With simply over every week till #Taylor #Swift’s sixth album, Reputation, arrives, the pop star is ramping up the thrilling information. Along with the announcement of her subsequent single, “Call It What You Want,” Taylor’s group has additionally revealed plans for a pop-up retailer in New York City beginning on November 12. And the #lewks Taylor’s providing are fairly fascinating.
Along with sweatshirts, hats, and snake rings, the slew of latest #merch additionally consists of an merchandise which will look acquainted to eagle-eyed Swifties. On one web page within the lookbook, a mannequin wears a long-sleeved burgundy prime with a chest cutout and a “Rep” patch throughout the neck. As Buzzfeed factors out, it’s eerily just like a burgundy prime that Swift (by accident) #wore backwards in 2014.
When the style fake pas occurred three years in the past, the web misplaced its collective thoughts. After a fan on Tumblr pointed it out, Taylor even responded by writing, “I think what they’re trying to say politely is… I wore the #shirt wrong didn’t I.”
With her new copycat sweater, although, Taylor appears to be proudly owning that style “mistake” by making it an official a part of her Reputation assortment. And this time, there’s no mistaking the way it’s meant to be worn — that “Rep” patch tells you precisely the place the entrance is. Now that’s the way you reclaim a story.