The singer rocked a red puffer jacket emblazoned with “Kelce” and his “87” jersey number at her boyfriend’s first game of 2024
For Taylor Swift, cheering on her boyfriend Travis Kelce never goes out of style, even when it’s below zero degrees outside.
On Saturday, the pop star, 34, arrived at Arrowhead Stadium in her signature game-day style to support Kelce, 34, and the Kansas City Chiefs in their second game of 2024 against the Miami Dolphins.
To rep her tight end boyfriend, Swift rocked a red puffer jacket emblazoned with “Kelce” and his “87” jersey number. She paired that with a white beanie hat, black top, black pants, black belt and black boots.
The Chiefs-Dolphins matchup isn’t the first time the singer-songwriter has made headlines for her game-day style, which often includes vintage Chiefs merch and sweet, Kelce-coded accessories.
From a crocheted beanie embroidered with the tight end’s number, 87, to a bracelet sporting the player’s nickname, Trav, Swift could give a masterclass on how to rep your partner.
The “Cruel Summer” singer’s subtle — and stylish — nods to Kelce can be traced back to October, when her fourth football game ensemble included a vintage Chiefs crewneck and a gold “87” more-than-friendship bracelet on her wrist, a reference to the Eras Tour tradition that spawned the couple’s relationship.
A source recently chatted to Entertainment Tonight about Tay and Trav, saying they are “closer than ever before, and everyone around them can see that they’re an amazing match. They love being together no matter what they’re doing and appreciate the little things in life.”
The source also noted that “They try to lead as normal lives as possible as a couple and are enjoying the upswing and growth in their relationship. They believe that timing is everything and that this is their time. Their families are both on board and everyone on Travis’ side loves Taylor and vice versa. It’s a supportive dynamic all around. Their loved ones have never seen either of them so happy and hope and believe that it will continue.”