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Taylor Swift’s two-year style fixation

Published 02/07/2015

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift has no idea what her next long-term style trend will be.

The Bad Blood singer is rarely seen without a crop top and pair of shorts or mini skirt on. It has become a staple of the 25-year-old’s wardrobe, and during a chat with People magazine, she revealed her reasons why.

“It’s hard to say when I decided they’re what I want to wear all the time, but I’ll make up my mind, and that’s all you’ll see me wear for two years,” she laughed to the outlet.

Taylor is a fan of a trademark look, and previously favoured a retro vibe.

“You might recall from 2012 to 2014, you didn’t see me in any outfit that didn’t look like I was straight out of the ’50s,” she added. “Who knows what it’ll be next.”

Taylor did seem to be branching out in her look last month when she was spotted wearing a harness over a rocker-style T-shirt and shorts. She was also carrying a $5,150 Christian Louboutin x Louis Vuitton bag, which is her new obsession.

“I never say fierce because I think it should be used lightly and when it’s appropriate, but this is a fierce bag,” she said. “It looks like a weapon. It’s got spikes on it!”

As for her signature make-up look, red lips have been the focus for a number of years now. Her new favourite shade is MAC Cosmetics’ Ruby Woo.

“It’s a staple. I was the last person to discover it,” she admitted.

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