Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, on August 9, 2023. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Taylor Swift ended the first leg of her massive Eras Tour on Wednesday night, and she wore some of her most showstopping looks to date.
Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, on August 9, 2023.
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The show was one of six sold-out nights Swift played at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California, before taking a break.

She’ll return to the Eras Tour later this month with four shows in Mexico City, Mexico.

Swift debuted her first new outfit of the night — a baby-blue ball gown covered in crystals — about halfway through the show.
Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, on August 9, 2023.
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The halter dress with a fitted bodice and full skirt was custom-made for Swift by Nicole + Felicia, a sister design duo who previously created other “Speak Now” looks for the Eras Tour.

In an Instagram post, the designers said the sparkling dress was decorated with their “signature intricate beadwork and 3D floral embellishments.”

She surprised the audience again during the “Folklore” section, appearing onstage in a baby-blue version of the flowing dress she wears each night.
Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, on August 9, 2023.
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Designed by Alberta Ferretti, the floor-length dress was adorned with small crystals across the chest and cape sleeves.

Shortly after, Swift performed “1989” hits in a deep-blue crop top and miniskirt — another never-before-seen look.
Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, on August 9, 2023.
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Swift has worn the same outfit in different shades each time she’s performed the “1989” section of the Eras Tour. And Roberto Cavalli has designed each one.

The two-piece set she wore on Wednesday was mostly the same, featuring a beaded fringe crop top with thin straps and a matching, high-waisted miniskirt.

But its colorway was entirely new, crafted with ocean-blue beads that perfectly mirrored the 2014 era.

Fans had anticipated that Swift would announce the release date of “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” at the Wednesday night show. She did just that in an ocean-blue wrap dress.
Taylor Swift announced “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” during her final Eras Tour show on the US leg.
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Each night of the Eras Tour, Swift has covered her “1989” outfit with a Jessica Jones wrap dress to perform at least two surprise songs.

While she’s worn various colors throughout the tour — pink, green, and yellow, to be exact — she’d never worn a blue version of the off-the-shoulder dress until Wednesday night.
During the final section of the show, Swift stepped onstage wearing a sparkling T-shirt dress in, you guessed it, a baby-blue shade.

Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, on August 9, 2023.

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Swift has worn the sparkling, baby-blue T-shirt dress at least twice before, the most recent time being her second Nevada show in March.

When she removed the T-shirt and her fuzzy jacket a few songs later, Swift revealed a daring bodysuit covered in cutouts.
Taylor Swift performs at the Eras Tour in Los Angeles, California, on August 9, 2023.
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Zuhair Murad designed the high-neck piece, saying on Instagram that it features “shimmering crystal embellishments, cascading intricate beaded fringes,” and a matching garter.

Swift actually debuted the outfit on Tuesday night, leading fans to question if it was a “1989 (Taylor’s Version)” Easter egg because Swift had worn a similar outfit on her original 1989 tour.

They seemed to be right.