Today’s red scarf emoji may be a regular feature on your Twitter timelines. It’s Taylor Swift’s fault.
Swift’s fans (Swifties) will be celebrating a significant day on November 12, 2021, when she releases the remastered version of her album Red. Swift is launching the album in a major way. She also premieres her short film Too good, which is based upon the song.
Swift’s history and career are referenced in Swift’s fans who have sent messages to Swift wearing red scarves. They even changed their Twitter names to red scarfs at the end. Swift’s career is not well-known to many. They may be a little unsure of why the red scarf is associated.
What is the Taylor Swift emoji for red scarf?
Swift’s 2012 song, “All Too Well,” is the inspiration for the scarf reference. It has been re-released. The original song ran for 5’28 minutes. The new version runs about 10 minutes.
Swift will produce a short film that will accompany the re-released song. It stars Sadie Sink, Dylan O’Brien, and was directed by Swift.
Swift’s fans believe that Swift and the upcoming short film are about her relationship with Jake Gyllenhaal.
The famous scarf reference is in the opening lyrics to “All Too Well”. The song’s opening lyrics are: “I walked through your door, the air was freezing / But somehow, it felt like home” / And I left mine there at your sister’s house / And it is still in you la, even today.”
These lyrics have led to Jake’s sister Maggie Gyllenhaal being drawn into the drama. Swift’s fans speculate that she may still have the scarf in her home.
She mentions the scarf at the end of the song, singing “But I keep my old scarf since that very first week/ Because it reminds me of innocence / And smells just like me.”
Fans believe that there are additional lyrics in “All Too Well” that refer to Gyllenhaal’s relationship.
Swift’s scarf has been synonymous with her since the release of this song. The red scarf emoji, which combines the scarf reference and the reissue red is the ideal symbol to support Swift today.
The Taylor Swift official store sells the “All Too Well Knit Scarf”, which retails for $35. The website warns buyers that the scarf may not arrive before Christmas due to high demand.
On social media, thousands of her fans expressed support. A special red scarf symbol has been added to the hashtag “All Too Well”.