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Taylor Swift Shoes

Taylor Swift Shoes

Last year, Taylor Swift launched a pair of limited-edition Keds — inspired by her latest album, Red – to kick off her multi-year partnership with the shoe brand. But a girl can never have too many shoes, right? So, now, Keds is releasing the full Taylor Swift for Keds collection, a dozen styles that were inspired by Swift. The sneakers come in various prints that reflect some of the singer’s “favorite things”, including hearts, guitars, polka dots, and stars. The shoes (which sell for $50 a pair) are embellished with one of two charms: a silver heart engraved with Swift’s lucky number 13, or a guitar pick. I haven’t worn Keds since I was a kid, but I think I might need a pair of these this Spring. I don’t remember them being that much when I was a kid, but hey… what is nowadays? They’re still adorable.

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