Taylor Swift's Orange Sweater Dress Is So Versatile, You Can Wear It With Just About Anything
'Tis the season for all-things pumpkin. Browse the aisles of any Trader Joe's near you, for example, and you'll see the store is stocked with pumpkin-flavored everything right now, from pumpkin coffee to Pumpkin O's to pumpkin rolls (yep, they're are mouth-watering as they sound). For the foodie, said grocery finds definitely deserve a spot in your pantry, as they offer an affordable and easy way to satisfy your seasonal cravings. As for the style set? Well, you can easily get in on fall's pumpkin craze by scooping up Taylor Swift's orange sweater dress — the versatile, autumnal frock that's like a PSL in sweater form.
On Oct. 12, Swift headed out for a Saturday night on the town, which included a stop at the Howard Gilman Opera House at the Brooklyn Academy of Music to attend Madonna's final NYC performance on her Madame X Tour. Regardless of what you think is proper concert attire, Swift's evening look makes a case for rocking out in comfort — better yet, the ensemble she chose is great for a day of apple picking, too.
Therein lies the beauty of Swift's dress: It's incredibly versatile, and as such, it can be paired with everything and worn for practically every occasion on your calendar. The singer's comfy frock, which hails from Free People, is crafted from 100 percent wool (i.e., it'll keep you warm on the coldest fall and winter days), and it features a mock neck, dolman-style sleeves, and two oversized pockets at the hips.
This Swift-approved dress is still in stock, though it probably will sell out by the end of the day. Best of all? It'll cost you a reasonable $228, which isn't all that bad for a snug wool dress that earned Swift's stamp of approval.
The singer styled the sweater dress with her favorite lace-up combat boots by Prada, rounding out her evening concert-going look with a leather crossbody bag from Etro.
Swift took a slightly dressier styling approach, but the wool frock would look so great with every type of shoe in the books. Chunky white sneakers are a no-brainer, as would cowboy boots and tall, slouchy ones, too. Put simply, there's no shortage of footwear possibilities with this Free People dress.
Your fall wardrobe isn't complete without (at least) one sweater dress. Shop Swift's Free People find, plus more of The Zoe Report's favorites, below.