Taylor Swift Continues To Wear Stuart Weitzman For ‘1989’ Tour

Taylor Swift loves Stuart Weitzman.

Over the weekend, the “it” girl was in Japan for her 1989 World Tour and was spotted in three different looks by the designer.

She rocked the Allegs thigh-high black boots, the Gran embellished ankle booties in two colors and the brand’s strappy platform Streamer sandal in silver.

The “Blank Space” singer had kicked off her tour in Tokyo in another pair of mini-glitter Gran booties. Sounds like Stuart Weitzman has another dedicated fan.

Taylor Swift 1989 Tour
Taylor Swift on stage in Tokyo kicking off her 1989 World Tour in Stuart Weitzman Gran booties.
CREDIT: Getty Images.

Queen B, Beyoncé, is also known for sporting Stuart Weitzman on stage. She’s talked about their comfort and being able to dance all night in the brand’s shoes.

Even while on tour, Swift still makes time to address fans — in particular, one who posted to the star’s Tumblr account about missing her mother on Mother’s Day.

“You’ve lived through my worst fear. I’m so sorry you can’t spend today with her. It’s not fair, and there’s no reason why you should feel okay about it,” Swift posted in response.

Taylor Swift has also been creating buzz on social media by promoting the big names who will make an appearance in her soon-to-be-released video for “Bad Blood.” Karlie Kloss, Ellie Goulding, Lena Dunham, Gigi Hadid, Zendaya and Lily Aldridge will play characters in the music video. FN can’t wait for the shoe moments on such a star-studded cast.






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