PSA: Taylor Swift’s Blue Lace Dress From Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley’s Wedding Is On Super Sale

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PSA: Taylor Swift’s Blue Lace Dress From Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley’s Wedding Is On Super Sale


In case you didn’t hear the excited screams of hundreds of fans emanating from New Jersey, Taylor Swift showed up for Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley’s wedding. And while she wasn’t the only celeb in attendance (Lana Del Rey, Zoë Kravitz, Channing Tatum, and Cara Delevingne were also there), her presence definitely…commanded a lot of attention. By which I mean Swifties basically shut down traffic once they heard she was on the Jersey Shore.

While celebs seemingly didn’t stop for fans (they were attending a wedding, after all!), everyone did get a look at Taylor’s outfit—an icy blue lace dress by Erdem with a corset top and asymmetrical skirt.

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And there’s slightly bad news and v. good news. The slightly bad news is that this dress is veryyyyy pricey…as in, it retails for over $4,000. The good news is that it happens to be on sale for pretty much a quarter of its original price in several places.

Neiman Marcus has the dress on final sale in at least one size (at the time of publication…Swifties have been busy):

Erdem Asymmetric Ruffle Lace Corset Midi Dress

Asymmetric Ruffle Lace Corset Midi Dress

Erdem Asymmetric Ruffle Lace Corset Midi Dress

It’s 50 percent off at Matches in a couple sizes:

Erdem Melora ruffled lace corset dress

Melora ruffled lace corset dress

Erdem Melora ruffled lace corset dress

Now 50% Off

Oh and it’s slightly more expensive at Net-a-Porter, but there are more available sizes.

Anyway! Tay reportedly had a great time at the wedding, partying ’til 1:20 am at a Jersey Shore club, where Jack and Margaret cut their cake and held their reception. Truly, nothing beats celeb wedding szn!!!

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Mehera Bonner is a celebrity and entertainment news writer who enjoys Bravo and Antiques Roadshow with equal enthusiasm, She was previously entertainment editor at Marie Claire and has covered pop culture for over a decade. 



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