Billie may be seen in a range of corset-themed ensembles in the images, which were taken by Craig McDean. One picture shows her kneeling on a pink carpet in a shimmering gold custom Alexander McQueen corset dress and sandals, replete with latex stockings and gloves by Atsuko Kudo. Also lovely is Billie’s custom-made black sheer corset and catsuit by Mugler, which has a few strategically placed cutouts.
There will be a reaction to Billie’s pictures for sure, as her former outfit consisted of of baggy bottoms and tees and hoodies. If there’s one thing that Billie has consistently stated, it’s that she believes individuals should wear whatever makes them feel most secure and comfortable in the moment. A sweatshirt one day may be replaced by an undergarment the next; why not?
She said, “It’s all about what makes you happy.” Surgery is an option if you desire it. ‘F**k it’ if you want to wear a dress that people think you look fat in — if you look good, you look good,’ someone once said.
Billie’s body and fashion choices have definitely been the subject of much debate, but the singer has made it clear that she has no desire to participate in any of it. This is just going to get worse as more of the internet and the rest of the world take an interest in someone who is doing something they’re not used to and elevate it to such a pedestal.
Billie New Style
Billie’s new style is all about pride and self-confidence for her. A woman scolded her for wanting to reveal her skin. “Suddenly you’re a hypocrite,” she remarked. “If I’m right, then I’m quite happy. Myself and the other gals are sluts, y’know? Let’s make a change and take control of our own destiny. Respect for yourself should not be diminished as a result of how you choose to present your body and your skin.
Billie Discussed Fashion
Additionally, Billie discussed fashion and her artistic development ahead of her upcoming sophomore album, Happier Than Ever, which will be released on July 30th. The most important thing for Billie is to honour who she is right now, rather than to worry about who she was or may become in the future.
“People are continually asking, ‘How do you think your younger self would feel about you now?'” Even so, I think it’s a good idea to think about this in some circumstances, but I also believe that you shouldn’t try to be a person that your past self would have liked, or a person that your future self will be. If you don’t express yourself in the way you feel and want to express yourself, you’ll go nuts.”