You can now buy that 'I ♥ TS' shirts from Taylor Swift's LWYMMD video

29 August 2017
If you've always wanted to be part of Taylor Swift's team, now is the time! The Reputation singer has stocked her online store with two versions of the "I ❤️ TS" shirts found in the "Look What You Made Me Do" video.

The Joseph Kahn-directed video exclusively premiered at the 2017 VMAs yesterday (Monday, 28 Aug), and since then, fans have been dissecting the visual's many looks and hidden Easter eggs.

There's a moment in the video where Swift busts through doors and takes charge of a band of rebels (including Todrick Hall). As if she has them under her spell, she makes them all wear shirts emblazoned with "I ❤️ TS" — a direct reference to the shirt ex-boyfriend Tom Hiddleston wore at her Fourth of July party in Rhode Island in 2016.

In a moment of satirizing the media's portrayal of her, Swift insinuates that she actually did make Hiddleston wear that shirt — although he later said he wore it to prevent sunburn.

Yea right. HAHA.

Here's a look at the "Look What You Made Me Do" video that premiered at the VMAs: (We are kinda hooked.)

Swift now has those shirts — sans crop-top version — available on her merch store, so you, too, can be included in the narrative.


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You can also cop some of those snake rings that Swift wore so deftly while sitting in a bathtub filled with jewels.

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