On March 17, Taylor Swift began her highly anticipated, sold-out Eras Tour in Glendale, Arizona. It’s been a thrilling roller coaster from the start, from Paramore making their return to the stage as the first night’s opening act to cities around the nation painting the city Swift in their own creative ways: Glendale temporarily changed its name to “Swift City;” Arlington, Virginia, unveiled Taylor Swift Way; Las Vegas, Nevada, illuminated the Gateway Arches with each album’s respective color; and the mayor of Tampa, Florida, presented Taylor with a key to the city.
In typical Taylor fashion, the Eras Tour has been carefully curated with Easter eggs—Swifties believe that she’s making an anagram in the Red act with her “22”-inspired shirts to reveal Speak Now (Taylor’s Version). And as always, Taylor brings a flawless performance, this time with a whopping 44 tracks on the setlist for a three-hour performance and over 10 outfit changes, which will go down in Taylor Swift history as some of the most defining pieces from the Midnights and Eras Tour era.
To celebrate the Eras Tour (and our love of Starbucks), we’re assigning Taylor’s stage outfits to their own Frappuccinos. Keep reading to see which Frappuccino is your favorite outfit from this iconic tour!
1. Lover – Unicorn Frappuccino
Unfortunately, the Unicorn Frappuccino was discontinued in 2017, but we couldn’t help but acknowledge how perfectly it represents Taylor’s opening look! This drink is youthful and vibrant—just like Taylor’s Lover era—and it combines the two colors of the album: pink and blue!
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2. Fearless – Caramel Frappuccino
The Caramel Frappuccino is one of the classic Starbucks blended beverages, similar to how Fearless is a staple in Taylor’s discography. Her sophomore project was helmed by glittery golden hues, making the Caramel Frappuccino the perfect drink to summarize the aesthetic of Fearless and Taylor’s “Bejeweled” bodysuit.
3. evermore – Chestnut Praline Frappuccino
All Swifties know that evermore, without a doubt, is a winter album. We went back and forth because Taylor’s mustard gown could be a Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino. But, we had to honor evermore‘s winter holiday implications with the Chestnut Praline Frappuccino, one of Starbucks’ many seasonal Christmas frappes.
4. Reputation – Phantom Frappuccino
Reputation and all of Taylor’s stage outfits for this era incorporate dark colors—often black—which doesn’t describe any Frappuccino offered in the United States. Across the globe, Starbucks in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa received a limited-time Phantom Frappuccino for Halloween. The drink is noted by its charcoal powder and lime slime, which swiftly put us in mind of the Reputation snakes!
5. Speak Now – OG Cotton Candy Frappuccino
Does anyone else miss when Starbucks’ raspberry syrup was actually pink? Drinking a pink Cotton Candy Frappuccino felt so much more fun—and the color immediately put us in mind of Taylor’s bubblegum Speak Now ball gown.
6. Red – Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with Java Chips
For the Red portion of the show, Taylor pays homage to her iconic “22” music video with shirts that say, “A lot going on at the moment,” and “Who’s Taylor Swift anyway? Ew.” A Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with java chips offers the same black-and-white moment as Taylor does in this outfit, and if you want to incorporate her red accent colors, add strawberry puree.
7. folklore – Vanilla Bean Frappuccino
At select stops, Taylor dons an elegant, off-white dress in the folklore act. Folklore is a timeless album, just as the Vanilla Bean Frappuccino is a timeless Starbucks Frappuccino. This drink is consistently amazing, and it’s appetizing in every season.
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8. Acoustic set – Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with Dragon Fruit Inclusions
During the acoustic set, Taylor wears an understated but beautiful magenta dress as she performs two surprise songs from her catalog. To achieve the jewel tone Taylor wore, ask for a Vanilla Bean Frappuccino with dragon fruit inclusions.
9. 1989 – Matcha Green Tea Frappuccino
1989 is arguably Taylor’s most popular album, and after the booming popularity of matcha, the Green Tea Frappuccino reminded us of the skyrocketing success of “Shake It Off”—not to mention her emerald green ensemble bears a strong resemblance to the rich shade of matcha.
10. Midnights – ‘Lavender Haze’ Drink
The “Lavender Haze” drink definitely is not a Frappuccino, but it just wouldn’t have been right not to mention the Midnights-inspired drink when writing about Taylor and Starbucks! This recipe adds soy milk to an iced passion tea, creating the lilac color Taylor wears on the stage and in the “Lavender Haze” music video.
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