Taylor Swift's Reputation makeover is in full swing as her onstage comeback continues, although when it comes to some looks, the "Old Taylor" may just be mostly "dead."
The singer showcased a past favorite styles while performing at the 99.7 NOW's Poptopia concert at the SAP Center in San Jose, California on Saturday; she wore a loose-fitting, long sleeve red, black and white plaid shirt over a mesh top, black shorts, paired with black lace-up boots.
Swift has showcased looser-fitting and less revealing looks since she returned to the spotlight late this summer to announce her new album Reputation and release a few singles from the record, such as "Look What You Made Me Do," an electro pop track about power and revenge. However, she's always had a thing for plaid; she knows it never goes out of style.
Check out her Reputation style over the past few months. Did someone say sssssnakes?
At the Poptopia concert, Swift performed three older songs—"Blank Space," "Shake It Off" and "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" as well as "Look What You Made Me Do" and two more Reputation tracks--"...Ready for It" and "End Game," bringing Ed Sheeran, who is a featured artist on the last song, up onstage to sing it with her.
She had performed the same set list and also sang with Sheeran at KIIS-FM's 2017 Jingle Ball in Los Angeles the night before. It marked her first major public performance in almost a year and first major gig that included songs from Reputation.
Swift will perform her new music and showcase her Reputation style at her 2018 tour, set to start in May.