The world can’t stop talking about Taylor Swift’s new album Reputation. Whether you can’t bare to listen to her new single “Look What You Made Me Do” or you have it on repeat, (I admit I can’t stop playing it) one thing that’s undeniable is her edgy, cool new looks.
Her cover arts display a new, rocker-chic kind of Taylor and in one image she wears over-the-knee boots that are over $2,000. However, getting her look doesn’t need to burn a hole in your wallet.
Continue reading for ways to get the country turned pop superstar’s new looks.
This is one of the covers for Swift’s two magazines that are available for pre-order. Her hair is in its natural golden tendrils and she kept her classic lip, except this time opting for a deeper red (we see you, Taylor). As for the outfit, she sports a camouflage print jacket covered with patches. She wears the jacket as a dress and abandons pants.
Here’s how to get this look for less:
To achieve Taylor’s burgundy red lip, try MAC’s Matte Lipstick in the shade “DIVA.” It costs $17.50
Taylor’s camo jacket is by Marc Jacobs and costs $1,500.
This jacket from Nordstrom Rack is a close duplicate and it’s currently on sale for $28.97. This Ashley Mason Oversized Longline Camo Parka is perfect for the Fall. Due to its baggy fit, it will be easy to wear as a dress with boots or sneakers. If you want patches like Tay, you can even hot glue some on as a DIY project.
In her second magazine cover, Taylor poses against a sunset orange backdrop wearing an oversized black hoodie and the infamous Gianvito Rossi $2,095 boots.
These suede pointy toe over the knee boots are killer. Here’s how to get them with a smaller price tag:
These ALDO Asteille Midnight Black Boots are almost identical. They come in three different shades and cost $130.
This Basic Oversized Hoodie Dress is from Soho Girl and is on sale for $24.99. If this sweatshirt dress still feels too short for you, just layer a pair of black shorts under it.
As we wait for the rest of Taylor’s much anticipated new album, we can find comfort and relief in that her fashion choices are as good, and perhaps riskier, as ever.