Taylor Swift went out with Sophie Turner, Selena Gomez, Gigi Hadid & more

Taylor Swift was out again with her girl squad on Saturday night. She was out and about in New York with Selena Gomez, Gigi Hadid, Sophie Turner, Brittany Mahomes and Cara Delevingne. It looks like some other people were there too, but I guess those peeps weren’t as famous. You get the idea though – Swift is once again rolling deep in celebrity friendships and showing everyone that she’s all about her girlfriends. Vintage 1989 vibes. It’s like the Taylor Swift Cinematic Friendship Universe.

It’s strange that for all of Taylor’s money, connections and access, she can’t really figure out a way to pull together a cohesive outfit. It’s even more noticeable with her street style, even though this is one of her better looks in recent months. In my opinion, the boots are interesting but they should have been paired with a sleeker outfit, like a standard LBD. They don’t “go” with a twee miniskirt. There’s too much happening below the waist, with the flare of the skirt and the “slouch” of the boots. One thing I will give Taylor is that she and her security are doing a great job at allowing the paparazzi to get good shots of her and her outfits.

Anyway, 1989 (Taylor’s Version) is now Taylor’s best first-week sales ever. Per Variety, it moved “1.653 million equivalent album units. That puts it ahead of her previous personal best, which was 1.578 million for “Midnights,” released just over a year ago.” The Taylor’s Version album performed BETTER than the first week sales of the original 1989. What a racket, honestly.

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  1. Bettyrose says:

    Am I crazy or is her outfit ridiculously cute? I read this list of celebs to my SO last night and he was like “I know who they all are!” Actually he didn’t know Brittany Mahomes but now he does. I didn’t even realize Cara Delvigne was a know entity in the geek-verse because of some acting credits.

    • Mcali02 says:

      I love it it too! The boots are super hot. Love ober the knee boots.

    • ama1977 says:

      Love the boots and the vibe she was going for with the skirt (which I also love, but not with the boots) and I disagree that a LBD would have been a better choice. I think a mini in the same fabric, but a straight hem vs. pleats would have been perfect. This is reminiscent of my favorite style of 20 years ago (when I was in my early 20’s) and knee-high boots with a short skirt was my favorite fashion statement.

      This skirt would look great with opaque tights and a loafer like the chunky-heeled pair she had on in yesterday’s post, which was also one of my all-time favorite fall pairings of 20 years ago. #ImOld

    • Demona says:

      I agree with you and often disagree with Kaiser on fashion. It’s cute. An LBD and those boots make it kardashian/real housewife territory. The oversized sweater elevates it beyond a sexy schoolgirl attempt.

      Then again I hate boring safe fashion we have seen a thousand times and my cup of tea is definitely not mainstream

    • Eggplantpeggie says:

      I’m of the same opinion. It’s very 90’s which is why I probably love this. The younger generation are tweeking our AMAZING 90’s fashion, it’s nothing innovative, but I’m loving the freshness of it and how it’s also nostalgic for me.

    • Delphine says:

      I like it better with the coat over it. The boots would look better with a body con dress imo.

    • Lisa says:

      It is a great outfit and completely on trend. She looks amazing.

    • Fabiola says:

      I love Taylor’s outfit. It’s cute.I don’t see what’s wrong with it. Now the lady in the blue. Don’t like that outfit with the white boots.

    • Emily says:

      I saw a side by side of this outfit and an identical outfit worn by Rachel on Friends. Its’ very cute.

  2. Aardvark Hoover says:

    I hate and I love the boots. But is it just me, or is the whole outing a bit… twee? Love Taylor, but it seems a little bit juvenile.

    • Eleonor says:

      The skirt makes me think of Britney “baby one more time”!

      • ML says:

        Weird comment (I know): Taylor is known for covering her belly button, but that miniskirt looks like if she had a crop top on, you could see her belly button. I don’t know if I’ve ever seen her wear a skirt or pants that low on her hips before.
        To me the outfit is okay enough. My issue is with the orange lipstick.

