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Taylor Swift delivered her best, most bejeweled look this NFL season at the Super Bowl.
The Grammy-winning singer, whose presence throughout the season has generated enormous buzz for the NFL, watched the Big Game on Sunday from a courtesy suite alongside Lana Del Rey and Ice Spice. Rather than wearing red Chiefs gear like she has at previous games, she instead opted for a chicer ensemble consisting of crystal-slit jeans from Area alongside a black crochet Dion Lee corset.
Area Crystal Slide Wide-Leg Jeans
Dion Lee Crochet Corset
Swift did nod to her boyfriend, Chiefs’ tight-end Travis Kelce, through other parts of her outfit, however. She accessorized her look with a No. 87 large Varsity pendant necklace from Stephanie Gottlieb, in honor of Kelce’s jersey number. The luxury piece is available in both 14k white gold and yellow gold, featuring a pave diamond bale on a rope chain. The necklace is available online for $4,250 but there are dozens of more affordable dupes online.
The red and gold 87 was also stitched onto Swift’s black booties, which look like a customized version of these Christian Louboutin Eleanor boots.
Stephanie Gottlieb Large Varsity Pendant Necklace
The Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in a thrilling, defense-heavy game that went into overtime. The final score was 25-22, with the Chiefs winning on a touchdown pass in the final seconds of overtime.
Swift headed to Las Vegas to watch the Chiefs face off against the 49ers following her Eras Tour show in Tokyo the day before — her appearance made possible thanks to the international date line. Her presence at the Super Bowl even sparked a number of “prop bets,” or side wagers unrelated to the game itself, such as how many times CBS will show her on camera during the telecast and what shade of lipstick she will wear.
While there was no surprise engagement like some hopeful romantics bet on, Swift and Kelce did embrace and kiss on the field after the Chiefs’ win.