Taylor Swift’s LBD Is the Classic Fall Dress You’re Not Going to Want to Take Off

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She wore it to meet up with Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz for dinner

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Taylor Swift is about to put you on the LBD of your “Wildest Dreams.”

Similar to how her catchy lyrics go, the 33-year-old singer was standing in a nice dress (though she wasn’t staring at a sunset) on Monday night. Red lips were also present, and so were Laura Dern and Zoe Kravitz, as she joined them for dinner in New York City.

For the weeknight get-together, Swift opted for a minimal black dress that fell just above the knee. To round out the look, she added some black knee-high boots and an $845 Vince houndstooth coat. She also accessorized with some simple jewelry and a black handbag, while keeping her blonde locks swept up.

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LBDs Inspired by Taylor Swift

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Little black dresses (also referred to as LBDs) aren’t revolutionary, but they are classic. They can be worn at any time of the year with boots, sandals, heels, tights, and more. For example, Swift wore another LBD back in April, and while it was just another black mini dress, it looked summery, edgy, and trendy, as opposed to fall-friendly, upscale, and timeless.

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Swift’s jacket was a stellar addition to her ensemble, though figuring out the exact style of her dress is now more of a puzzle. Perhaps, it was a fall-ready sweater dress, like this one from Vince Camuto. Not only does the material look thick and warm, but the dress also has pretty puff sleeves that you won’t want to cover with any outerwear. Plus, it’s 68 percent off right now.

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If the “little” in LBD is too intimidating, you can replicate her look with a black midi dress, like this one from Everlane that’s more than half-off. The dress hits around calf-length, and it has some swing at the bottom for a flattering and forgiving design that doesn’t accentuate every curve. It’s also entirely ribbed, but thinly, so as not to take away from its timelessness.

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Unlike some of the other options, this one from Pink Queen has a toasty turtleneck and is a bit more loose-fitting all around. It’s also a customer-favorite pick with nearly 14,000 five-star ratings. One reviewer said it’s “like wearing a blanket,” while a second shopper, who bought it in brown, said “it makes it look like you really have it all together, even though you just rolled out of bed 10 minutes before.”

You don’t have to be a Swiftie to trust Taylor on this one — get an LBD for fall now.

Keep scrolling to shop more black dresses, including mini and midi options, at Amazon, Anthropologie, and more.

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