Kansas City store behind Taylor Swift’s vintage Chiefs merch sent her an ‘epic’ Travis Kelce-related gift

It feels like one of those nights the Westside Storey team won’t be sleeping.

Taylor Swift wore a ’90s-era Chiefs sweatshirt from the Kansas City vintage store to cheer on boyfriend Travis Kelce at his game against the Buffalo Bills Sunday, pairing the pullover with a black leather miniskirt, thigh-high Larroude boots ($500) and her signature red lipstick.

And later that evening, the shop’s team took to TikTok to reveal the “lil something extra” they included in the pop superstar’s order — which they weren’t certain was even hers when they packed it.

“We didn’t get official confirmation until last night, when we saw her wearing one of the sweatshirts from the order,” Westside Storey owner Chris Harrington tells Page Six Style.

In the clip, a team member boxes up a total of five vintage Chiefs sweatshirts (including Swift’s red-and-black spellout style from sportswear company Legends), along with a note.

“Hello! On the off chance that this is T-Swift or her team, we just wanted to include a lil something extra. We are all such big fans + rooting for you!” the message reads.

The surprise item in question? A white T-shirt emblazoned with the phrase “Who’s Travis Kelce anyway? Ew.” — modeled, of course, after one of Swift’s “22” music video-inspired Eras Tour looks.

In a nod to the Grammy winner’s lucky number, the graphic tee retails for $31.13 on Westside Storey’s website.

“Taylor Swift spotted wearing a vintage chiefs sweatshirt that we packaged! we’re freaking out,” Westside Storey captioned its TikTok. westsidestorey/Tiktok
The store’s team included a “lil something extra” in Swift’s order: this cheeky “22”-inspired tee. Westside Storey
Owner Chris Harrington also put a note in the package. westsidestorey/Tiktok

Fans couldn’t get enough of the cheeky inclusion, with one commenting, “I’m sure she chuckled at it,” and another adding, “i love the idea of her wearing that around the house just making coffee and singing to herself.”

Other commenters called the gift “epic” and “too cool,” while someone else wrote, “I love that she’s supporting KC small businesses!”

“It’s honestly so surreal to think what was once in our closet a month ago is now on the world’s biggest pop star,” Harrington tells us.

“We’re all pretty big Swifties over here as well as Chiefs fans, so it’s amazing to see our two worlds collide.”