The 28 best gifts for the Taylor Swift fan in your life, no matter their favorite era
Hello to my nearest and dearest Swifties! It’s officially time to start thinking about your holiday gifts — especially when it comes to shopping for gifts for the Taylor Swift fans in your life. And no gift is better than a Taylor-related gift. Let’s call it Swiftmas 2023 (IYKYK).
Between the Eras Tour (and the Eras Tour movie!), the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version), the swirling theories about TS11 and the Travis Kelce of it all, this holiday season is rife with options for gifts that any Swiftie would adore.
You’ve got the obvious gifts like a friendship braceletkit and Taylor Swift merch to the unexpected. Imagine their surprise when they unwrap the exact makeup Taylor wears on stage or the perfect black-heeled loafers she wore to cheer on Travis Kelce at Arrowhead Stadium. Like, the internet is rife with excellent gift ideas.
From a cheeky Travis Kelce Eras Tour shirt to a Cornelia Street candle and a “f*** the patriarchy” keychain, these 28 Taylor Swift gifts are perfect for anyone who kneels at the altar of Blondie.
Swifties and non-Swifties alike will forever remember where they were when Taylor changed the lyrics to "Karma" at a recent Eras Tour show in Buenos Aires to reference Travis Kelce. And wow, this sweatshirt is a perfect way to commemorate that moment in time. :')
"Cornelia Street" is really that girl when it comes to Taylor Swift's songbook. And now you can literally smell it. Notes include autumn air, cinnamon, sandalwood, sacred new beginnings, barefoot in the kitchen and the kind of heartbreak you could never mend.
It's no secret that Taylor's makeup during the Eras Tour has been impeccable — and it's all from PAT McGRATH LABS. The makeup look has become so famous that Pat created a "Taylor-Made" eye kit featuring the black mascara and liquid liner that Taylor wears onstage.
Draw the cat-eye sharp enough to kill a man, etc., etc., etc.
Taylor Swift isn't Taylor Swift without her classic red lips. This PAT McGRATH lipstick is the exact red lipstick Taylor wears during the Eras Tour. Reviews say it seriously lasts forever without feeling too dry and cakey.
(FYI, it's sold out right now, but I have no doubt it's going to be restocked soon!!)
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