      • Megan says:

        It’s her cheerleader look to go with her football player boyfriend.

    • Ameerah M says:

      Her style is always a bit twee.

  3. Chica says:

    Is Brittany flying in fromKC to attend theses dinners?

    • Kathgal says:

      The Kansas city Chiefs were playing in Germany yesterday. My guess is she didn’t go.

    • AgathaTatiana says:

      Brittany and 2 other wives of Chiefs players spent the weekend in NYC while the guys were in Germany. The previous dinner in NYC was while the Chiefs were playing the Jets.

  4. Legally Black says:

    The outfit is so close to being lovely, but the skirt is too low. It looks just a little off. I would have preferred a high waisted skirt. But the outfit is infinitely better with the black blazer added.

    • Lucy says:

      Yes, with the blazer it looks really good. Without, kind of suburban. So, Britney Mahomes fits in with that vibe. I say that, I don’t have anything particularly against Britney, but I saw a TikTok where a man said her hair shows she has no self awareness and now I can’t unsee it 😂

    • ML says:

      The low skirt sprung out at me as well, Legally Black. I can’t make ip my mind if it’s too low or not, because I’m hung up on Taylor never wearing anything low-waisted in the first place. And now she is.

  5. Michael says:

    So much of her life seems manufactured for paps and PR. I have zero idea who she really is because all we see is this kind of thing.

  6. Ash says:

    Ngl I wish Taylor would grow up.

    • Ameerah M says:

      THIS. This entire schtick is getting old.

    • Tess says:

      Honestly this forced hate is a bit much. She went out to dinner and that angers you for some reason? Do you not have friends or go out to dinner then?

      • Ameerah M says:

        Forced how?? People genuinely dislike her. Myself included. Not everyone has to like who you like. It’s okay.

        And this “girl squad” thing IS juvenile. All the hand holding, the matching outfits (at games). It’s giving teenage girl in high school.

      • Lisa says:

        Agree Tess it is so OTT and bordering on psychotic. I mean she has been friends with most of those people for decades but some how that makes her a terrible person for having dinner with them.

        Nothing about her behavior in this is juvenile, or did I miss the memo that once you hit 30 you aren’t allowed to have friends and go to dinner with them?

    • Voominvava says:

      Sorry, but as a woman almost 50… I think people who tell others to grow up need to lighten up. Live a little! Do what makes you happy. 😊 also, for the record I tend to think that someone with that business sense and music reputation are not immature. I think the snark just stems from annoyance or envy. Which is normal, but maybe a little unfair.

      • AC says:

        I think it’s more than OK to have a group of women go out for a fun night out at any age.
        For Taylor, I think she just loves the limelight and PR that goes with it. In this day and age where there are so many talented young Gen Z female artists, I think she probably feels the need to stay in the spotlight.

  7. Lauren says:

    She’s a great storyteller, but yeah, girlfriend cannot put an outfit together. Great individual pieces do not guarantee a great outfit. Wish she would hire a stylist, at least for these pap strolls.

    • Twin Falls says:


    • Voominvava says:

      But isn’t style personal? Don’t get me wrong, I love what Law Roach and Zendaya put together and find it exciting, but sometimes we don’t need to be told what other people think is stylish is the only answer all the time. There is no right or wrong in fashion, and the beauty of it is that we can all have our own style and opinions. I guess I just feel so strongly about the mass of opinions being thrown at us at every corner. I sort of appreciate when celebs go against that and like what they like. I just finished the Apple TV Supermodels doc so maybe it’s top of mind .. all of the fashion and beauty propaganda we are subject to. 😉

      • Twin Falls says:

        I get what you’re saying but picking at articles of clothing seems pretty low stakes gossip.

        For whatever reason, her outfits just seem a little off for her. Like I really like what Sophie is wearing on her. I really like what Selena is wearing on her. I like the blazer with the boots on TS but the skirt/shirt combo just seems not quite the right fit even if she kept the plaid skirt with a solid top just different pieces. But maybe that’s wasting a stylist’s talents? I don’t know. I’d rather talk about a celebrity’s fashion choices than their children.

