If Taylor Swift's Eras were Babies - Blue Kangaroo Clothing

If Taylor Swift's Eras were Babies

Tasia Leslie

If you're like me and sat through a grueling 8+ hours at the computer trying to snag Taylor Swift Eras Tour tickets, then this blog post is for you. Whether or not you have kids, TS knows no age limit. If you do have kids, well, what better way to memorialize the historic moment of The Eras than by dressing your babe in some adorable album-themed apparel? 

I've compiled a list of outfits in order of album that any kid would swoon over. The best part? You can get them all on Blue Kangaroo! We'll start at the beginning...


This album was all about country Taylor and featured sun dresses, bright colors toned down by neutrals and brown, frills, ruffles and lace. Her formalwear was all about the sparkle and often featured large bustles. Everything about her look during this Era said, "youthful." 

Our Top Picks for the Debut/Self-Titled Era:


 The Fearless era was slightly more romantic and whimsical than her Debut era. Taylor introduced tulle, pleated skirts and sparkles into her wardrobe during this time. 

Our Top Picks for the Fearless Era:


Speak Now

Now three albums in, this era was all about leveling up her wardrobe with the incorporation of vintage pieces. She introduced denim, graphic sweaters, and headbands into her wardrobe at this time.

Our Top Picks for the Speak Now Era:



The RED era was marked by 50's housewife inspiration - tons of vintage elements like tea-length skirts and piped collars in a pallet of red, black and creams. 

Our Top Looks for the RED Era:



1989 was all about coordinated sets and rompers in bright colors. It was sporty, young and minimalistic. This is the perfect era to show off some chunky baby leg!

Our Top Picks for the 1989 Era:


Reputation was Taylor's rocker and punk style era. Her signature pieces included leather jackets, oversized band tees and distressed denim. 

Our Top Picks for the Reputation Era:



This era was the most eclectic. Pastel tie dye and sweet airbrush details are the core of this era. Think 70's glam meets 80's new age. 

Our Top Picks for the Lover Era:



These two eras, often paired together with Evermore being the academic older sister to Folklore. These era's styles are rooted in cottagecore, marked by loose, flowy dresses, cardigans, linen pants and overalls in muted neutral tones. 

Our Top Picks for the Folklore/Evermore Eras:


This era is Taylor's most recent with her release of her Midnights album in October 2022. The style for this era leans towards mid-century vintage and boasts corduroy anything by day and glam by night. 

Our Top Picks for the Midnights Era:




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