News that superstar Taylor Swift was at the Kansas City Chiefs game Sunday and was hanging out with tight end Travis Kelce afterward has taken the world by storm.
Now, local shops around the Kansas City area, from Charlie Hustle to Flocking Good Designs, Forever Cherry Co. and Raygun, have updated merchandise ready for Swifties.
Among the offerings: “Kingdom (Taylor’s Version)“ shirts in red and yellow, “In my Kelce Era” sweatshirts and promises of more designs on the way.
Take a look at this variety of shirts and sweatshirts recently advertised for sale.
The description for the items on Charlie Hustle’s website says: “Are you ready for it? Celebrate the world’s hottest new couple with this limited edition In My Red Era T-Shirt/Hoodie. The perfect tee (or hoodie) for shooting your shot and escaping in your getaway car after a big win! Guaranteed to never go out of style.”
If the shirts and hoodies come back in stock, fans can expect to pay $36 for the shirt and $72 for the hoodie before shipping fees and taxes.
Flocking Good Designs
Deep in the Swiftie Swag section on Flocking Good Designs are two “Kingdom (Taylor’s Version)“ shirts, one in red and the other in yellow. Both have the same designs, an arrowhead with the word “Kingdom” inside the logo and “(Taylor’s version)“ underneath.
Each shirt is $30 before taxes, and the website currently offers free shipping on these items.
Forever Cherry Co.
Locally-owned clothing store Forever Cherry Co. has sweatshirts decked out in references to the Chiefs tight end and superstar singer. Sweatshirts saying “In my Kelce Era” and “In my Chiefs Era” are two highlights, while another sweatshirt describing a play called “Mastermind” with No. 13 passing to No. 87, referring to Swift’s lucky number and Kelce’s jersey number.
One shirt they offer says “Loving him was Red,” in reference to one of Swift’s songs and the home color of the Chiefs. Each shirt and sweatshirt costs $30 before shipping fees.
Chandley Walker, the owner of Forever Cherry Co., wrote in a Facebook post that more designs are coming.
Six shirts make up Raygun’s Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce collection. Each shirt costs $24.95 before shipping fees and taxes.
If these aren’t your cup of tea, artists on Etsy have created their own merch to honor the moment. Search ‘Travis Kelce” on the website and start scrolling.