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    Cardigans, the number 13 and a jar of pennies: Taylor Swift fans go wild when she hides ‘Easter Eggs’ themed around her Folklore album in her new Capital One commercial

    • The singer, 30, is known for including secret meanings in her music called Easter Eggs and she has done this in her latest commercial 
    • Although she openly appears in the ad for a mere 11-seconds, Swift filled her brief Capital One scene with a ton of Easter eggs for eagle-eyed fans to feast on

    Taylor Swift‘s Folklore became the ultimate COVID-19 quarantine soundtrack, following its highly successful release in July.

    And the singer-songwriter, 30, cleverly paid homage to her eighth studio album in her latest commercial spot for Capital One.

    Although she openly appears for a mere 11-seconds, Swift filled her brief scene with a ton of Easter eggs for eagle-eyed fans to feast on.

    We see you: Taylor Swift cleverly paid homage to her eighth studio album Folklore in her latest commercial spot for Capital One

    On the hunt: Although she openly appears for a mere 11-seconds, Swift filled her brief scene with a ton of Easter eggs for eagle-eyed fans to feast on

    On the hunt: Although she openly appears for a mere 11-seconds, Swift filled her brief scene with a ton of Easter eggs for eagle-eyed fans to feast on

    The commercial revolves around convincing the viewer that banking with Capital One is ‘the easiest decision in the history of decisions.’

    ‘Sort of like…’ utters the Capital One spokesperson as the scene cuts to Taylor standing in front of a window pondering what she ‘gonna wear’ for the day. 

    ‘It’s look kind of chilly out today. What am I gonna wear?’ she says, before making her way towards a large closet with barnyard doors.

    Resting on each side of the closet are built in shelves that are packed to the brim with various, seemingly random objects.

    Easiest ever: The commercial revolves around convincing the viewer that banking with Capital One is 'the easiest decision in the history of decisions'

    Easiest ever: The commercial revolves around convincing the viewer that banking with Capital One is ‘the easiest decision in the history of decisions’

    Cut to: 'Sort of like...' utters the Capital One spokesperson as the scene cuts to Taylor standing in front of a window pondering what she 'gonna wear' for the day

    Cut to: ‘Sort of like…’ utters the Capital One spokesperson as the scene cuts to Taylor standing in front of a window pondering what she ‘gonna wear’ for the day

    ‘I think I’ll go with…’ continues Swift as she opens the giant doors to her closet. 

    ‘…a cardigan!’ she exclaimed excitedly as numerous versions of the same cable knit cardigan she donned in her Cardigan music video rested next to one another on hangers.

    Being that Cardigan is lead single off of Folklore, the commercial was suggesting that banking with the credit card company is as easy as Taylor choosing what she is gonna wear on a chilly day.

    She then chose one of the cloned cardigans and gazed at it with a confident expression before fleeing off screen to put it on.

    What to wear: 'It's look kind of chilly out today. What am I gonna wear?' she says, before making her way towards a large closet with barnyard doors

    What to wear: ‘It’s look kind of chilly out today. What am I gonna wear?’ she says, before making her way towards a large closet with barnyard doors

    Great choice: 'I think I'll go with...a cardigan!' she exclaimed excitedly as numerous versions of the same cable knit cardigan she donned in her Cardigan music video rested next to one another on hangers

    Great choice: ‘I think I’ll go with…a cardigan!’ she exclaimed excitedly as numerous versions of the same cable knit cardigan she donned in her Cardigan music video rested next to one another on hangers

    After her Capital One commercial hit YouTube, Taylor’s fans eagerly captured screengrabs of the numerous closet shelves in order to decipher the meaning behind each object.

    Resting on the right side of Taylor’s closet on the bottom shelf happens to be a lime green dog statue, which directly alludes to a lyric in the Folklore hit The Last Great American Dynasty.

    The lyric reads: ‘She stole his dog and dyed it key lime green.’

    Located on the second shelf to the left of Taylor’s spacious closet happens to be a statue of the singer’s lucky number 13 and an hourglass that is available for fans to purchase.

