With an impressive 44-song set list and an over-three-hour runtime, Taylor Swift’s highly anticipated Eras tour included an impressive number of costume changes that likely went along with her different eras. And based on what I’ve seen of her stunning outfits, I’m quite sure they pleased both Swifties and casual observers alike. Swift’s eye-catching looks helped her to be seen by her thousands of fans across the massive arena, and you’re about to see why.

In addition to choosing dramatic looks that helped her to easily be spotted, Swift wore quite a few current trends during the first two nights of her concert. And luckily for her, there happen to be many Taylor Swift-esque trends out there right now. Scroll on for the noteworthy ones she’s wearing right out of the gate (all paired with custom Christian Louboutin shoes), and shop the Swift-inspired trends for yourself—no headlining concert needed.

This is one of several romantic ruffled dresses Swift wore, likely coinciding with her Folklore and Evermore era.  Seen on the S/S 23 runways of: Blumarine, Poster Girl, Simone Rocha

Sequins were a major part of many designers’ spring collections, and many of Swift’s looks featured them as well—with dazzling results. As seen on the S/S 23 runways of: Valentino, Tom Ford, Alaïa, Ludovic de Saint Sernin

Silver everything, but especially shoes, has come to the forefront of fashion this spring. Swift got the memo. As seen on the S/S 23 runways of: Khaite, Chanel, Ludovic de Saint SerninChloé

Swift’s shaggy faux fur jacket set a ’70s mood—in the most glamorous way possible. As seen on the S/S 23 runways of: Chloé, Gucci, Isabel Marant

While most of her shoe wardrobe consisted of sparkly heels and boots, Swift opted for loafers (which are a classic but also as trendy as ever) for one of her more casual outfits. As seen on the S/S 23 runways of: Miu Miu, Tod’s

While certainly a very fancy take on the balletcore trend, Swift’s pink full-skirted gown was princess meets ballerina through and through. As seen on the S/S 23 runways of: Sandy Liang, Simone Rocha, Miu Miu

Fringe is basically made for dancing, so there’s no surprise here that it was one of Swift’s chosen trends. On the S/S 23 runways of: Proenza Schouler, Bottega Veneta, Bevza

Next up, 7 spring color trends all the fashion-girl celebrities are wearing.

By Carly20