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Taylor Swift’s Dresses Are A Hidden Treasure Trove Of ‘Barely Worn’ Clothing

Taylor Swift Dress Collection Gets Worn Once

Taylor Swift has a bazillion dollars, millions of record sales, and millions of adoring fans. Unfortunately, Swift also has a big problem: Her dress collection is making her sad.

In a December/January issue of Harper’s Bazaar, Swift reveals:

“I’m in a predicament where I can’t wear a dress twice or else it’s pointed out in magazines. So unfortunately I have to shop for dresses all the time.”

Swift loves dresses, which she says have “something so feminine” about them. Swift also reveals:

“Whether it’s a summertime dress that makes me feel carefree, an evening cocktail dress that makes me feel fancy or a vintage dress that makes me feel like a ’50s housewife — which I enjoy feeling like, for some reason — I just really like dresses.”

While she literally has hundreds of barely worn dresses, Taylor says there is one dress she has always wanted to find:

“I was 15 and going to prom for the first time, and I saw that picture of Gwyneth [Paltrow] in the pink [Ralph Lauren Oscar] gown. I went all over the mall and showed it to all the store owners and said, ‘Do you have anything that looks like this?’ And no one did.”

While Taylor loves her dresses, she said fashion discussions are not high on her life of talks with friends and fans. So what does Taylor Swift talk about with her girlfriends? “We just talk about relationships, feelings, love and boys.”

You can read the full Taylor Swift interview when the December/January issue of Harper’s Bazaar hits newsstands November 27.

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2 Responses to “Taylor Swift’s Dresses Are A Hidden Treasure Trove Of ‘Barely Worn’ Clothing”

  1. Heather Johnson

    If you care so much what the magazines are saying about you, you probably should reconsider the show biz thing. Seriously. Can you be anymore wasteful. Take a lesson from Michelle Obama. Wear the same dress twice. Or at least donate your barely worn clothes to a charity that can use them.