The singer usually dresses up in really baggy, shapeless sets and she’s totally made that her own style and fashion to the point that the two are pretty much synonymous! However, that’s not to say Billie Eilish can’t also rock styles that are of the completely opposite aesthetic and that’s exactly what she did for her British Vogue cover photoshoot!
Instead of baggy clothes, Billie looked absolutely stunning when she put on several corsets, giving off very elegant and sexy old Hollywood vibes.
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It really feels like it’s a new era for the 19 year old, be it for her style or music, and she opened up about this and more during her interview for the magazine.
Billie also explained what made her want to try out this style.
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‘I feel more like a woman, somehow,’ she mentioned, referring to seeing herself with honey blonde hair and in corsets.
But while she absolutely loves this look, Billie could not help but assume that there’s going to be a lot of criticism coming her way, mostly because she is a supporter of body positivity and corsets usually give the body a slimmer look.
Still, she’s not wasting much time worrying about that since she does whatever she wants regardless of what others think.
‘My thing is, I can do whatever I want. It is all about what makes you feel good. If you want to get surgery, get surgery. If you just want to wear a dress that someone thinks you look too big wearing, just f**k it – if you feel like you look good, you really look good.’
Billie also thinks her message in her new music, about men taking advantage of young girls under the age of consent, will also be mocked and not taken seriously enough just because of her sexy outfits in the shoot.
‘Suddenly you are a hypocrite if you want to show your skin, and you are easy and a slut and a whore. Showing your body and showing your skin – or not – should not take any respect away from you,’ she explained her point of view, in part.