Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' Merch Is Getting Shadier & Shadier

Get ready to scream, either from excitement or exasperation: More Taylor Swift merch is coming. Ever since Taylor Swift announced her sixth album Reputation and dropped the glam video for "Look What You Made Me Do," the singer has been branding like a Kardashian when it comes to merch. The Taylor Swift Reputation webstore is full of themed clothing and accessories. Now, TMZ reports that the singer has filed trademark paperwork for titles and catchphrases from Reputation, which comes out Nov. 11.

The assumption? More merch, baby.

So far, adjustable snake rings like those Swift wears in the cheekily self-aware video for "Look What You Made Me Do," are available for purchase. A cropped "I Heart TS" tee, which references the brief but Roman Candle-like relationship with Tom Hiddleston aka Hiddleswift, is also for sale.

Swift is not stopping there. TMZ reports the singer has plans for even more merch, like T-shirts, notebooks, guitar picks, jewelry, bags, and more. The site also notes that the lyric "The old Taylor can't come to the phone right now" from "Look What You Made Me Do," as well as the song title, are just some of the phrases T. Swift has filed documentation for.

Bustle reached out to Taylor Swift's team to verify this information and regarding further merch drops.

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Swifties can display their fandom and their connection to the singer's confessional lyrics by wearing them. Or they can rock the iconic Hiddleswift shirt, which says it all.

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The snake ring is some serious bling.

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This long-sleeved tee makes reference to the second song that Swift released from the album.

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If this is your new favorite song, you can let the world know by rocking this heather grey tee.

This profile tee of Swift rocking an '80s perm from the "LWYMMD" video also allows fans to pledge their Swift allegiance.

And it can only get shadier from here...