Taylor Swift's Leggy Outfit at the VMAs After-Party Kicked Off Her Midnights Era

Taylor Swift's Midnights era has officially entered the chat. While accepting her Video of the Year award at tonight's MTV Video Music Awards, she casually dropped the news that her next album, Midnights, will be released on October 21. Considering that Swift churned out two entire albums and a 10-minute video for "All Too Well" during the pandemic, no one was expecting another album so soon—but leave it to Swift to keep her fans on their toes.

As you probably already know, Swift loves a good fashion theme and always dresses according to the vibe of her newest album. And her outfit at the VMAs after-party was quite the literal interpretation. She changed from her red carpet outfit into a starry, midnight-blue romper with glittering, sky-high platform heels and a furry jacket. And we should expect to see plenty more blue hues and celestial themes in Swift's wardrobe as the Midnights release date approaches. Scroll down to see her VMAs after-party outfit.


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Outfits Taylor Should Wear for Her Midnights Fashion Era


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Georges Hobeika Haute Couture F/W 22


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Christian Siriano S/S 20


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Zuhair Murad Couture F/W 21


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Elie Saab Womenswear F/W 22


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Giorgio Armani Privé Haute Couture F/W 22


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Brandon Maxwell F/W 22


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Alberta Ferretti F/W 22


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Balmain F/W 22

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