Taylor Swift Promotes Wonderstruck in Tennessee
While Taylor Swift is finishing out the last month of her North American Speak Now tour, she's also continuing to make time to promote her Wonderstruck fragrance throughout the U.S.
Swift hit Macy's Herald Square in New York City earlier this month, as well as a Glendale, Calif. Sephora, and most recently, the 21-year-old singer stopped by Franklin, Tenn. to hang out with fans at Cool Springs Galleria. The country star plugged her new scent on Oct. 28, which she says encompasses “warm, spicy tones” and “caramel notes."
On Oct. 13, Swift appeared on 'Good Morning America' to talk about her perfume, explaining the meaning behind its name. "It's a line from my song 'Enchanted,' and the line says, 'I'm wonderstruck, blushing all the way home,'" she said. "I've always loved that line and that phrase, 'wonderstruck.' You don't hear it very often."
She continued, "So, I just felt like if I ever got the chance to make a fragrance, which I've dreamed of doing since I was about 14 years old ... Ever since I wrote that song, I thought that would be the title. And I'd want to create a fragrance that smelled the way that word feels."
Swift will continue on her Speak Now tour through the month, wrapping with a pair of dates in New York City on Nov. 21 and Nov. 22.