One of the best things about fall is layering — and T-Swift is such a pro at pulling off the look. Now that the temperature is dropping it’s a great time to break out knit dresses and chunky sweaters — don’t know how to wear them together? Take a stylish note from Taylor and SHOP if you want to rock her exact look.
The cooler months have finally set in which means that is time to break out all your favorite fall gear. Taylor Swift, 24, recently stepped out wearing some classic fall staples that are both comfy, chic and perfect for any fall day. Want to get her exact knit dress and sweater to add to your closet? Shop below to find out where to get Taylor’s look and how to style it for yourself!
Taylor Swift’s London Outfit:
It’s getting cold outside which means that we all need to start bundling up! Taylor had already gotten a head start — and she showed it off when she stepped out in London wearing a grey ‘Ballet Fit and Flare’ dress from Free People. The short dress has a low scoop back which laces up. She covered up the laced dress with a sweater from 525 America. The V-neck boyfriend sweater from the brand is loose fitting and is the perfect piece to layer over the grey dress. She finished the look with an Aldo bag, black booties, and her signature black hat.
Taylor always steps out looking super fashionable and comfortable — and this look is no different. If you love this comfy layered look just as much as we do you can purchase the dress from Free People for $78 here and The 525 America sweater for $88 here!
How YOU Can Style This Layered Look:
Layering pieces is a key trick that everyone should incorporate into their fall style. Not only does it look cool but it’s a great way to stay warm on a cool day. Taylor did it perfectly with the dress, sweater, black tights and matching black booties. You could also wear this sweater with a tank top underneath and pair it with jeans and booties or wear the dress like Taylor, but with a leather jacket!
What do you think? Will you be copying Taylor’s layered look this fall?
— Lauren Carr