Swifties' Choice: Sunglasses for Every TTPD Song

a woman wearing sunglasses

At its core, music is designed to move you. From its rhythmic beats to its emotionally charged lyrics, each song becomes a testament to a musician’s ability to inspire you. And there is no one better at eliciting such a fervent response from their audience nowadays than Taylor Swift herself.     

With the recent release of her 11th album, The Tortured Poets Department, Taylor Swift proves once again that she can reinvent the status quo on a whim — and her latest reawakening certainly doesn’t disappoint her legion of die-hard fans. Best described as being deeply introspective and raw, Swift dives headfirst into the themes of love and loss like never before, choosing this time to zero in on the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. 

But as any true swiftie can attest to, her reach goes much further than her music alone. As evidenced by the many Eras outfit ideas that once littered the internet, emulating Taylor Swift style has become just as meaningful for many as singing along to her songs. 

Taylor Swift’s new album becomes the perfect avenue, then, for creating a new wave of swiftie outfits that is sure to get you noticed. To make it easier than ever before, we will walk you through each new song on the TTPD album and help you cultivate Taylor Swift outfit ideas for each of them. 

Ready to express yourself both musically and fashionably? Let’s go!


a pair of round frame sunglasses


1. “Fortnight” (featuring Post Malone)

The first song on the album is “Fortnight,” a hauntingly beautiful tune that explores short-lived romances and how fatalistic they can actually be. What better way to tap into its ethereal vibe than with a pair of round frames like The Riviera

a pair of cat eye shaped sunglasses

2. “The Tortured Poets Department”

Next up is “The Tortured Poets Department,” a song detailing the emotional turbulence inherent in doomed relationships. Pull off a tragic and drama-induced look to go along with it by wearing the Venetian in pink havana. 

a pair of criss cross frame sunglasses

3. “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys” 

It’s time to dive into the third song on Swift’s album, “My Boy Only Breaks His Favorite Toys.” From a long-forgotten toy to a neglected lover, Swift gets downright melancholic about her love life in this song and Sunfest in rose gold channels that exact sentiment.

a woman wearing sunglasses on a pool float

4. “Down Bad”

Not to be outdone by the songs that came before it, “Down Bad” is a mind-blowing, futuristic adventure all its own. Tap into this alien abduction story with our futuristic The Madam sunglasses.

a woman wearing sunglasses

5. “So Long, London” 

In true Taylor Swift fashion, the fifth song on the album, “So Long, London,” is a heartbreaker with an emotional goodbye. Stay classy through its most sorrowful parts while wearing the Commando 2.0 in caviar black. 

a woman wearing thick framed sunglasses

6.  “But Daddy I Love Him” 

To mix it up a bit, Swift jumps right into the drama that falling in love creates with “But Daddy I Love Him.” Be just as rebellious as a young girl in love with The Perez in brown havana.

a woman wearing sunglasses

7. “Fresh Out the Slammer”

To poke fun at bad relationships and their eventual demise, her seventh song “Fresh Out the Slammer” is a doozy. Feel liberated and fresh by mixing a sexy outfit with The Heat in champagne gold and silver mirror. 

a woman wearing oversized square shaped sunglasses

8. “Florida!!!” 

Of course, all relationships have consequences that eventually catch up to you, which is the deeper message found in “Florida!!!” You might as well look good when that ultimately happens, so grab a pair of By the Bay in pink tort.     

a woman wearing rectangular frame sunglasses

9. “Guilty As Sin?”

Don’t let her innocent face fool you, even Taylor Swift is a little bit naughty, which is evidenced by her ninth song, “Guilty As Sin?” Be provocative and feel the lust of having an emotional affair yourself while sporting the seductive rectangular frames of The Paris in black.

a woman on a beach chair wearing sunglasses

10. “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?”

Tired of all the judgment she inevitably receives, Swift turns an eye to her critics in “Who’s Afraid of Little Old Me?” Nothing says defiance and becoming hardened to the public eye quite like the bold stylings of Low Key sunglasses.

a woman wearing thick framed purple sunglasses

11. “I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can)”

 Like so many women before her, Swift attempts to fix a broken man with nothing more than love in “I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can).” Get comfy with your own hopeful and romantic side in a pair of Morningside in lilac. 

a man wearing tear drop lens sunglasses

12. “Loml” 

Even the richest and most successful among us can’t escape the trauma of a breakup, the theme behind her hit “Loml.” And what better look to pair with the final heartbreaking lyrical blow than the tear-drop lenses found on The Glide in antique silver. 

a pair of red sunglasses

13. “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart”

 Life moves on and so does Swift in “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart.” Belt out the lyrics to this resilient and cheerful song, reflecting on all the times you had to push through tough emotions in order to succeed, and express your own strength in The Bimini in merlot.

a man wearing sunglasses

14. “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived”

Why cover up the sins of the past when you can air your dirty laundry for all to see, which is exactly the tactic Swift takes in “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived.” These never-holding-back lyrics are the perfect accompaniment to feeling critical and stark about your own past relationships, and The Dicey in caviar black gives you those post-break up glow up vibes.  

a woman wearing square shield sunglasses

15. “The Alchemy”

Nothing is more exciting than a new relationship, and Swift falls hard during her fifteenth track, “The Alchemy.” With not-so-subtle sports references scattered throughout, this song leaves you feeling powerful and intoxicating, just like Deuces in caviar black.

a pair of classic hepburn style sunglasses

16.“Clara Bow”

 And last but not least, “Clara Bow” explores what it’s like to live in the spotlight — love life and all. With a nod to several sensational women from the past, Swift muses about glamor gone by and you can too with these timeless, 1920s-inspired frames in the Hepburn.   

Celebrating Style and Music with Taylor Swift and TTPD

Just like the Taylor Swift Eras outfit ideas before them, the latest batch of Taylor Swift album outfits inspired by TTPD will forever be known as the number one way to celebrate your love for great music and great fashion. After all, Taylor Swift is one of the most influential women of our time for good reason, and you can look just as fabulous as she always does with these tips and tricks. 

So grab a pair or two of the trending shades from Prive Reveux and crank up some Taylor Swift tunes ASAP. 

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