Taylor Swift Likes to Wear a Personalized Cat Robe for Air Travel

It's kitty-kitsch, and we like it.

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Some celebrities like to look their best as they traipse through LAX for the paparazzi (opens in new tab). Others (cough, Kim, cough) like to wear very hole-y Chanel sweats (opens in new tab) as they journey off to Charles de Gaulle. But just like with her music, Taylor Swift is of the people when it comes to airport style. Just two weeks ago she sported a comforter (opens in new tab) for an early morning flight. And yesterday, she revealed via Instagram that when she isn't wearing bedding, she prefers to get a little bit kitty kitschy.

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Yes, that is a hooded fleece robe/kimono of some sort, adorned with cats that are unfortunately not Olivia Benson or Meredith Grey (opens in new tab). But! It is very much tailored to um, Taylor:

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We haven't been this excited about catwear since Miley Cyrus wore that amazing Markus Lupfer bikini at the American Music Awards last year (opens in new tab). No word yet on the design genius behind Taylor's more lounge-appropriate style—but if you'd like to channel it, might we interest you in this eye mask with cat ears (opens in new tab)? Or perhaps a kitty snuggie (opens in new tab)? Or inversely, a snuggie for kitties (opens in new tab)? Thanks, Tay, for inspiring us to get lost in this glorious Internet K-hole...

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Victoria Dawson Hoff
Victoria Dawson Hoff

Victoria Hoff is the associate editor at ELLE.com, covering everything from fashion to beauty to wellness. She first joined the team as the editorial assistant in 2013. When she isn't working, she spends her days in Brooklyn eating (vegan) tacos, yoga-ing, and curating her collections of healing crystals and mom jeans.