Taylor Swift’s under-$100 Reformation dress is back in stock — but not for long

Falling for Taylor Swift’s latest autumn-ready look? It’s time to make a blank space in your closet.

The “Mr. Perfectly Fine” performer stepped out for dinner in New York City with fellow Joe Jonas ex Sophie Turner Wednesday wearing Reformation’s Radlee Knit Dress ($98).

Swift styled the oversized knit mini with the same brand’s brown croc-embossed Nylah Nappa Knee Boots ($448), adding an EB Denim Webster Trench ($480) for the duo’s evening of “martinis with caviar bumps” at Temple Bar.

And while the Grammy winner’s Ref dress almost immediately sold out — as is typical whenever she wears anything remotely affordable — the brand restocked the piece Thursday.


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Reformation Radlee Knit Dress ($98)

It’s available in sizes XS through XL in Swift’s rust-red Oxide shade, with an estimated ship date of Nov. 13; you can also snag it in several sizes in an off-white hue dubbed Fior Di Latte.

Made from a stretchy, eco-friendly blend of Tencel, Spandex and cotton, the Radlee features a crew neckline, cuffed sleeves and a slightly slouchy fit.

And while the “Welcome to New York” singer went bare-legged while out with Turner, the dress would look just as sharp styled with black tights and over-the-knee boots once the weather gets cold.


Taylor Swift and Sophie Turner out at dinner
The star layered the look beneath an EB Denim coat for dinner with Sophie Turner at Via Carota.
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A longtime “Ref babe,” Swift’s worn dozens of styles from the sustainability-focused retailer in recent years, among them the equally accessible Carrie Knit Tank ($48) and a camel-colored cashmere polo similar to the Beckie Collared Sweater ($248).

If you’re looking to add this particular pumpkin spice-hued staple to your own wardrobe, we’d suggest doing so, well, swiftly.