Taylor Swift Gifted a 'Who's Travis Kelce Anyway?' T-Shirt by Local Kansas City Retailer

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Westside Storey, the clothing retailer behind Swift's vintage Chiefs sweatshirt, shared a TikTok video of all the tops they gifted the star to wear while supporting boyfriend Travis Kelce

<p>The West Side Storey; Jamie Squire/Getty</p> The brand behind Taylor Swift

The West Side Storey; Jamie Squire/Getty

The brand behind Taylor Swift's vintage Chiefs crewneck also gifted her a "Who's Travis Kelce Anyway? Ew." shirt

Everyone wants to be a part of Taylor Swift's game day style. And now, thanks to one Kansas City-based clothing retailer, she has a new collection of tops to wear while cheering on boyfriend Travis Kelce in the stands.

At the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills match on Sunday, the 12-time Grammy winner, 33, supported Kelce, 34, wearing a vintage ‘90s red-and-black Chiefs sweatshirt from local Kansas City retailer Westside Storey. She teamed the jersey with a mini skirt, a black trench coat and Larroudé knee-high boots.

The $250 crewneck may have sold out after Swift’s appearance at Arrowhead Stadium, but the brand sells a ton of other Chiefs-inspired pieces, some of which were also sent to the pop star and shown in a recent TikTok video.

Related: Taylor Swift Wears Vintage Chiefs Sweatshirt from the '90s to Rep Travis Kelce at Bills Game

According to the clip, Westside Storey sent a few more throwback Chiefs pull-overs boasting the team’s colors — and one cheeky shirt alluding to Swift and Kelce’s adorable romance.

The tee in question reads “Who’s Travice Kelce Anyway? Ew.” and is inspired by the top Swift originally wore in her “22” music video (throughout the Eras Tour, Swift also wore multiple iterations of the shirt during the Red portion of her concerts).

Traylor fans can rock the T-shirt for $31.13, the price an Easter egg in itself considering Swift's favorite number is 13.

<p>Jon Robichaud/UPI/Shutterstock</p> Taylor Swift attends the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills game on Dec. 10

Jon Robichaud/UPI/Shutterstock

Taylor Swift attends the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills game on Dec. 10

Swift's latest game follows her Time 2023 Person of the Year interview, where she broke her silence about her relationship with Kelce, 34, for the first time — even confirming that her relationship with the tight end, "all started when Travis very adorably put me on blast on his podcast, which I thought was metal as hell."

“We started hanging out right after that. So we actually had a significant amount of time that no one knew, which I’m grateful for, because we got to get to know each other," Swift said.

Related: Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce’s Relationship Timeline

<p>Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images; Kevin Mazur/Getty Images</p> Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift

Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images; Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift

Her attendance at Kelce’s games first made headlines in September, which fans all around the world thought to be Swift and Kelce’s official debut.

But, in her cover story, Swift revealed that the two had started their romance before that. "I think some people think that they saw our first date at that game? We would never be psychotic enough to hard launch a first date."

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<p>Jamie Squire/Getty </p> Taylor Swift wears Wear by Erin Andrews windbreaker to Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos game on Oct. 12

Jamie Squire/Getty

Taylor Swift wears Wear by Erin Andrews windbreaker to Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos game on Oct. 12

Related: Every Detail of Taylor Swift's Game Day Style to Cheer on Travis Kelce, from '87' Jewelry to Vintage Merch

Even though she gets plenty of air-time from the stadium suites, Swift isn’t one to revel in the attention because she’s “just there to support Travis.”

However, for her fans, Swift’s arrivals make for quite the fashion show. And now, possibly more than ever, her outfits are giving Chiefs merchandise a boost — Erin Andrews, who designed the musician's branded windbreaker, calls it the “Taylor Swift Effect.”

"It's had an amazing effect," Andrews told PEOPLE of Swift's support. "Not just on our Kansas City Chiefs stuff, but I'm getting DMs and mentions in pictures of women in our Ohio State gear, our Miami Dolphins gear, our baseball gear as we're in the World Series. They're like, 'Well if Taylor Swift is going to wear it, I'm going to wear it!' So it's just been pretty fascinating and so cool to watch."

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