The Taylor Swift-inspired fashion trend that no woman is safe from

Taylor Swift’s concert has exposed a great Australian tradition and a $25.00 skirt has driven home the point.

The megastar took over Australia in recent weeks, with three sold-out shows at Melbourne’s MCG and four at Sydney’s Accor stadium.

Hundreds of thousands of fans attended her epic three and-a-half hour concerts, which caused mass hysteria across the country.

Everyone’s been shaking it off, living out their wildest dreams and popping some sparkles to celebrate.

When we weren’t doing that, Swifties were dedicated to being hyper-aware of Taylor’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce, and knowing his exact location during his whirlwind visit.

Taylor Swift performs during the first night of The Eras Tour in Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia, 16 February 2024.

To say it’s been a busy time for Taylor Swift fans, is surely the understatement of the year.


They’ve been up to their eyeballs making friendship bracelets and spending a small fortune on cowboy boots and stick-on sequins.

The extreme fandom is hardly surprising, because as we know, if there’s one thing Aussies love to do when a musical act comes to town, it’s to start dressing exactly like their icon.

 

Fans have been spending a small fortune on cowboy boots and stick-on sequins.

One concertgoer, Emma Butler, noticed that fans all fell in love with the same super affordable mini skirt.

Part of the fun of embracing Swift’s Era’s tour is getting dressed up for the occasion, and sequins are heavily encouraged by all.

One attendee, Emma Butler, noticed that fans all fell in love with the same super affordable mini skirt from fashion chain Glassons.

She commented on TikTok that initially, she believed her skirt was “super unique” until she wore it to a concert and realised everyone else was wearing the exact same thing.

Emma’s TikTok video proves that the skirt was everywhere, with hordes of women all opting for the exact same sequin number, in an array of bright colours.

Who doesn’t love a sparkly shirt for less than $50?

The Glassons skirt is sold out but has become the unofficial fan uniform.

People online were divided over the viral trend, with one calling it “amazing” and another saying everyone wearing it “slayed”.

One claimed it was “basic” and another pointed out that trends are popular for a reason, mostly because the clothes look good.


Someone else shared that it was one of her “fears” to turn up somewhere and find another wearing the exact same outfit, and another commented they were relieved when they arrived at the concert and saw no one was dressed the same as them.

Of course, concerts bring this kind of co-ordination out in Aussies.

One person claimed it was “basic” and another pointed out that trends are popular for a reason, mostly because the clothes look good.

It isn’t just Taylor Swift who gets people raiding their wardrobes.

After Blink 182’s recent Aussie shows, a similar video went viral pointing out that everyone there was also dressed the same.

Millennials had been flocking to their shows and detail in a viral video proved they were all throwing on their Converse sneakers and band T-shirts, showing off their calf tattoos and squeezing into their skinny jeans.

 

Fans are seen above dressed like Taylor Swift as they watch her concert film, "Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour."

Creator Jem posted a TikTok revealing a sea of millennials all dressed comically the same at the band’s Adelaide gig.

“Tell me it is a Blink 182 concert without telling me it is a Blink 182 concert,” she wrote.

The video has now amassed 8000 likes, and people in the comment section were quick to laugh at how similar all Blink 182 fans look.


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