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These Last-Minute Taylor Swift Costumes Are A *Must* For Halloween 2023

It’s Taylor Swift’s world and we’re all living in it. October 2023 has been Swift’s most active month since the end of the Eras Tour. I don’t know about you guys, but I have been living for all of the Swift content we’ve gotten recently. With the Eras Tour movie finally out in theaters and Swift frequently appearing at the Kansas City Chiefs games, this has been a total Swift-ober. Since it seems Swift has gotten even more popular during this spooky szn, she’s the inspiration for many people’s — including myself — Halloween 2023 costumes

Though you could easily go all out dressing up as the singer this Halloween, you could also put together a last-minute Swift-inspired look that won’t go unnoticed. If anyone could pull together last-minute Taylor Swift Halloween costumes, it’s Swifties! Here are a few ideas for the girlies who want to live out their Taylor Swift fantasy for Halloween but have little time to put together a costume. 

We’re in our Chiefs era! 

In case you haven’t checked social media recently, Swift’s been seen at multiple NFL games since Sept. 24, supporting her rumored boyfriend Travis Kelce, tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs. Swift and Kelce’s rumored romance comes after he attended the Kansas City stop of her Eras Tour concert in July 2023. There, Kelce attempted to gift Swift a friendship bracelet with his phone number on it, but was unsuccessful. 

After Swift was photographed at a Kansas City Chiefs game wearing a KCC windbreaker, fans immediately flocked to the team’s website to purchase that same jacket.

The original windbreaker costs $114, but if you’d like to replicate Swift’s look, there’s an option to purchase a vintage Chiefs windbreaker online

Midnights on Halloween

One of my favorite Eras Tour outfits was Swift’s fringe metallic jacket she wore during the show’s finale. Luckily, Nasty Gal sells a similar jacket for $100. Trust me when I say, if you wear this on Halloween, you’re guaranteed to make the whole place shimmer. 

Dancing like we’re 22 (ooh ooh)

If you’ve been a fan of Swift since the Red era, this costume is for you! Most of the Red era can easily be categorized in one outfit: Swift’s iconic 22 shirt. The original “Not A Lot Going On At The Moment” shirt debuted in the “22” music video, but Swift brought it for the Red section of her Eras Tour. If you want to recreate this look for a last-minute Halloween costume, Nast Gal has you covered as they sell a similar shirt for $17.

Sick of running as fast as you can? Dress up like The Man! 

When Swift performed “The Man” on the Eras Tour, it was clear that she wanted to make a statement. Swift wore a glittery gray blazer with matching heeled boots. “The Man” is one of my favorite songs off the Lover album and if it’s yours too, I highly suggest purchasing a gray blazer and some glittery heels to live out your dreams of performing “The Man”  on stage. 

Leia Mendoza

TX State '24

Leia Mendoza is a national entertainment & culture correspondent and writer at Her Campus, where she writes and talks about the latest entertainment news and pop culture updates. As well as updating timely news, she covers a broad aspect of film, television and music for Her Campus Media. She is also a contributor to Oscars Central, where she covers award shows and future Oscar contenders. In addition to being a national writer & correspondent, she is also the Campus Correspondent for Texas State University’s chapter, overseeing all aspects of marketing, journalism, public relations and social media since 2022. Throughout her time as a campus correspondent, she has worked with beauty brands such as Prada, Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent on beauty and fashion campaigns. In addition, she is a Film Production and Fashion Merchandising student at Texas State University. In the past, she has covered events conducted by Texas State University, Austin Film Festival's On Story, & SXSW. She has conducted interviews for Paramount, MGM, and A24. You can find her in her spare time talking about bridging the worlds of film and fashion together, cinema preservation, indie darlings, and fabulous shopping sequences.