See All Taylor Swift's Sweet Jewelry Nods to Boyfriend Travis Kelce from the Chiefs' AFC Championship Game

Including a $14 ring from a woman-owned Kansas City accessories brand

<p>Rob Carr/Getty</p> Taylor Swift hugging Travis Kelce after the AFC Championship game

Rob Carr/Getty

Taylor Swift hugging Travis Kelce after the AFC Championship game

Taylor Swift may not quite be wearing Travis Kelce's initial on a chain 'round her neck, but she's been wearing the next best thing: his team's logo.

During Sunday night's AFC Championship game — where the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 — Swift was on hand to cheer for Kelce and while she kept her outfit on the low-key side, she was decked out in jewelry to support her man. After the Chiefs clinched their spot in the Super Bowl, Swift headed down onto the field, and as she and Kelce shared a few sweet kisses in front of the cameras, all of the singer's WAG jewelry was on full display.

Included in her bling was a chain around her neck with the Chiefs logo. The piece was from WEAR by Erin Andrews x BaubleBar ($44) and featured "Chiefs Kingdom" on the other side of the pendant.

<p>Rob Carr/Getty</p> Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift at the AFC Championship game

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Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift at the AFC Championship game

Oh, but don't worry, though, Swift did actually wear Kelce's initial on Sunday — it just wasn't around her neck — it was around her wrist. The "Anti-Hero" singer wore an upgraded take on her beaded friendship bracelet with a diamond one with "TNT" for Taylor and Travis from Wove and Michelle Wie West. The bracelet was custom-made for Swift in her home state of Pennsylvania, and fans can make their own with their own initials ($5,680+).

According to the brand's Instagram, a matching bracelet was also made for Kelce — throwing it back to the couple's origin story of how Kelce tried to give Swift his number on a friendship bracelet during her Eras Tour stop in Kansas City last summer.

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Swift also wore a few rings on her fingers, including the Mejuri Heirloom Signet Ring in garnet ($598). The yellow gold and red ring is the perfect subtle color combo for supporting the Chiefs, and Swift has been spotted wearing the piece throughout the season as she's cheered on the team.

She also wore Kelce's jersey number on a ring. Yet again this season, the "Lavender Haze" singer featured a local woman-owned Kansas City business, wearing the Tight End ring ($14) from EB and Co. The brand shared a photo of Swift and Kelce on its Instagram Stories, where you can perfectly see the dainty ring, writing, "Screaming, crying, perfect storm." The brand also shared a photo on its Instagram grid, writing, "That moment when your dreams come true."

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It looks like Donna Kelce wore the earrings to match Swift's ring, as shown in a TikTok video shared by the NFL. As Swift goes in to hug her, you can see a closeup of what looks to be the Tight End Jersey Huggie Hoop Earrings ($22), also from EB and Co.

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For her part, Swift wore Opal & Diamond Graduated Pavé Hoop Earrings ($2,830) by WWAKE. Swift has spoken in the past about her love of opals, but they also happen to be Kelce's birthstone.

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Because Swift was so bejeweled, the rest of her outfit was subtle — a cherry red cashmere sweater from bestie Gigi Hadid's brand Guest in Residence, black pants and her signature red lip. She also wore her hair in a curly style reminiscent of her 2018 Reputation Stadium Tour — which fully tracks with all of the Reputation-coded style nods she's been dropping as of late as speculation builds that her next re-recorded album will be 2017's Reputation.

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