Taylor Swift wore a summery look as she stepped out in New York City with friends Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt. Both the models starred in Swift’s recently released music video “Bad Blood.” All eyes were on Swift, 25, Hadid, 20, and Hunt, 26, as they made their way to the upscale Indian eatery, Tamarind, in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood Friday, according to Mirror UK.
The famous friends showed off their long, toned legs in stylish ensembles while reveling in a fun girls’ night out. Taylor led the pack, showing off her pins in a mesh-detailed white crop top that was knotted below her bustline. She teamed the collared short-sleeved shirt with a high-waist floral skirt. The singer completed her evening ensemble with a pair of open-toe brown leather booties and a turquoise shoulder bag. Swift’s floral skirt was by Haute Hippe Forward, and she teamed it with a Michael Kors top and Prada sandals. The singer’s bag was from Bvlgari’s lustworthy “Serpenti Forever” collection in green.
The “Blank Space” singer's mini skirt and cropped top showed off her toned midriff. Her makeup consisted of her trademark bright red lipstick and cat eyeliner. Swift’s blond hair was not side-parted like she styled it earlier, but sported a full fringe look.
Meanwhile, Hunt appeared effortlessly chic in a semi-loose patterned black and white drop-waist mini dress and black stiletto boots. The model added a modest pop of color by carrying a sage green bag. Hadid covered up a bit, opting for a sporty yet grunge look.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue stunner donned an oversized black T-shirt with a pair of distressed ankle-length skinny jeans. She teamed the two with short black socks and a pair of black patent leather platforms with gold and white bottoms. The model styled her long locks in loose curls and accessorized with a pair of retro-inspired round mirror-lens shades while carrying a funky pink clutch. Meanwhile, Taylor’s boyfriend, Calvin Harris, was missing.
In a recent interview with "Access Hollywood," Swift said that she is “fine” with her clean image. “No, that’s a way of people saying I’m just not generally a sexy person. Overtly sexy is not one of them. I'm fine. I'm fine with all the other things I am," she added. And she doesn't mind being a role model. "I think for me it feels very natural to talk to teenagers and people my age ... about feelings and what they're going through and their insecurities," she said.