Talk about showing off a little leg! Taylor flaunted her long legs in a plaid mini and proudly rocked a concert tee — just days after checking out the famous band! Love her laid-back, LA look? SHOP for it right here.
Taylor Swift, 24, stepped out in LA looking very Cali-girl-cool during a shopping trip. The “Blank Space” singer rocked ‘The 1975’ concert tank and a plaid mini skirt that worked so well together! If you want to take a few pieces from Taylor’s look, SHOP for her outfit here.
Taylor Swift’s 1975 Shirt & Plaid Skirt — SHOP Her Outfit:
Taylor recently went to The 1975 concert with BFF Selena Gomez, 22, and she probably picked up this shirt as a souvenir! Instead of dressing it down with jeans and a plaid shirt, she decided to rock the sleeveless shirt with a black plaid RD Style ‘Women’s Knit Plaid Skater Skirt.’ Taylor aced the trendy, flirty look by adding a black chunky heel and a leather handbag. This look is perfect for those sunny LA days and we can not get enough of how adorable she looks!
If you love Taylor’s look as much as we do you can purchase both the shirt and the skirt for yourself. You can get The 1975 T-shirt, which features the band’s signature logo, for just $30 here. You can also purchase the plaid skater skirt for $51 here.
How YOU Can Style Taylor’s Look
Not a fan of Taylor’s preppy look? You can easily take this top and turn it into a completely different style. Switch out the plaid skirt for distressed jeans and the black chunky heel for a pair of black combat boots. If you loved her unique styling, you can also sport it in cooler weather — simply pair it with tights, booties, and a leather jacket. Keep your hair down and chose a bold lip color and you have officially transformed this entire look!
What do you think? Will you be adding these pieces to your closet?
— Lauren Carr
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