Taylor Swift spy stylish nod to Jason Kelce in ‘Tortured Poets Department’ album shoot: ‘What did you do’

There’s no tiptoeing around this connection.

Taylor Swift dropped her new album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” on Friday, unleashing a whopping 31 songs along with fresh album art that embodies her sultry yet scholastic new style era.

But fans couldn’t help but zero in on one particular pair of shoes featured in the moody black-and-white snaps: a set of simple black thong sandals reminiscent of Jason Kelce’s favorite casual footwear.

“Jason is gonna be flabbergasted when he finds out where his favourite [sic] pair of Flipflops [sic] went,” one posted on X (formerly Twitter), while another joked, “oh no what did you do @JasonKelce?!”


Jason Kelce’s famous for his love of flip-flops, even wearing a pair to the red carpet premiere of his “Kelce” documentary in September. Getty Images for Prime Video

Jason Kelce on the field with his family
“You don’t leave home without them,” Travis Kelce said on the podcast of his brother’s trusty Olukais. kykelce/Instagram

Jason — whose younger brother, Travis, has been dating Swift since last summer — promptly liked the latter post, sending Swifties into a tailspin.

Of course, judging by the fact that Swift’s been gravitating toward quiet luxury labels like The Row, Saint Laurent and Khaite while promoting her latest project, it’s likely her sandals are a splurge compared to the former Philadelphia Eagles center’s.

Kelce lives in his beloved Olukai flip-flops ($130), which he’s raved about on his “New Heights” podcast with Travis.


Leather flip flops
Olukai

“These are really quality sandals,” Jason told his brother during a past episode. “They still offer arch support in them so it’s not just a piece of flat foam. It feels good, and I think they kind of look nice.”

Added the retired NFL pro, “If it’s functional, high quality and it looks good, I’m all for it.”

Meanwhile, a Saint Laurent pair similar to Swift’s will set you back $745, while The Row’s flip-flops retail for closer to $900.