Shop Taylor Swift’s Kansas City Chiefs Dog Tag Necklace Here

The Grammy Award-winning artist was spotted in the WEAR by Erin Andrews accessory on Sunday.
Taylor Swift and WEAR by Erin Andrews necklace

Taylor Swift and WEAR by Erin Andrews necklace.

Swifties have been dissecting the footage of Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce canoodling after the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-10 in last night’s AFC Championship game, but we’re taking a closer look at the “You Belong With Me” singer’s accessories from the occasion.

While the 34-year-old Grammy Award winner sported a cute red sweater to cheer on her tight end beau, also 34, at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, her accessories really elevated Swift’s chic game-day style.

In addition to an adorable ring by EB and Co. showcasing her boyfriend’s jersey number, Swift also demonstrated her team spirit with a gold dog tag necklace by WEAR by Erin Andrews. 

WEAR by Erin Andrews x Baublebar Kansas City Chiefs Gold Dog Tag Necklace, $43.99 (

The necklace features the team’s logo on the front and “Chiefs Kingdom” stamped on the back. Shortly after the game, the official WEAR by Erin Andrews Instagram account highlighted the necklace in their feed.

“Our Chiefs Necklace 🤝 Taylor Swift 🤝 Super Bowl 2024 HERE WE COME,” read the caption.

“Never is our wildest dreams did we think she could be this happy ❤️❤️,” one fan noted in the comments.

“karma is the guy on the chiefs 💎,” another Swiftie wrote.

“Ordered! Yay for the Chiefs. Love Taylor! 💕🏈,” someone else added. “Something to smile about and be excited about in a not so happy world!”

“That necklace bout to be sold outtr,” another user predicted.

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Cara O’Bleness


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