Hey, Taylor? Give Us That Cat Shirt Right Meow

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When we think of Taylor Swift and her reliable style habits, we think of two things: a top and a bottom. Because if not the queen of camaraderie, Swift is the countess of separates (well, next to Kim Kardashian in 2014, of course). But rarely does she ever switch it up. Sure, it must be pretty easy to get ready in the morning if she always has a coordinating thing one and thing two to make an outfit, but the slideshow ahead proves she actually has way more tricks up her sleeve — especially when she's on the red carpet.

Long gone are her days of sundresses and cowgirl boots. Nowadays, Swift lives in sequins, bandeaus, and pointed-toe heels (or, in this case, your favorite kitten shirt). We're aware that might sound like the typical wardrobe of a world-famous pop star, but the way she hops around the color wheel keeps things exciting. Have a look, and then give your own wardrobe a Swift kick for spring.
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Meow.
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Now, we're not confirming that's not her sweater, but...you know. Looks good, Tay.
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When in England, you know...
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Sassy!
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Do we sense some lingering "Bad Blood," Tay?
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We're considering this Alexandre Vauthier number a standout in Swift's red carpet wardrobe (and Andreja Pejic's).
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Whether this was a page out of Beyoncé's book or not, a glitter bodysuit is kind of necessary stagewear for any pop queen.
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We're calling this Atelier Versace look a serious case of Tay-ja-vu.
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If those letters spell out T-A-Y-L-O-R S-W-I-F-T, well...
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St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner. Why not try this fringe number?
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Sequins, much like glitter, deserve a spotlight. Swift kept it cool in this black tuxedo jacket.
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While we can't deny or confirm performing in head-to-toe leather under umpteen stage lights is comfortable, we can confirm it looks damn good.
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We're into this colorless Swift moment. More mod, please.
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Not your average gymnastics uniform.
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We bet this one's Karlie Kloss-approved.
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We're not surprised this Ashish set made it from the stage to the red multicolored carpet, but we're glad it did.
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This girl is on fire. (Get it?)
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We're sure this would look just as good in front of our bathroom mirrors with a hairbrush as it does on stage in front of 75,000 people.
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Aren't airports cold? Not for T. Swift.
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Could Swift's hypothetical bellybutton lie underneath that cleverly-placed knot?
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Celebrity or not, overalls are a must.
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A sensible walking shoe for the three steps to your ride.
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This Balmain jumpsuit caused quite the controversy when NastyGal copied the piece (and took credit for dressing Swift on Instagram), but we're cool with either version, honestly.
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Straight out of Pleasantville, Swift smiles for the cameras.
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Clever cutouts and strappy shoes to match.
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The girl with the dragon...dress?
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A lingerie-esque Julien Macdonald slip dress is more daring than we'd expect from Swift.
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Talk shows call for an ombre'd navy.
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In 2011, it was Lady Gaga who claimed mint green was the color of fashion's future. It may have taken a few years, but she was right.
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Some carpet-walkers might've thought a dress like this has enough color on its own; Swift upped the ante with fuchsia shoes and minty earrings.
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Another day, another romper.
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Why not ring in the New Year with a sequin blazer, a sequin bandeau, sequin track pants, and sequin booties?
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Keyhole, but still no bellybutton.
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'Cause tartan never goes out of style. Never.
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Unsurprisingly, Swift is 100% prepared for any tea-party scenario.
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Taylor? Hey, it's us. Can we borrow this Sachin & Babi dress? We promise to return it by next season.
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Clad in lingerie, Swift could easily pass for an Angel.
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Boom.