The football player stepped out in a paint-splattered denim look while leaving Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium with Swift at his side
The Kansas City Chiefs tight end, 33, made quite the fashion statement (off the field) with his head-turning game day look on Sunday, as the superstar singer, 33, cheered him on — in her Kansas City red of course — from the stands.
Originally named "The Bedroom Painting,” the brand since renamed the colorful set to the "1989 Bedroom Painting" as a nod to Kelce and Swift's are-they-aren't-they relationship status. The name nods to Swift’s famous 2014 album 1989, which the Grammy winner is releasing a re-recorded version of on October 27.
The blue-and-white colorways of Kelce’s look also match the color scheme of Swift’s 1989 era, which made itself evidently clear when she performed in five blue dresses to announce the new record during her last night of her "Eras" tour at California's SoFi Stadium in August.
A photo and video of Kelce in the denim getup appeared on the Kansas City Chiefs X (formerly known as Twitter) account and are captioned, “Okay, Killa.”
A video captured after the game shows Kelce (dressed in the same clothing) and Swift (outfitted in a white tank top and skirt, a red-and-white Chiefs jacket tied around her waist and matching New Balance sneakers) leaving Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri together.
The “Karma” musician was first spotted in the Chiefs merchandise — and her signature red lip — during the game, cheering Kelce on alongside his mom Donna Kelce in a stadium suite.
Swift's appearance comes just days after Kelce invited her to attend the game while appearing on The Pat McAfee Show podcast. A source told PEOPLE that once Swift heard about the invite, she didn't let a busy schedule stop her from accepting.
"Taylor is very focused on work right now and hanging out with her girlfriends," the source said. "Travis invited her to the game, and of course she said 'yes.'"
"She just thought it was a fantastic way to spend Sunday,” the source added.
On the podcast Thursday, host Pat McAfee, Kelce was coy about his and Swift’s status. He did confirm that he "threw the ball in her court."
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"I've seen you rock the stage at Arrowhead [Stadium],” he told McAfee, as if speaking directly to the "Champagne Problems" singer. “You might have to come see me rock the stage at Arrowhead and see which one's a little more lit."
"We'll see what happens in the near future," he added.
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