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Taylor Swift’s Dinner Attire Included a Gigantic Tweed Trench Coat and a Tiny Matching Miniskirt

A masterclass in playing with proportions.

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While today, Taylor Swift may have officially been unveiled as Time Magazine’s Person of the Year (NBD), last night, she was just a girl grabbing dinner in New York City in a really cute outfit — and we’re already planning on recreating it, ASAP.

On Tuesday, Swift was spotted out and about in Tribeca heading to grab dinner at celeb-loved Paros in a stylish — and warm! — Stella McCartney two-piece set. While a typical matching set may consist of a top and trousers, Taylor’s Version included a gigantic orange, brown, and blue calf-length tweed trench coat paired with a coordinating high-waisted micro-miniskirt. The A-lister paired her winter-approved set with a scoop-neck black bodysuit and opaque black tights, and she accessorized with dainty silver jewelry, a burgundy cross-body bag, and black pointed-toe booties.

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As for glam, Taylor wore her signature blonde hair and forehead fringe down in soft waves with a side-sweeping part, and she rounded out her look with bronzy eyeshadow, cat-eye liner, and her classic cherry red lip.

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Swift’s latest outing is just one of the many times she’s been spotted hitting the city streets (New York, Kansas, or otherwise) as of late after spending a years-long stint hiding from the public eye. She spoke about her shift in energy in her new Time cover story, explaining that she no longer has the “bandwidth” to care about public scrutiny.

“Over the years, I’ve learned I don’t have the time or bandwidth to get pressed about things that don’t matter,” she told the publication. “Yes, if I go out to dinner, there’s going to be a whole chaotic situation outside the restaurant. But I still want to go to dinner with my friends. Life is short. Have adventures. Me locking myself away in my house for a lot of years — I’ll never get that time back. I’m more trusting now than I was six years ago.

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