Taylor Swift Swaps Her Fierce Teal Heels for Sneakers, Pulls the Ultimate Kristen Stewart

Taylor Swift is seen out and about in TriBeCa on May 27, 2015 in NYC.
Taylor Swift is seen leaving her NYC apartment -- solo -- on May 27 while wearing a white romper and teal heels. Alessio Botticelli/GC Images

Taking her style cues from Kristen Stewart!

Taylor Swift may have left her apartment in NYC on Wednesday, May 27, working a fierce pair of SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker teal heels—but they didn't stay on her feet for long. As soon as she hit up the Keds 1989 Style Event, where sneaks inspired by her record-smashing album were on display, she slipped into a pair of the cute trainers.

It's a move that was first perfected by our favorite Twilight actress, 25, who was often spotted arriving at red carpet events in fabulous stilettos—frequently Loubs, natch—but ditching them as soon as she could. By the time Stewart left those same events, she would be snapped rocking her beloved Converses while carrying her heels in hand.

Taylor Swift - Keds
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Keds

Of course, Swift, also 25, had a good reason for the switcheroo. The "Bad Blood" singer (who also rocked a white Rachel Zoe romper) was promoting her latest line of lace-ups with the brand, which includes the navy blue pair she modeled featuring the New York City skyline. (Shop the whole collection, with each pair retailing for $55, at Keds.com.)

Taylor Swift - 1989 Keds
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Keds

The event was held less than 24 hours after Swift's romantic dinner date with her boyfriend, Calvin Harris, who took the pop princess to Soho's Italian eatery L'asso for pizza on Tuesday night. But when she stepped out on the 27th, en route to her Keds fete, she did so solo—and with a huge smile on her face.

Which do you dig more, Swift's heels or sneaks? Tweet with @UsWeekly using the hashtag #stylebyUs!

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