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Writer Has A Theory About Who Taylor Swift's 'Dress' Is About--And It's Not Ed Sheeran

By Mark Pygas

The chances are that you've heard Taylor's Swift's Dress from her new album, Reputation. It's pretty steamy, people. And fans have been speculating that the song could be about Ed Sheeran specifically because of the line: "I don't want you like a best friend." Pretty strong words and it just has everyone in a frenzy trying to figure out who she could be talking about on Taylor's sixth studio album.

But Lindsey Robertson, a writer for The Berry, believes that she's cracked the code. Robertson believes that she met the subject of the song at the 2016 Met Gala. Specifically because of this line...

Flash back when you met me
Your buzzcut and my hair bleached