Taylor Swift rocks black jacket and her natural curls at Travis Kelce’s Chiefs vs. Ravens game

Taylor Swift’s cheering on the “guy on the Chiefs” in style.

The superstar songstress showed up at boyfriend Travis Kelce’s game against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday wearing a simple black jacket with a red sweater and black pants.

The “Cruel Summer” singer, 34, kept it low-key when she was spotted arriving at the AFC championship game, sporting her signature red lip and natural curls in her hair, reminiscent of her “Reputation” era.

Photos taken before kickoff showed the Grammy winner chatting with pals Brittany Mahomes and Keleigh Teller in a private box.

Swift has been a regular at Kelce’s games and often dresses in outfits that pay tribute to the tight end, whom she’s been dating since last summer.

At the frigid Chiefs vs. Dophins game on Jan. 13, she bundled up in a bespoke Kelce jersey jacket designed by Kristin Juszczyk, the wife of San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk.

Taylor Swift and Brittany Mahomes
She wore her hair in natural, loose curls. Getty Images

When Kelce’s team played the Cincinnati Bengals on New Year’s Day, Swift showed up wearing a Chiefs-themed Jeff Hamilton varsity jacket nearly identical to one owned by her beau.

And on Christmas Day, the 12-time Grammy winner got into the yuletide spirit with a Santa hat emblazoned with Kelce’s jersey number: 87.

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Swift’s also the proud owner of friendship bracelets, knit beanies and cheeky tees that shout out the object of her affection.

And the “All Too Well” singer’s suite style has given Chiefs merch a major commercial boost.

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Swift also added her signature red lipstick. Getty Images

“Our sales have gone through the roof with Kansas City,” Erin Andrews told Variety in October.

The sports reporter and Swiftie recently sent the star some Chiefs-themed styles from her Wear by Erin Andrews line, one of which she went on to wear to a game.

“Her fans, they’re so powerful. They just want to get close to whatever she’s associated with. I find it fascinating. She put a spotlight on the sport. Let’s embrace it.”