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60's are back?!

It's been a while since I wanted to talk about Taylor Swift here, since the release of her album '1989' to be more specific.
Well... I think good and beautiful things have no expiration date if they are made to inspire others isn't it ?! And Taylor is inspiring me... with her new songs and her new style!
She's been rocking the NYC streets like a doll! A cute doll with beautiful girly dresses, skirts and her new signature: the red lips.
Here I share some of my fav street style ladylike looks of her day-by-day (going out for lunch... leaving the gym... or for a Whole Foods quick run) ultra-feminine wardrobe.


"Cherry lips, crystal skies
I could show you incredible things..." Blank Space

The costumes of the video - something about 20 outfits - are a prove that she knows what she's wearing, it fits her well, she modernized the vintage wardrobe of a movie diva from the 60's and brought it to her style now.

In this pivotal scene she wears a matching pale orange and white striped shirt and skirt by Stephanie Waldrip paired with Linda Farrow sunnies.

Some vintage-inspired looks...

and some glamorous Red Carpets...

Taylor looked the epitome of NYC chic leaving a restaurant in a mint green dress, bright red lips, and fuchsia heels.

Always with the Red Lipstick on!

"I'm totally a dress girl!" she said...

Yellow gingham cropped sweater tee + mint green skater skirt + retro red lip ♡

Has Taylor been catching up on her Mad Men episodes? This retro look is all kinds of cool.

And while we wait for her new music video "Bad Blood" - that will be released today at the Billboard Music Awards - let's watch "Blank Space" again! Yeah!

* "I definitely think about a million people when I get dressed in the morning." - Taylor Swift


The resurgence of 60s fashion trends signifies a nostalgic nod to the era's iconic styles and cultural significance, infusing contemporary fashion with a retro flair that continues to inspire designers and fashion enthusiasts today.