  8. wordnerd says:

    Brittany Mahomes looks like a Real Housewife. Rich, blonde, and tacky AF.

    • Lurker25 says:

      Yeah that glitter spaghetti halter neckline thing is just… Ughhh. It’s exactly what any real housewife (except the new cast of NY) would wear to look “classy”. It’s giving rich stripper.

    • lucy2 says:

      I like the color of her outfit, but not the halter part.

    • MY3CENTS says:

      It looks like every person there is going to a different event, they are dressed so different, especially Brittany, she didn’t get the memo.

      • Bros says:

        Her forced rehabilitation of that tacky quarterback’s wife is such a gross stunt. Everyone hates Brittany and it’s like a PR move engineered in a lab between TS’s PR person and the Mahomes’ PR person. It really should be beneath this 33 year old woman to have to hold hands with a universally reviled shrieking trailer trash 1999 prom queen reject but I don’t think anything is too tragic for TS when she wants to have lots of spotlight to sell tickets to her lame music and movie. The entirety of TS 3.0 – Football version is just grossing me out. She’s just capitalism personified. Nothing true or real craft or artistic honesty- she’s hologram of optimized sales engineered in a boardroom.

    • Lucy says:

      She’s somewhere between Texas prom queen and WAG. She’s from outside Dallas so I don’t know if she’ll ever be able to overcome her hair delusions. She does have better casual style, generally. Sort of.

      • AnneL says:

        I know plenty of people that age who grew up in Texas, including in the suburbs, who have better hair sense/taste than she does. It really depends on where you go to school, who your friends and family are, what image you choose to have, etc.

      • Lucy says:

        AnneL, I’ve lived in Dallas for 20 years now. There are plenty of people with good taste here, and there’s plenty of women of all ages that have the Dallas cheerleaders as their icons. Pretty clear which one she picked. And that’s pretty typical for East Texas.

  9. FancyPants says:

    Do people just plan to stand up all night when they wear these short skirts? Does their security detail carry a lap blanket for them when they want to sit, or something to put underneath them? I wouldn’t want my bare skin on whatever restaurant chair with my bare cheeks shining on everyone behind me.

  10. girl_ninja says:

    But everything about her style is twee, even her music. Isn’t that a reason that so many little girls like her music too? Attractive young woman with a lovely figure but doesn’t have great style.

  11. Lurker25 says:

    NGL, I dislike TS intensely. It from a place of cognitive dissonance since I love how she’s so powerful, brought the NFL to it’s knees, makes great money moves, and I even like the cleverness of some of her lyrics (anti-hero)…I just cannot stand that she’s so “who me? I’m just a girl” about it.

    She plays the game of socio-cultural misogyny very very well.

    She’s a powerful, strategic, hyper competitive women who will not own that bc then her fans and the media will turn on her.

    So she plays to the neuroses and insecurities of her fans, makes them feel like she’s as vulnerable as they are, gets them to buy 5 copies of the same record bc a NEW COLOR! SO PRETTY! Omg GLITTER PENS!, makes them feel smart and bonded to her with these juvenile easter eggs etc… again fine, move your merch get that bag. But it’s a racket as this article pointed out. She’s weaponized these young fans into propelling her to the top of charts, into silencing anyone (Olivia Rodrigo) who could reveal anything that contradicts her image.

    Bc she knows how this society will not stand for a powerful young woman so she cultivates the air of vulnerability (he broke my heart HE broke my heart that other guy I dated for shorter than an Amazon return window broke my heart) and wholesomeness (hot white girl squads! Tell me Zoey isn’t a calculated recent addition and she’s always had brown ppl in her squads?) and whatever it takes to not become the next Britney Spears.

    • QuiteContrary says:

      Seriously, does Bruce Springsteen get criticized for cosplaying a working-class man of the people, even though he’s insanely wealthy? (Huge Springsteen fan BTW.)

