Taylor Swift Releases Merchandise For Her Eras Tour

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Meet her at midnight. Ahead of her upcoming Eras Tour, Taylor Swift just dropped her latest line of on-theme merchandise. The new collection features hoodies, crewnecks, and T-shirts with colorful graphics depicting 10 different versions of Swift — one for each of her studio albums.

The illustrations include the singer dressed in the iconic plaid coat from her “Evermore” cover, a purple gown harkening back to her “Speak Now” days, and the white matching set she wore on her “1989” tour alongside Selena Gomez.

The merch comes in navy, white, baby blue, and cream, with prices ranging from $35 to $65, but it’s only in stock for a limited time: according to Swift’s website, the clothing, as well as accessories like car decals and temporary tattoos, will be sold for a total of 72 hours or while supplies last. This means fans only have until Feb. 2 to get their hands on these limited-edition items before they’re gone for good.

Swift previously released merch for the albums preceding “Midnights,” including cute cardigans for “Folklore” and a snake-themed launch for “Reputation.” But this comfy collection is less of a theme and more of a celebration of Swift’s many different eras. Read on to find out where you can purchase the cozy merch yourself and see which design is your personal favorite.

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