There's nothing hotter than a celebrity pop-up shop. (Seriously! There were near riots at Justin Bieber's, and the crowds were thick at Kylie Jenner's.) So, Swifties everywhere are holding their breath for November 12, when Taylor Swift will open a New York City shop devoted to merchandise from the Reputation tour.
A lookbook for the merch gave a sneak peek at what the shop will offer. And let's just say: fans won't be hard-pressed to find T-shirts bearing Taylor's black-and-white image, hoodies decked with coiled snakes, and close-fitting sweatpants that simply read Rep. (Enough said.)
But, as Buzzfeed pointed out, one of the looks in particular may appeal to Taylor Swift fans who have followed her every style move for years. Let's take a quick trip down memory lane:
Back in 2014, Swift wore a burgundy shirt to a basketball game in New York. So far, so good ... until fans began to question whether the top was actually on backwards. The singer took note of her followers' concerns, and 'fessed up to the mistake on Tumblr with a note that read: "I wore the shirt wrong didn't I."
The whole shirt thing turned into a good-natured joke amongst Taylor Swift fans, because let's face it: It's great to know that even song-writing goddesses experience fashion snafus. But — even if it was on backwards — the top still looked great on Taylor. So much so, that it seems to have inspired a piece of clothing for her new pop-up shop.
See the similarity between this style and the one that made waves in 2014?
In case you needed proof, this cinches it: Taylor Swift always gets the last laugh. And if can't wait till November 12 for T-Swift newness, just hang on till midnight on November 3: that's when the singer will drop her new song "Call It What You Want."
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