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Taylor Swift Is Finally In Her Bejeweled Era And We Love It

Reisha Shetty
Junior Digital Writer

Taylor Swift has now entered her Bejeweled era and we couldn’t be happier. For those who don’t know this phenomenon, Taylor Swift’s fashion era normally matches the aesthetic and mood of the album she released that year. In November, Swift finally released her brand new album, Midnights, which was everything we could ever wish for. Soon after her Midnights era began, she branched out to the Bejeweled era, which was inspired by the song from her latest album. And, thankfully for us, the glitz and glam style comes right in time as the world prepares itself for the end-of-the-year festivities.

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Now that Taylor Swift has been blessing Swifties around the world with some dazzling looks, it’s time to take a closer look at the Bejeweled era.

Midnights Era

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Before we dive into the Bejeweled era, it’s impossible to go ahead without paying respect to the mother era, Midnights. Taking on the MTV VMA 2022 after party in a cobalt blue mini romper by Moschino with embellished stars is exactly the epitome of Midnights.

VMA 2022

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Swift’s stunning Oscar de la Renta outfit couldn’t scream Bejeweled louder than it already did.

EMA 2022

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Europe Music Awards got a whole dose of some bling in David Koma’s black bodysuit and caged skirt with emerald gems. An award-winning outfit for sure!

EMA 2022

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Taylor Swift refused to end the night in just one outfit and then decided to switch to David Koma’s embellished polo mini dress that ended the event with some awards and some major shimmer.

AMA 2022

An ode to her Reem Acra dress that she wore at the 2011 AMAs, Taylor Swift wore a golden halter jumpsuit with tiny rhinestones by The Blonds that brought in just the right amount of glam for the 2022 American Music Awards. Trust T Swift to bring in nostalgia with some glitz.