The snake featured in Taylor Swift’s social media posts teasing Thursday night’s release of “Look What You Made Me Do,” the first release from her upcoming album Reputation, can now be yours. Well, kind of.

Available in Swift’s online store via her official website are a silver snake ring (plated with platinum) and gold snake ring (plated with 24-karat gold) — both are made of eight grams of silver and include 300 zircon crystals; each is $60. If jewelry isn’t your thing, you can still don the slithering creature in the form of a black hooded pullover adorned with a snake design; it’s available for $75.

Swift also has Reputation gear for sale, including album cover t-shirts, as well as others featuring her profile and one with “Look What You Made Me Do” lyrics, a phone stand, a gray terry pullover, and charcoal-colored embroidered wool hat.

Everything is available at the Taylor Swift Store.

Earlier this week, after wiping her social media accounts clean, Swift re-emerged teasing her new music with cryptic imagery of a snake believed to be a bush viper. The star offered no explanation, but many believe it was referencing a Kim Kardashian tweet on National Snake Day in July 2016, which was riddled with the snake emoji; it came the same day the reality star leaked video of a phone call between her husband Kanye West and Swift talking about lyrics he wanted to include in his song “Famous,” which Swift contends ending up being different than those to which she gave her blessing.