Taylor Swift

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Is it just us, or have the streets of New York City gotten that much chicer thanks to Taylor Swift?

Taylor is currently in NYC, living a pretty typical, humdrum life for a 24-year-old city girl—shopping at Lord & Taylor, picking up groceries at Whole Foods, and, you know, getting followed by a slew of paparazzi.

But of course Taylor isn't running all these casual errands in sweats and a tattered tee. She's been turning NYC into her own runway, sporting a different "city chic" look every day of the week, and we've been keeping track.

Taylor Swift

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Just yesterday she stepped out in a crisp oxford shirt, blue blazer, tan skinnies and an orange purse, and she brought her cat, Meredith, along for the ride. Nestled in a pet carrier, Meredith appeared to be having a typical lazy Sunday.

And even though the weather has been nasty up north, that hasn't stopped Taylor from looking polished. She braved the rain on Saturday in a black umbrella, a black skirt and a J Brand leather jacket.

On Friday March 28, Taylor donned a green wool coat over a polka dot shirtdress paired with red booties and a red crossbody bag. On Thursday she sported eggplant J Brand skinnies, a tan peacoat and a chunky plaid scarf, and on Wednesday she relied on a chic bowler hat to keep her hair in place during the windy afternoon.

Tuesday Taylor hit up Whole Foods in an all-black ensemble and some yellow fingerless gloves. And on a particularly cold day on March 19 Taylor bundled up in an oversized olive green toggle coat, ankle booties and a navy blue beanie.

Clearly, Taylor is killing it in the NYC street style department these days. Finally, someone can give Miranda Kerra day off!

So, which New York City look is your favorite? Vote in the poll!

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