Sitting in the audience for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour seems like one of the closest things we have to time travel. The set includes more than 40 songs spanning the first 17 years of her career and each Era also gets at least one wardrobe change. Watching Taylor Swift belt out “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me” while wearing a gold fringe mini dress is about as “OMG, am I actually back in 2009 right now” as it gets.
Taylor’s set list is broken down by Era, but not chronologically. In the show, she runs through her Eras in the following order: Lover, Fearless, Evermore, Reputation, Speak Now, Red, Folklore, 1989, Debut, and then, finally, Midnights.
And here’s a handy guide to exactly how Taylor has been honoring her own fashion history during the Era’s Tour.
Taylor opens her Eras Tour set with songs from Lover, opening in a sparkly bodysuit (the one she wore during the tour’s opening night was reportedly custom Versace) and equally sparkly knee-high boots (the pair from night one were Louboutin).
By the third song of the Lover portion of the set list, “The Man,” Taylor changes into a glittery blazer look:
On the second night of the tour, Taylor changed up her Lover looks:
The OG Fearless era was defined by lots of gold and lots of flapper-inspired fringe dresses, so that’s exactly what Taylor is giving fans in this portion of her 52-date musical runway show. Her night one Fearless look was this gold mini by Roberto Cavalli:
Night two came with a different gold fringe look during the Fearless set:
For the evermore portion of the evening, a long, marigold/mustard yellow dress:
Accessorized with a moss-encrusted piano:
Taylor’s reputation era was epitomized by dark energy and dark fashion and she delivers on that vibe perfectly on the Eras Tour in this custom asymmetrical masterpiece by Roberto Cavalli:
Speak Now doesn’t get much real estate in the Eras Tour set list (“Enchanted” appears to be the only song from the album that’s a permanent part of the show), but it’s a show-stopping fashion moment that sees Taylor channeling her inner Disney princess in a ballgown by Nicole + Felicia Couture:
This is one of the looks she switched up on night 2:
Red gets one of the best fashion moments during the Eras Tour, with Taylor recreating her “22” music video look—but with some edits to the text on her iconic “Not A Lot Going On at the Moment” tee. On night one, it said “A Lot Going On at the Moment”:
On night 2, the tee read “Who’s Taylor Swift Anyway? Ew.”
After performing “22,” Taylor changes looks into a sparkly red and black bodysuit that’s reminiscent of her iconic ringleader outfit from original Red tour.
Finally, Taylor adds a long coat to the look to perform the 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” presumably because the song’s fall vibes are so strong, she actually gets chilly the second she starts to sing it:
Next up is the folklore section of the playlist and Taylor changes into cottagecore chic to meet the mood. On night one, she wore a custom purple Alberta Ferretti gown:
This section of the show marked one of the starkest wardrobe differences for night two, when she wore this flowy dream of a dress, which is also custom Alberta Ferretti:
For the 1989 section of the set list, Taylor goes with sparkly two-piece numbers from Roberto Cavalli. Night one’s was pink:
Night 2’s variation was almost identical, but in lime green:
Taylor’s self-titled debut album doesn’t have much representation during the show, TBH, but during the opening night, she did perform “Tim McGraw” during the acoustic break between 1989 and Midnights while wearing this magenta gown:
Night 2’s acoustic look was similar, but in green (although it didn’t include any songs from her debut album):
Taylor ends her Eras Tour set list with songs from Midnights, beginning with “Lavender Haze” in a sequined mini with a fluffy purple, custom Oscar de la Renta coat:
She ditches the coat to perform “Anti-Hero”:
And then changes into her final look of the night, a black bodysuit (also Oscar de la Renta) for “Vigilante Sh*t” and “Bejeweled”:
Which she adds another fabulous coat to by the time she closes out the show with “Karma”:
The Midnights looks stayed mostly the same for night 2, except for the “Anti-Hero” mini, which was bright blue: