Taylor Swift’s Baby Pink Cami Is for the Millennials Who Loved Limited Too

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Written By Paklay Zablay

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Taylor Swift kept it casual during her Bahamas getaway with Travis Kelce. Though they’re now back Stateside, we’re still getting new pictures from the couple’s trip, and Swift’s style continues to be breezy and cute.

Just after taking a dip in the crystal blue water and lying out on their private beach, the power couple strolled hand in hand down a dock. In pictures you can see here, Kelce covered up with a boxy white T-shirt and slipped on leather loafers, which seem an odd choice for being so close to water, but okay! Swift kept her hair in a braided ponytail and covered up with white drawstring shorts and a rosebud-patterned camisole that’s giving major early-2000s girlhood vibes. She shielded her face from the sun with a Ralph Lauren baseball cap and dark sunglasses, opting for patterned sandals that make a lot more sense than what her boyfriend has going on.

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“They vacationed in the Bahamas for several days,” a source told People. “It was a much-needed break for both of them. They very much enjoyed it. They are so happy together.”

Swift is getting her vacation days in now while she can. In just a month she drops her 11th studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, before heading back out on tour. Kelce is expected to join her on the road, but in July he’ll have to report to Chiefs training camp and…throw balls and…lift weights and…run? Yes, that seems like what happens at football school.

Since returning from the Bahamas, Traylor have been spotted dining at Nobu in Malibu, with Taylor Swift then heading to the East Coast for a meal at Paros in TriBeCa (per DeuxMoi earlier this week). Is Blondie reminding us how happy and chill she is so the hardcore fans don’t ruin Joe Alwyn’s life when TTPD drops, or am I reading into things? She is a mastermind….

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