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Taylor Swift Cheers on Chiefs in Stella McCartney Coat & LV Miniskirt – WWD

Taylor Swift is continuing to add her spin to team dressing, attending Travis Kelce‘s Kansas City Chiefs game between the Green Bay Packers on Monday in Green Bay, Wisc. wearing a winter-ready red look.

Swift was seen in the stands wearing a vibrant red belted teddy coat by Stella McCartney, paired with a black turtleneck and miniskirt.

Taylor Swift wearing the Stella McCartney belted teddy coat ($1, 441).

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Her Louis Vuitton miniskirt featured Eddy leather straps and a wrap detail that coordinated with her over-the-knee Vidaland boots by Stuart Weitzman.

Sleeking her blonde tresses back into a bun, the songstress accessorized her look with the Cartier Agrafe Herringbone Twisted necklace.

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The Louis Vuitton Strap Detail Mini Wrap Skirt ($3,400).

Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Joining the songstress at Monday’s game was Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick. Mahomes put a collegiate-spin on the team’s colors, embracing a Kansas City Chiefs varsity jacket.

Swift’s latest game-day look is a stark contrast to the glittering, glamorous ensemble she wore at Beyoncé’s “Renaissance” concert-film premiere in London in November, where she went silver in a Balmain dress.

Swift, who made her first appearance at a Kansas City Chiefs game in September, has continued to showcase her approach to sporty dressing.

To the Chiefs’ game against the Denver Broncos in October, Swift layered a Wear by Erin Andrews Kansas City Chiefs windbreaker jacket over a Balenciaga corset top.



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