Taylor Swift's A Boho Beauty On February 'Vogue' Cover, Wants To Bake Cookies With Karlie Kloss

Taylor Swift Vogue

Taylor Swift on the February cover of "Vogue."
Photo: Courtesy of Mario Testino/"Vogue"

When Taylor Swift cut her soft, brow-skimming bangs back in December, we definitely thought she was going for a sultry '60s Bridget Bardot vibe. Then Vogue released their February cover and—lo and behold—it's T Swift looking as '70s as ever! Turns out the country crooner can cover every decade of style effortlessly with her wholesome look. She ditched her typically girly dresses for a comfy-yet-edgy take on classic rocker style. Swift sported a brown felt floppy hat over her long, luscious layers with super heavy kohl-rimmed eyes to make her azure peepers really pop. She sported a yellow and blue cable knit sweater with absolutely no jewelry and let her stunning looks do the ALL talking.

Taylor Swift Vogue

Taylor Swift in the February issue of "Vogue."
Photo: Courtesy of Mario Testino/"Vogue"

Inside the spread, Taylor dishes on life and love while being ushered from one designer showroom to another (think: Alexander Wang and Prabal Gurung) and admits to loving model Karlie Kloss so much that she wants to bake cookies with her someday! Awwww. For the photo shoot, 22-year-old Tay Tay gets comfy at the Bowery Hotel in an ODDLY familiar floral Rodarte dress—Elle Fanning wore the same frock to the Critics' Choice Movie Awards just last week! Taylor put a retro spin on her look by adding some chunky white lace-up Jil Sander boots and layering on the oversized cocktail rings.

Taylor Swift Vogue

Taylor Swift in the February issue of "Vogue."
Photo: Courtesy of Mario Testino/"Vogue"

While warming up in front of a fireplace, Taylor shows off another Rodarte ensemble—she wears a printed leather jacket and knit top paired with black Rag & Bone jeans and FANCY rose print Miu Miu boots. Talk about a street-chic-to-stage-ready ensemble!

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