Super Bowl LVIII: Taylor’s Version

On Feb. 11, aka Super Bowl Sunday, some of us came for the game: the Kansas City Chiefs versus the San Francisco 49ers—a rematch of the 2020 Super Bowl that Kansas City won, kicking off what sportswriters and talking heads are now calling a dynasty. Some of us came for the halftime show starring Usher, who powered through a hit-packed set list that took every Gen Xer back to our awkward high school dances. Some of us came for the commercials (Beyoncé wins again!). And some of us came, let’s be honest, to see what jewelry Taylor Swift—the Chiefs’ most famous fan—would be wearing to cheer on her boyfriend, tight end Travis Kelce.

Stephanie Gottlieb varsity 87 necklace
Custom Large Varsity pendant in diamonds and 14k yellow gold, $4,250; Stephanie Gottlieb
Stephanie Gottlieb tennis necklace rose gold
Tennis choker with 3.6 cts. t.w. diamonds in 14k rose gold, $7,500; Stephanie Gottlieb

The 14-time Grammy winner did not disappoint, starting with a diamond choker and a diamond Varsity pendant—customized with Kelce’s jersey number, 87—by Stephanie Gottlieb. (Gottlieb wore the 87 necklace, along with a “GO TAYLOR’S BOYFRIEND” sweatshirt, at her Super Bowl party. She even had an 87 cake in Chiefs colors. Now that’s a fan!)

Shahla Karimi ruby rings
Bezel-Set Demi Ring with 0.2 ct. t.w. natural rubies in reclaimed 14k yellow gold, $1,230; Baguette Stacking Ring with 5 mm x 2 mm natural ruby in reclaimed 14k yellow gold, $1,210; Shahla Karimi
Shay ruby stretch bracelet and eternity band
Eternity band in 18k gold with 8 cts. t.w. rubies, $5,660; stretch bracelet with 1.38 cts. t.w. diamonds and 6 cts. t.w. rubies, $19,950; Shay
Shay ruby solitaire necklace
Custom ruby pendant necklace, $11,500 (smaller version available here); Shay
Retrouvai magna ruby ring
Magna ring in 14k yellow gold with 1.25 cts. t.w. princess-cut rubies and 0.03 ct. t.w. diamonds, $3,210; Retrouvaí

Swift then layered in loads of ruby pieces, including adorable and super-affordable stacking rings from New York City–based brand Shahla Karimi (FYI: You can get Taylor’s rings with either created or natural rubies); a solitaire pendant, eternity band, and ruby and diamond bracelet from Los Angeles–based Shay; and a princess-cut ruby ring from L.A. brand Retrouvaí.

Vrai lab grown diamond trillion studs
Trillion solitaire lab-grown diamond stud in 14k yellow gold, $600–$750 each (sold individually); Vrai
Jacquie Aiche mini hoop T earring
14k yellow gold pavé diamond alphabet mini hoop “T”, $650; Jacquie Aiche

Let’s not forget the mismatched earrings: The huggie-and-heart earring with orangey-red carnelian is by the Last Line; the trillion stud is from lab-grown diamond brand Vrai; and the diamond hoop with hanging T charm came from L.A.’s Jacquie Aiche, who also made pieces for Usher (including this wow-worthy pinky ring).

The best part about all of these jewels? Many of them are within reach, price-wise, for us non–pop stars.

Oh, and if anyone was wondering about the actual game, it eventually turned into a real nail-biter, and went into overtime—only the second OT game in Super Bowl history. The Chiefs prevailed 25–22, marking the team’s second consecutive Super Bowl victory. But we all know who the real winner was, don’t we?

Top: Taylor Swift in a suite at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium with BFF Blake Lively—who was wearing nearly two dozen Tiffany & Co. pieces, including a pair of Elsa Peretti snake earrings that seemed like a clear nod to Swift’s Reputation album. (Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)