Erin Andrews Applauds Taylor Swift for Supporting Women Entrepreneurs

In an interview with ‘People,’ the sportscaster praised the Grammy winner for highlighting small businesses with her looks on the NFL sidelines.
Erin Andrews and Taylor Swift

Erin Andrews and Taylor Swift.

In an exclusive interview with People, sportscaster and apparel brand creator Erin Andrews thanked 14-time Grammy Award-winning artist Taylor Swift for her support of small businesses. 

As we reported late last month, the “You Belong With Me” singer attended the AFC Championship game on Jan. 28 and sported a WEAR by Erin Andrews dog tag necklace to watch the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-10.

“She could wear pieces that are not attainable for somebody like you and me. And I just really appreciate how she mixes in a $45 dog tag necklace with a $15 ring and she wears things that all of us can afford,” Andrews told the outlet of Swift’s sidelines ensemble. “I just think it’s so cool and it says a lot about her. Again, I can’t thank her enough and just praise her for supporting small businesses and for supporting women.”

Swift has worn items from Andrews’s sporty line on multiple occasions of late. After she donned a red, black and white windbreaker by the brand to the Kansas City Chiefs game on Oct. 12, it immediately sold out. 

The 34-year-old singer-songwriter is, of course, dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, also 34, and has been in the stands of several games this season supporting her partner in festive team garb. Additionally, Swift recently donned a custom jacket by Kristin Juszczyk, wife of San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk, and the statement piece quickly went viral. The designer has since signed a licensing deal with the NFL.

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