Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce recently made headlines not just for his performance on the field, but also for his unique fashion sense. On the latest episode of the "New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce" podcast, the 34-year-old NFL tight end delved into the details of his eye-catching pre-game ensemble.
The outfit, which drew comparisons to The Cheesecake Factory's signature takeout bag, was a topic of much amusement and admiration among fans and followers. Travis explained that the distinctive look began with a custom suit designed by Teddy von Ranson, which he described as fitting "like a glove." He paired it with a shirt, hat, and boots he already owned, creating a bold and memorable style statement.
Emphasizing the theme of his attire, he remarked, "Just wanted to make sure everybody knew that we were going into Buffalo business attire." Despite not being certain about the fabric of his clothes, Travis, currently in a relationship with singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, affirmed that this was his version of "business." His brother Jason Kelce, aged 36 and also a part of the podcast, observed that the mustard yellow suit, vibrant striped sweater, and burgundy beanie gave off a distinct Wes Anderson vibe, particularly reminiscent of "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou." Travis enthusiastically agreed, jokingly suggesting that his outfit was a pitch to appear in a Wes Anderson film.
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The outfit, which Travis debuted before the Chiefs' clash with the Buffalo Bills, quickly became a topic of conversation on social media platforms like X (formerly known as Twitter). Fans and observers alike were charmed by the ensemble, with one user commenting on its "supremely appealing" nature, likening it to cheesecake.
The outfit also drew parallels to one of Taylor Swift's looks in her "Anti-Hero" music video, where she dons a similar striped shirt and yellow pants. The Cheesecake Factory joined in the fun, posting on X with a side-by-side comparison of Travis's outfit and their iconic takeout bag, labeling him a "Fashion Icon." Despite the playful commentary on his fashion choice, Travis and the Chiefs secured a victory over the Bills with a 27-24 win, proving his style on and off the field.