This is the sad reason why Billie Eilish stopped wearing dresses

This is the sad reason why Billie Eilish stopped wearing dresses

Billie Eilish.

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Since the beginning of his career, Billie eilish decided that the main focus would be his talent and not his image; for this reason, the young woman always chose wide and baggy clothes for her public appearances, something that made her stand out from the rest.

However, in the interview she conducted for a well-known medium, the “Bad guy” interpreter revealed that things were not always like this. most of her life she preferred dresses and corsets before style tomboy that characterizes it today.

Recall that several weeks ago, Billie Eilish starred on the cover of Vogue magazine with nothing more and nothing less than a corset, something left her followers with their mouths open. And it was right there where the singer indicated what was the reason why she put aside this type of garment to give way to the style that has made her stand out from the rest of the pop stars.

Eilish confessed that it was thanks to the insecurities she developed as her fame increased that she decided to wear androgynous clothes: “Ampon dresses were my favorite thing in the world when I was a child. He had a lot. I wore dresses every day. It was my body image problems that ended all that. Why do you think I have been dressing as I have dressed for the last few years?

Despite these statements, everything seems to indicate that Billie has decided to leave those insecurities behind and send a message of self-love to her followers, since in the most important fashion event of the year, the MET Gala 2021, impressed with an impressive Oscar de la Renta dress that consisted of a plunging neckline and flowy skirt.

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