Taylor Swift GIFs

Target

Taylor Swift is the GIF that keeps on giving.

The "Shake It Off" singer uses dozens of GIFs in the new commercial for Target's deluxe edition of her album 1989.

Filmed over a two-day period in New York City, scenes were shot throughout downtown and midtown. From fancy Park Avenue to a record shop in SoHo, Swift proves she's become quite the New Yorker.

And now only we have some of the GIFs that didn't make the final cut.

In one, Swfit looks adorable in a belly-baring white top and skirt and throwing her hands in the air as she walks across a bridge with the city's famed skyline behind her. Her signature ruby lips (dare we call the color Big Apple red?) practically pop off the screen.

Taylor Swift GIFs

Target

In the next, Swift is completely casual wearing a purple hat and a blue plaid shirt. And she's taking a selfie—but she's doing it old-school with a red Polaroid Instamatic camera.

And last but not least, imagine what it may feel like waking up next to the Grammy winner. The third GIF we got our hands on features Swift laying her head on a pillow and looking right at us. (Her eyes sure are gorgeous!) Again, her lips give the GIF a little pop of color.

Just yesterday, Swift revealed the track list of 1989, posting an image of the 13 songs, showing off their order and titles, along with a photo of herself underneath.

And then there was yesterday's release of Chambaland's genius mashup of her second single, "Out of the Woods," and The Lion King's "Circle of Life."

Target's deluxe edition of 1989 includes three extra songs and three voice memos about the creation of the album. (It's available now for pre-order at Target.com.)

Taylor Swift GIFs

Target

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