Travis Kelce is making takeout cuisine an aesthetic.

Travis Kelce is making takeout cuisine an aesthetic.

Ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Buffalo Bills game on Sunday, the tight end stepped out in Buffalo, New York in a unique outfit. He wore a brightly-colored striped sweater, yellow peacoat and burgundy beanie that immediately drew comparisons to The Cheesecake Factory’s takeout bag — and even elicited a reaction from the company.

“😎 Fashion Icons,” The Cheesecake Factory wrote on X (formerly known as Twitter) alongside a shots of Kelce, 34, in the sweater next to their signature takeout bag.

The outfit led to even more hilarious reactions from other users, including his older brother Jason Kelce, who wrote: “Looks like he’s auditioning for a new Wes Anderson film.” (Jason wore far less clothing for his time at the Chiefs game.)

Other users chimed in with their owns takes on Travis’ colorful look. “I knew there was something about his outfit that made it supremely appealing. It’s cheesecake,” wrote one.

“Match made in heaven,” agreed another user, who was joined by a third that wrote, “This is incredible!! 10 out of 10!!! no notes.”

Taylor Swift fans also drew a connection between Travis’ clothing choice ahead of the game and the look that the singer sported in her music video for “Anti-Hero.”

The outfit in question, visible from the 1:19 to 1:52 mark of the video, sees Swift dressed in a striped collared shirt and yellow pants, a similar aesthetic to her boyfriend’s pregame garms.

Jokes surrounding his outfit choice aside, Travis and the Chiefs defeated the Bills 27-24 on Sunday.