      Taylor knows her audience — good for her. And she has been canny about the business of producing music, while treating those who work for her fairly. Also good for her.

      I’m kind of tired of people picking apart successful women. NGL.

      • Red says:

        “I’m kind of tired of people picking apart successful women. NGL.”

        I think we can criticize women that are billionaires when she very much WANTS us to discuss her. This type of protection is insane for someone like her.

      • AnneL says:

        I get what Lurker2 is saying but I pretty much agree with you. Taylor Swift reads her fan base and gives them what they want, including some things they didn’t know they wanted. And not all of her fans are so die-hard as to buy All The Colors. She has plenty who pick and choose what they consume a lot more discriminately, too.

        I mean, people give her a hard time for wearing mini skirts and collegiate-inspired sweaters at age 33. Meanwhile, men who became famous in the 1960s and 70s are still out there strutting with their guitars on stage, taking in money from nostalgic Boomers. These guys are grandfathers. I’m not going to pick on them, so why would I pick on Swift?

      • girl_ninja says:

        “I’m kind of tired of people picking apart successful women. NGL.”

        Ah…you’ll be fine and so will Taylor.

      • QuiteContrary says:

        I’m sure we’ll both be fine LOL, girl_ninja.

        I’m not a Swiftie — too old for that — though my daughters are fans. And I completely agree that Swift is open to criticism.

        But I find some of that criticism gendered … like I said, no one is chiding The Boss for play-acting as a man of the people.

    • Glamarazzi says:

      This is so insightful. It’s hard to admire someone who is so calculated, but on the other hand wow is she a player. Gotta tip the hat.

      Honestly I like the original mixes of 1989 so much better than this new release.

    • Joantastic says:

      This is such a great comment. After years, logged in just to say I agree with Lurker25. That’s how on point this comment is.

    • Kate says:

      This is how I felt watching the eras movie with my kids when in the opening part she stands there with her mouth open looking *shocked* at the fans screaming for her. But it’s really drawn out as if she was just a person walking down the street and suddenly dropped onto a stage in a giant arena. It’s like you are doing this night after night and I’m sure you get the same reaction each time are you actually amazed or are you performing humility for your fans?

      But that said as much as her affect irks me I have come around on some of her songs since seeing the movie and I do have to hand it to her she is a talented and prolific songwriter.

      • Voominvava says:

        I just want to add that I also think the “Who, me?” act is old, but a lot of her lyrics talk about her power and her business sense, and how if she were male she would be more respected … probably just not the handful of songs the majority has heard.
        (ETA: this was supposed to go under the original post)

    • Lurker25 says:

      Quick follow up to my original point. @Quitecontrary, annel, Lisa and others – I’m not criticizing her for her business sense or strategic use of the NFL, or what she wears or any of that. Quite the opposite. Good for her.

      Tosay that we’re picking on her and not the 80 year old men still dressing like rebellious pirates or working class men is missing my point. Of course those men aren’t criticized – that’s how misogyny works. Men get excused for EVERYTHING, especially the very same things that women get picked apart for mercilessly. I thought mentioning Britney Spears in this context made that very clear. Spears owned her own sexuality and made the teen-dream-to-grown-woman transition before/bigger/less apologetically than any pop princess before her, and she was **crucified** she dated brown men and was seen as mentally instable, Timberlake weaponized a teenage breakup against her and adult media not just swallowed his version unblinkingly, they then reacted as though his (fake) pain was something she should beg forgiveness for untill the end of days.

      My point is that TS is smart enough to understand this. It’s also that she understands it so well she USES it.

      No “owning her sexuality’ business, tyvm. It’s all the guys fault and being a victim (hi Justin) over and over again.

      It’s “who, little ‘ol meee??” over and over again.

      It’s the calculated “relatability” not the “it’s Britney, bitch” reality. (I’m not calling her a bitch! The reference to BS is that she’s actually a shot caller!)

