A Los Angeles-based specialty erotic boutique, which lent Taylor Swift clothes worth $13,000 for the shooting of her new music video, "Bad Blood," now plans to capitalize on its success. The Stockroom boutique is slated to make a “full run” of the outfits worn by Swift and Selena Gomez in the video that broke records after clocking in over 43 million views on YouTube by Thursday. 

Shawn Gentry, director of operations for The Stockroom, said, according to news.com.au, that Swift’s flesh-colored latex dress seen in the first scene of the video is available at the store. Swift's extra-small size dress was reportedly off-the-rack and costs $235. The Stockroom describes the dress on its website as the “perfect symbiosis of fetishwear and classic lingerie.”

Meanwhile, Gomez’s black latex blouse, which is also available at the store in 30 colors and costs $360, was also off-the-rack.

Swift’s team had started pulling the clothes from the store months ago. But it was only after the bill crossed $10,000 that Gentry asked for the identity of the client. He added that clothes worth $5,000 were kept or bought by Swift’s team, the Inquisitr reported.

The "Bad Blood" video features several A-listers, including Cindy Crawford, Ellen Pompeo, Jessica Alba, Karlie Kloss, Lena Dunham and Mariska Hargitay. According to a statement from Swift’s official website, the video clocked 20.1 million views within 24 hours on YouTube and set a new record in the process. Before this, Nicki Minaj’s music video for "Anaconda" released last August had held the record for most views in a day with 19.6 million.

The news follows Swift’s massive win on Sunday at the Billboard Music Awards in eight categories, including Top Female Artist.

Check out the "Bad Blood" video here.