Exclusive : Taylor Swift bundles up in crocheted beanie featuring Travis Kelce’s jersey number for Chiefs vs. Patriots game…

Exclusive : Taylor Swift bundles up in crocheted beanie featuring Travis Kelce’s jersey number for Chiefs vs. Patriots game...

 

Taylor Swift rocked a beanie featuring boyfriend Travis Kelce’s jersey number during the Kansas City Chiefs’ winning game against the New England Patriots.

 

Exclusive : Taylor Swift bundles up in crocheted beanie featuring Travis Kelce’s jersey number for Chiefs vs. Patriots game...
The “Blank Space” singer added a personal touch to keep warm in Foxborough, Mass., Sunday by wearing a white beanie with the number “87” stitched into the design.

The crocheted hat features a red stripe through the middle and a brown pom-pom at the top.

According to a post on X (formerly Twitter), Swift was “gifted” the accessory by an employee at the vintage shop Westside Storey in Kansas City, Mo.

The handmade beanies ($30) are for sale on DePop, with options for color customizations.

“AS SEEN ON TAYLOR SWIFT HERSELF !! 🤯🤯🤯,” the product description reads, adding that the hats are made to order and crocheted using “secondhand materials.”

The “Lavender Haze” hitmaker — who was seen at Sunday’s game with her dad, Scott — has collected quite the closet full of Chiefs’ gear since she first appeared in the stands to support her hunky NFL beau, 34, on Sept. 24.

Taylor, also 34, was previously spotted sporting a customized “87” friendship bracelet — a wink to how their romance started — at Kelce’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers on Oct. 22.

The Grammy winner’s various team-colored fits have included items ranging from New Balance sneakers to an all-red fuzzy coat by Stella McCartney.

She also caught attention for the stylish, vintage Chiefs windbreaker worn to her man’s game versus the Denver Broncos on Oct. 12.

The color-blocked coat turned out to be a gift from sports reporter Erin Andrews’ WEAR line.

The TV personality told Variety at the time that she decided to send Taylor a care package of Chiefs’ swag after she noticed how much attention the musician was garnering for the NFL.

“Our sales have gone through the roof with Kansas City,” Andrews, 45, said.

“Her fans, they’re so powerful. They just want to get close to whatever she’s associated with,” she continued.

“I find it fascinating.”