      It’s the performative wholesomeness of fourth of July parties with “friends” that look like a Ralph Lauren ad (and some have *been* in Ralph Lauren ads!) To the point of calling herself miss Americana! Girl could be doing real estate shows since she frickin owns a percentage of America, but that’s power and she knows that miss Americana is supposed to leave that to the men. So more about her dreams as a little girl and writing her quil songs and her glitter pen songs and whatever.

      I’m not hating the power, I admire a successful woman. I dislike the white woman tears source of the power.

      I hate the hippocracy of a woman who aimed “there’s a pecial in hell women who don’t support other women” barbs at Fey/Poehler but then undermines and profits off young women like Olivia who idolized her.

      She knows exactly what she’s doing. She’s using misogyny to protect herself just as she uses it against other women.

      • Fabiola says:

        You’re read too much into her success. Some singers just have mass appeal because they have catchy songs can be played over and over again.Taylor, Drake, Doja, Bad Bunny.

  12. Immaculate Misconception says:

    LURKER25 you are so on point with your whole comment! I’ve never see someone make such a succinct explanation of why TS grates on my nerves so much. Beautifully done!

  13. Ameerah M says:

    You either have innate style or you don’t. She just…doesn’t. The whole girl gang thing is so high school. Also this photo reminds me of that photo of the table full of white celebs smiling at the camera while eating dinner.

  14. AnneL says:

    Someone on another site said her outfit is giving Rachel Green and I think they got it right. They found a picture of Rachel in an outfit that is VERY similar, except that her boots were just below the knee instead of above it. Yes, Rachel wore it better. The costume people on that show were very good and Rachel was always the fashionista. But Rachel had more edge so it worked better on her.

    I mean, Taylor doesn’t have the greatest style but I don’t think that was every her strong suit or even a great interest of hers. She seems to prefer real estate. She spends her money the way I would spend mine, if I had as much as she does: on nice homes, her cats, her family, outings with friends, and being generous with her workers.

  15. Clancy says:

    What strikes me about these photos is the holding hands and linking arms. This is what people do as teens or maybe in their early twenties. It’s cringy performative. We do this as girls for lots of reasons but I can’t help thinking it makes adult women look so juvenile and immature. Almost like they aren’t strong or powerful enough on their own to just walk normally.

    • Lisa says:

      Dear god I feel sorry for you and your friends.

      Also do you think they might do that because of the crowds?

    • ncboudicca says:

      If i’m in heels going down steps and there are flashbulbs going off in my face, you’d better believe I’d be happy to link arms or hands with a girlfriend.

  16. Ludovica says:

    Controversial take… In my opinion TS has no style. And I finally figured out why I don’t agree with her… she occasionally gives Kate Middleton vibes because of the infantilization of TS narrative.

  17. Mimi says:

    I really hope Taylor starts styling Brittany Mahomes – she’s very pretty, but she never looks put together and her looks are very dated – like it’s too try-hard or she’s going to prom. Get a good color, cut and blow-out and learn how to do makeup that is flattering; shop in some high-end NYC stores and have the clothes tailored if you need to – jeez, your husband makes plenty of money. And for anyone who says she’s from the Midwest, there are plenty of people in the Midwest and from the Midwest who know how to throw together a good look (think Halle Berry, Katie Holmes, Gabrielle Union, Ellie Kemper, January Jones).

  18. Normades says:

    Outfit looks ok with the coat but the pleated skirt looks absolutely terrible with the boots imo.

  19. A says:

    I don’t think she does the “who me?” thing that she used to do. In the Eras tour movie it’s very much delivered with a wink and she jokes about having a dangerous amount of power over the crowd. In her music too, there are lots of references to her success and power. I think because she was doing lots of interviews and more personal Instagram posts in her early 20s, that’s still how a lot of people see her. When the reality is she’s a very different person today judging by the handful of interviews she’s given in the past 8 years.

    Also the hate Brittany Mahomes gets is wild and shows NFL media has a lot of catching up to do with wider celebrity media ( although some of the comments about her here are very mid-00s too)