Taylor Swift's accessories at the 2024 Super Bowl were a sweet tribute to beau Travis Kelce, here's how

    Taylor Swift's accessories at the Super Bowl was a sweet tribute to her boyfriend Travis Kelce and his game. 

    Taylor Swift

    Taylor Swift

    Taylor Swift’s presence at the 2024 Super Bowl saw her not only turning cheerleader for her boyfriend, Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce but her accessories were also a sweet tribute to him and his game. The 34-year-old singer wore a black corset top with slit jeans. She chose to pair the look with a bomber jacket with the Chiefs logo along with the number 60 written on the back, which was the year the team was created.

    Taylor Swift wore a football-shaped bag

    However, the ‘Love Story’ singer’s accessories stole all the show. She went for a custom diamond, yellow gold 87 necklace, and a rose gold diamond tennis choker. Taylor’s boots also had the words 87 written on a crystal red and gold 87 on the outside. She furthermore carried an 87 Judith Lieber football-shaped bag In addition to this, Swift had a yellow gold and ruby ring. Along with this, she had opted for radiant makeup, red bold lips, and hair tied to a high ponytail.

    Taylor Swift arrived at the Super Bowl from her Tokyo concerts

    The 2024 Super Bowl marks Taylor’s 13th Kansas City Chiefs game. She is also currently busy with her four back-to-back Tokyo concerts. The ‘You Belong With Me’ singer returned just in time to make for the Super Bowl and turn cheerleader for her beau. This is not the first time that Taylor had some sweet tributes for Travis in her styling.

    In the Chief’s Christmas Day game, she wore a bejeweled hairpin. The ‘Blank Space’ singer’s bobby pins had 18K antique gold plated brass pins accessorized with pearls and crystals. The red and yellow gems were a tribute to the Chief's colours. During the Chief’s home game, Swift also wore a ‘T’ earring which is the initial of her beau Travis. The singer had earlier gone for a necklace with the Chief’s logo when she was celebrating Kelce’s AFC championship.