” dressed in an Atelier Versace jumpsuit and Christian Louboutin boots dazzled with pastel crystals befitting synth-sweetness. album pop.

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THE LOOK: A dazzling dreamy bodysuit from Atelier Versace
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THE INSPIRATION: Swift’s “Lover” era was drenched in pastel colors, and her performance at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, a collaboration between her stylist, Joseph Cassell, and Jessica Jones, is a prime example.
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Next, Swift performed a hit trio of “Fearless,” including the title track along with “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me.”

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

The only change? Instead of her once trademark curls, Swift wore her hair in a stylish bang.

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THE LOOK: A minidress with shiny gold fringes
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THE INSPIRATION: This famously stunning Roberto Cavalli mini from Swift’s “Speak Now” tour
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“Evermore” required a suitably “cottagecore” wardrobe change, with Swift donning a floating marigold corset dress by Etro to sing songs like “‘Tis the Damn Season” and “Champagne Problems.”

She even added a forest green velvet cape, also by Etro, for “Willow,” mirroring her look from that song’s music video.

Before delighting the crowd with tunes from his darker and edgier “Reputation” era, the superstar donned an asymmetrical bodysuit embellished with a bright red snake, a new and improved version of a similar one-sleeved look he wore during his run. 2018 tour in support. from that album.

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THE LOOK: An asymmetrical serpentine catsuit (eh, snake suit?)
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THE INSPIRATION: Swift wore this black sequined Jessica Jones dress during her “Reputation” tour.
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While Swift didn’t devote much of her set list to her “Speak Now” era, she opted for another quick switch before moving on to “Enchanted.”

And the gold Nicole + Felicia Couture gown she wore to perform the romantic song was a spitting image of the sequined, full-skirted Valentino dress she wore on tour for her third studio album in 2011.

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THE LOOK: A spectacular gold dress with a wide skirt by Nicole + Felicia Couture
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THE INSPIRATION: This Valentino sequin look-alike from Swift’s “Speak Now” tour
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Next up was a trip back to Swift’s “Red” era, with the musician recreating her look from her “22” music video almost note for note.

However, eagle-eyed fans were quick to notice that he had changed the message on his sequined T-shirt.

Whereas the original read, “There’s not much to do right now,” Swift this time appropriately removed the first word of the sentence.

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THE LOOK: Swift’s “22” Music Video Set, Subtly Updated
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THE INSPIRATION: Ashish T-shirt and Swift’s floppy hat from the song’s music video
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To sing her 10-minute version of the fan-favorite song “All Too Well,” Swift chose a scarlet and black sequined coat, a grown-up take on the iconic ringleader outfit she wore during her 2013 “Red” tour. .

She layered the look over a matching bodysuit, which she wore alone to perform “I Knew You Were Trouble.”

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THE LOOK: An ombre black and red sequin coat
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THE INSPIRATION: Swift’s ringleader moment from the “Red” tour
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For the “Folklore” portion of her show, Swift wore an enchanting custom lavender Alberta Ferretti gown with billowy sleeves, a plunging neckline, and lace details.

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

I am honored that you have asked me to design dresses for this special occasion. I have always been fascinated by women who constantly question and challenge themselves, and Taylor, through her work, has proven to be a multifaceted artist, capable of constant transformation and evolution,” said Ferretti.

“Thinking of these stage dresses for her also pushed me to reflect on my career milestones and I think what we have created reflects this journey where the key elements of my style are highlighted: lightness, femininity, romance, attention to detail and a delicate, soft seduction.”

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THE LOOK: A flowing, billowy dress by Alberta Ferretti
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THE INSPIRATION: Swift’s dreamy, bohemian rendition sounds like “Folklore” and “Evermore,” like this Etro number she wore during the 2021 Grammys
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“1989” time! To sing “Style,” “Blank Space,” “Shake It Off,” “Wildest Dreams” and “Bad Blood” from her best-selling album of 2014, Swift wore a fully embellished two-piece Roberto Cavalli ensemble in a rich style. . fuchsia tone.

The crop top and matching skirt combo was strikingly similar to the Lorena Sarbu ensembles she wore on tour for the album, which came in a host of different shades.

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THE LOOK: Roberto Cavalli Beaded Two-Piece Top and Skirt Set
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THE INSPIRATION: Lorena Sarbu with Swift beads from the “1989” tour
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Swift ended her set with a selection of songs from her most recent album, 2022’s “Midnights.”

While performing the opening track “Lavender Haze,” she nodded to the tune’s music video wearing a furry coat in the titular tune, which she layered over a sequined T-shirt dress that she later wore alone to sing “Anti-Hero.” .

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THE LOOK: A colorful furry coat and sequined dress.
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THE INSPIRATION: Swift’s fluffy Free People coat from the “Lavender Haze” music video
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Swift closed the show in sparkling and glittery fashion, donning yet another beaded bodysuit, this time designed by Oscar de la Renta in “Midnights” blue, to perform “Midnight Rain,” “Vigilante St,” “Bejeweled,” and “Mastermind.” ” before ending the program with “Karma”.

Fans will likely appreciate the parallels between Swift’s sparkling outfit and her gem-encrusted outfit for the “Bejeweled” music video.

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THE LOOK: A dazzling beaded Oscar de la Renta number in “Midnights” blue
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THE INSPIRATION: Swift’s “Bejeweled” Costume from Michael Schmidt Studios
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Last September, Page Six broke the news that Swift was preparing a gigantic stadium tour.

“Taylor has some really ambitious plans,” a source joked at the time. “She is excited to be back on the road after such a long but fruitful break.”

This is Swift’s first tour since 2018, when she played a series of stadiums in support of her “Reputation” album. set list and style.

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