Taylor Swift’s Chiefs Jacket, which she wore to the Chiefs-Dolphins game on Saturday, is designed by Kristin Juszczyk and her husband, Kyle, isn’t going to let you forget it. But Kyle revealed something to Swift’s Fans

Pop superstar Taylor Swift is shaking off the subzero temperatures at Arrowhead Stadium.

Swift arrived to the Kansas City Chiefs wild-card playoff game against the Miami Dolphins sporting a custom puffer jacket featuring the name and No. 87 number of Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, Swift’s beau. The red-and-yellow jacket was created by Kristin Juszczyk, the wife of San Francisco 49ers All-Pro fullback Kyle Juszczyk.

An honor of a lifetime!” Kristin Juszczyk wrote on Instagram. “Thank you @taylorswift.”

Kristin Juszczyk transformed Kelce’s football jersey into the puffer coat, featuring No. 87 front and center, in addition to his number and last name on her sleeve. Swift paired the jacket with an all-black ensemble and white beanie, all the better to brave the minus-4 temperature in Kansas City, Missouri.

Here’s everything we know about Swift’s internet-breaking jacket:

Taylor Swift’s Kelce jacket is a Kristin Juszczyk design
Kristin Juszczyk creates her own game-day outfits every week to cheer on her husband, Kyle Juszczyk, whose 49ers have a first-round playoff bye as the No. 1 seed in the NFC. That didn’t mean she took a break from designing this week.

Kyle Juszczyk is a Cloverleaf graduate born in Medina. Kyle earned plenty of good husband points on Saturday giving his wife props for the jacket on social media.

According to KRON4 News reporter Kate Rooney, Kristin Juszczyk created a custom puffer coat for Brittany Mahomes, the wife of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, to wear on Saturday. She told the Bay Area outlet that she decided to “shoot her shot” by making Swift a similar jacket, in hopes that Mahomes would give it to Swift. Her efforts were rewarded and Swift ultimately ended up wearing the handmade piece.