Taylor Swift’s Cozy Off-Duty Look Includes a Fuzzy Zebra Sweater and Ivy Park Sneakers

Even on her days off, Taylor Swift can’t stop dropping Easter eggs.

On Thursday in New York City, the superstar once again stepped out wearing green—which fans are interpreting as a hint about the potential release of her next rerecorded album, Reputation—for a trip to Electric Lady Studios. The green piece in question was a casual scoop-neck top, which Swift layered under a fuzzy tan and white zebra-print zip-up sweater from Adidas with a collar and big pockets. The “Karma” singer paired the piece with some black leggings and black socks, and accessorized simply with brown tortoiseshell sunglasses, dangly earrings, and a black pendant necklace. Swift also showed her support for pal Beyoncé by capping off her cozy, sporty look with a pair of beige and white Adidas x Ivy Park Savage Trail Ivytopia sneakers, one of the Renaissance superstar’s clothing line’s celebrated collabs with the shoe giant.

Swift had her hair in a neat ponytail for the outing and wore glowy makeup and orange lipstick.

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The 12-time Grammy winner’s relaxed solo outing came a day after she enjoyed a fashionable girls’ night with friend Blake Lively. Then, Swift dropped some major Easter eggs with her ensemble: a scrunchy green velvet minidress, sheer black tights, and pointy thigh-high calf leather boots from Jimmy Choo’s latest collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier, decorated with hand-drawn tattoo-style illustrations of snakes—the ultimate Reputation symbol.

Adding to the Reputation fan theories is that days prior, Swift also wore green to the Golden Globes. Her red-carpet look was a long lime-green sequin gown custom-made by Gucci, which she styled with metallic green Christian Louboutin heels. The singer added some shimmer with De Beers jewelry, including cascading diamond earrings and a ring that coiled around her finger—like a snake.

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Rosa Sanchez is the senior news editor at Harper’s Bazaar, working on news as it relates to entertainment, fashion, and culture. Previously, she was a news editor at ABC News and, prior to that, a managing editor of celebrity news at American Media. She has also written features for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, among other outlets.