Katelyn McLaughin dressed a series of skeletons in wigs and outfits inspired by the pop star's albums, from 'Red' to 'Reputation'
Wisconsin homeowner and die-hard Swiftie Katelyn McLaughlin put together the ultimate spooky season tribute to the pop megastar's Eras Tour, installing a display on the front lawn of her Sun Prairie home.
Her installation features a row of rectangular wooden structures, each housing a skeleton wearing a blonde wig and a different outfit representing Swift's various studio albums.
McLaughlin shared a video tour of her epic display on TikTok, where she aptly posts under the handle "witchyswifty."
For trick-or-treaters stopping by on Halloween night, McLaughlin told PEOPLE she and her family are busy making friendship bracelets to hand out.
In the clip, the first skeleton appears in a pair of plaid pajama pants and a shirt printed with the phrase "Junior Jewels" in a nod to the outfit Swift wore in the music video for "You Belong with Me" from her 2008 album Fearless.
Another skeleton is dressed in a glamorous purple gown à la Swift's 2010 Speak Now album, which she re-recorded and released in July. McLaughlin also paid homage to 2012's Red with a red and gold circus ringmaster look inspired by the outfit Swift wore to the MTV Europe Music Awards that year.
For 2014's 1989 album — which is being rereleased on Friday — a skeleton rocks a blue, yellow and white cheerleader outfit as seen in Swift's music video for the hit single "Shake It Off."
In a tribute to the video for "Look What You Made Me Do" off of 2017's Reputation, McLaughlin dressed a Swiftie skeleton in a black sweatshirt dress featuring a glittery tiger design and added a white cat mask like the one Swift wore.
The plaid coat that Swift is pictured wearing on the cover of her 2020 album Evermore also makes an appearance in the holiday display, as does a rainbow outfit pegged to 2019's Lover.
In the caption of her TikTok video, McLaughlin even gave a fitting nod to the lyrics of "Look What You Made Me Do" as she showcased her skeleton fashion retrospective.
"The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now… why? Because she's dead! My ScarEras tour #lwymmd Halloween display is up! Light show is NEXT!" she wrote, teasing additional enhancements to her display.
She also added a final wish for her video: "Omg, I hope @Taylor Swift sees this!"
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Not surprisingly, McLaughlin's video has been a bit hit with fans. "This is genius. I am loving every second of this!" one tiktoker commented.
Another was ready to jump in a car or a plane to see it all in person. "Where am I traveling to see this masterpiece?" they asked.
A third fan simply described the display as "iconic."
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