    Obvious: Being that Cardigan is lead single off of Folklore, the commercial was suggesting that banking with the credit card company is as easy as Taylor choosing what she is gonna wear on a chilly day

    Obvious: Being that Cardigan is lead single off of Folklore, the commercial was suggesting that banking with the credit card company is as easy as Taylor choosing what she is gonna wear on a chilly day

    Confident: She then chose one of the cloned cardigans and gazed at it with a confident expression before fleeing off screen to put it on

    Confident: She then chose one of the cloned cardigans and gazed at it with a confident expression before fleeing off screen to put it on

    The hourglass relates to Taylor’s song August and the poignant lyric: ‘August slipped away into a moment in time.’

    The third shelf on the right features a wooden statue of the hitmaker’s initial, while the second shelf included a jar full of pennies that stem from the song The 1.

    ‘Roaring twenties, tossing pennies in the pool,’ sings Swift in the retrospective track.

    Lime green dog: Resting on the right side of Taylor's closet on the bottom shelf happens to be a lime green dog statue, which directly alludes to a lyric in the Folklore hit The Last Great American Dynasty

    Lime green dog: Resting on the right side of Taylor’s closet on the bottom shelf happens to be a lime green dog statue, which directly alludes to a lyric in the Folklore hit The Last Great American Dynasty

    Two-for-one: Located on the second shelf to the left of Taylor's spacious closet happens to be a statue of the singer's lucky number 13 and an hourglass that is available for fans to purchase

    Two-for-one: Located on the second shelf to the left of Taylor’s spacious closet happens to be a statue of the singer’s lucky number 13 and an hourglass that is available for fans to purchase

    A few of Taylor’s Easter eggs were very on the nose, like a that of a peace sign figurine sitting on the bottom right side.

    One of Folklore’s 17 tracks emotional songs happens to be titled Peace. 

    There was also a mirrorball positioned next to a miniature easel on the second to last shelf on the right side that represented the song Mirrorball, which is also present on Folklore.

    Jar full of pennies: The second shelf included a jar full of pennies that stem from the song The 1

    Jar full of pennies: The second shelf included a jar full of pennies that stem from the song The 1

    Mirrorball: There was also a mirrorball positioned next to a miniature easel on the second to last shelf on the right side that represented the song Mirrorball, which is also present on Folklore

    Mirrorball: There was also a mirrorball positioned next to a miniature easel on the second to last shelf on the right side that represented the song Mirrorball, which is also present on Folklore

    Located on the very top shelf on the left side is a statue of an axe that coincides with the lyric from Invisible String that goes: ‘Cold was the steel of my axe to grind.’

    Those are just a few of the symbolic items that lined the shelves of Taylor’s brief, but highly detailed Capital One cameo. 

    As if loading her shelves with familiar items were not enough, Taylor even happened to be wearing the exact same outfit she donned in a recent Instagram photo of herself.

    Axe: Located on the very top shelf on the left side is a statue of an axe that coincides with the lyric from Invisible String that goes: 'Cold was the steel of my axe to grind'

    Axe: Located on the very top shelf on the left side is a statue of an axe that coincides with the lyric from Invisible String that goes: ‘Cold was the steel of my axe to grind’

    Familiar: As if loading her shelves with familiar items were not enough, Taylor even happened to be wearing the exact same outfit she donned in a recent Instagram photo of herself

    Familiar: As if loading her shelves with familiar items were not enough, Taylor even happened to be wearing the exact same outfit she donned in a recent Instagram photo of herself

    The photo in question showed the star posing with a plate of Biden/Harris 2020 cookies she had crafted in her kitchen. 

    She is donning the exact same muted blue blouse, black overalls, and chain necklace as in the commercial.

    The striking similarities caused many fans to declare that the commercial may have been filmed on the same day. 

    Folklore: Taylor Swift's Folklore became the ultimate COVID-19 quarantine soundtrack, following its highly successful release in July

    Folklore: Taylor Swift’s Folklore became the ultimate COVID-19 quarantine soundtrack, following its highly successful release in July

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