Taylor Swift Cheers on Travis Kelce in Reputation-Coded Outfit and Curly Hair at Chiefs-Ravens Game

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Taylor Swift, the 12-time Grammy winner, was seen supporting her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, at the AFC Championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens. Her outfit choice for the day was a striking reminder of her style during the Reputation era of 2017-2018.

The 34-year-old singer was dressed in a black blazer and red top, complemented by black trousers and her iconic red lipstick. Her hair, styled with curls and bangs, took fans back to her 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour, adding a nostalgic touch to her game-day look.

Taylor Swift during the 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour. PHOTO: Jun Sato/TAS18/Getty

Travis Kelce, aged 34, was seen in Baltimore on Saturday, dressed in an all-black outfit. He wore a chain necklace that was reminiscent of the one Taylor Swift wore on her 2017 Reputation album cover.

Travis Kelce, Seen in Baltimore on Saturday, dressed in an all-black outfit.

Swift has been a constant presence at Chiefs games since she publicly announced her relationship on September 24, during a game against the Chicago Bears. She made her debut in the Chiefs nation at their home ground, Arrowhead Stadium, where she showed her support in a stylish red-and-white windbreaker, worn off her shoulders, and cheered the team to a 41-10 victory.

Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes were spotted together before an NFL AFC Championship football game on January 28.

Since then, Swift’s fashionable appearances at NFL games have been closely analyzed. She often includes subtle references to Kelce in her game-day outfits, which fans have come to refer to as ‘Easter eggs’. Whether it’s wearing his jersey number, adorning her hair with bejeweled pins in Chiefs colors, or sporting a “T” earring, Swift enjoys incorporating accessories that hint at her relationship with Kelce.

Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes on Jan. 28. PHOTO: Kara Durrette/Getty

Swift isn’t one to miss out on a chance to match outfits, as was evident at the team’s home game against the Miami Dolphins on January 13. It was one of the chilliest games on record, with temperatures falling below zero degrees. To combat the cold, Swift wore a custom-made red puffer coat that proudly displayed Kelce’s name and jersey number. Brittany Mahomes, another WAG, sported a similar cropped coat that bore her husband, Patrick Mahomes’ name and his jersey number, “15”.

These eye-catching coats that went viral were the creation of Kristin Juszczyk, who is married to Kyle Juszczyk, the fullback for the San Francisco 49ers.

PHOTO: Brittany Mahomes/Instagram

On January 22, Swift was seen supporting the Chiefs as they clinched their place in the AFC Championship. She was dressed in a white jacket, a red beanie, and black jeans from Paige Denim, cheering on the team as they triumphed over the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium.

Her vintage-style, oversized bomber jacket, which is part of the GANT x Kilo Kish Blank Canvas Project collaboration, comes with a hefty price tag of $1,800. Despite its high cost, the jacket has sold out, a phenomenon sports broadcaster Erin Andrews has dubbed “The Taylor Swift Effect.”

The rematch between the Chiefs and Bills was a thrilling event for Chiefs supporters, as Travis Kelce and quarterback Patrick Mahomes set a new record for the most playoff touchdowns by a pair, surpassing the previous record held by Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. This game held a special place in the hearts of “Traylor” fans, as Kelce acknowledged his relationship with Swift by mimicking her iconic “heart hands” gesture on the field.

After scoring a touchdown in the second quarter, the tight end made a heart shape with his hands. He later discussed this gesture on an episode of his podcast, New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce, explaining to his older brother Jason Kelce that he wanted to infuse some extra positivity into the sport.

PHOTO: Al Bello/Getty

“Yeah, man, had to spread the love baby,” .Travis expressed his sentiments saying, “Always got to spread that love, baby.”

With Swift cheering them on, the Chiefs have an impressive record of 8 wins and 3 losses.

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Kimberlee Speakman

Kimberlee Speakman is a reporter and digital news writer with over 5 years of experience covering everything from the latest entertainment news to human interest news and crime.
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