Taylor Swift’s 1989 spirit – gorgeous in blue dresses. Which one is your favourite

Taylor Swift’s new “era” has transformed the singer into a movie star, and she’s got the red carpet look to prove it.

The singer-songwriter, 33, attended the premiere of Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour concert film on Wednesday in Los Angeles.

Swift stepped out in a bright blue strapless embroidered cutout floral gown by Oscar de la Renta. She complemented her ensemble’s color by wearing a matching shade of blue eyeshadow along with her signature cat eye and red lip. She also wore a diamond string necklace and styled her curls into a chic low updo.

Swift shared a glimpse of her red carpet look for the premiere on Instagram. “🩵 PREMIERE DAY 🩵 ,” she wrote in the caption as she revealed that fans in America and Canada will have a chance to watch the film ahead of its Friday theatrical release with additional showings added on Thursday, Friday and throughout the weekend.

“I can’t thank you enough for wanting to see this film that so vividly captures my favorite adventure I’ve ever been a part of: The Eras Tour. And the best part is, it’s an adventure we’re still on together. 🫶 Getting in the car now…” the pop superstar concluded her message.

The film allows fans who won’t get a chance to see Swift’s Eras Tour in person to experience the concert at movie theaters across the world. This means the chance to hear new renditions of some of Swift’s oldest songs from the theater, and see Swift’s recreation of her style throughout the years.

The Eras Tour has delivered striking looks since it began March 13. Swift takes on multiple “eras” (and thus, multiple outfit changes) each night, with inspiration spanning across her 10 albums. Sporting both Versace bodysuits and Ashish tees, Swift has brought some wow-worthy looks to the stage.

Swift takes her audience on a journey each night, from girly dresses to represent the innocence of her self-titled debut album, to powerful looks that seem to recall her “villain era.”

For the Eras Tour, the Grammy winner wore a number of Roberto Cavalli dresses, notably in her Fearless and 1989 looks. These ensembles have consisted of shimmery gowns and coordinated sets, as Swift brings more glamour to the stage.

Speak Now also brings to the stage more shimmer, with Swift dazzling in sparkly gowns. The tour’s second night featured an iconic Speak Now-esque look, as Swift took to the stage in a Zuhair Murad ballgown.

Swift can make a statement in glitz and glam, too.

For Red, Swift has worn sequinned Ashish tees, which read witty messages like, “A lot going on at the moment” and, “Who’s Taylor Swift anyway? Ew.”

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Then, there’s the iconic Reputation-era catsuit! Roberto Cavalli made this powerful jumpsuit, which seems to encapsulate the power of this era for Swift.

Swift embraced her “villain era” in the striking look, which blends black and red sequins to create the image of a snake.

Lover brings some of Swift’s best looks — with Versace bodysuits nailing the feminine power of the album.

Swift has also donned an iconic Versace blazer and coordinating Christian Louboutin knee-high boots during the Lover set.

The show would not be complete without Swift’s more recent albums, and the looks that feel more familiar to any newer fan.

Folklore and Evermore represent a return to Swift’s acoustic era. As the album pared down to the basics, Swift embraced her acoustic roots. This means more feminine dresses and a very natural feeling in the set’s styling.

For a return to the dramatic, Midnights, Swift’s most recent album, brings us back to her glitzy glamour.

As Swift performs songs like “Karma” and “Mastermind,” she wears sequinned outfits that call back to her 2014 album 1989. Looking nothing short of pop royalty, the superstar makes it clear — she’s on top of the world, and she’s embracing the stardom.

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