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Taylor Swift Is Wearing Area’s Crystal Slit Jeans and No. 87 Jewelry to the 2024 Super Bowl

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Appearing at the Super Bowl after flying in from her concert in Japan, Taylor Swift made a big entrance to the big game, showing up with famous friends including Blake Lively and Ice Spice and wearing accessories emblazoned with 87, the number of her BF, Kansas City Chief’s tight end Travis Kelce.

The superstar singer — sporting her signature red lip — is wearing an all-black day casual look consisting of a Dion Lee crop top (on sale for $300), which she’s paired with a black denim style called the Crystal Slit Jean from Area. The jeans are sold out in most sizes on Area’s website but are still available via Saks. She finished her edgy ensemble with a Wear by Erin Andrews vintage-inspired Chiefs windbreaker jacket ($130), which is sold out but may be restocked soon.

Swift also wore a custom diamond-studded 14-karat gold necklace with a number 87 pendant ($2,950) and a diamond tennis choker ($7,500), both by fine jewelry designer Stephanie Gottlieb. Other sparkling accessories spotted on the singer include a Baublebar x Wear by Erin Andrews necklace with a Chiefs pendant ($44; sold out), a Retrouvaí square cut ruby ring ($3,210) and a custom Judith Lieber crystal bag with the number 87.

Her boyfriend also garnered attention for their looks with Kelce arriving to the game wearing a custom look by Los Angeles-based Amiri that includes a black sequined bouclé shirt jacket with a notched lapel ($2,090) paired with matching trousers ($1,290) that feature an adjustable buttoned ankle.

Sitting with the 14-time Grammy winner during the game, Lively opted for a red Adidas tracksuit with a white crop top and nearly 20 pieces of Tiffany & Co. jewelry, while Ice Spice donned a black body-con look paired with a cross necklace.

Wearing a custom look by Amiri, Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs arrives before Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium on Feb. 11, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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