No one does high-waisted bikinis better than Taylor Swift! Fans pay attention when the singer wears a swimsuit even though she rarely does so.
The “Look What You Made Me Do” singer has avoided discussing her body image during her time in the spotlight. She has, however, opened up about overcoming obstacles as an adult in the public eye.
Regarding her Netflix Miss Americana documentary, Taylor said to Variety in January 2022, “I didn’t know if I was going to feel comfortable talking about body image and talking about the stuff I’ve gone through in terms of how unhealthy that’s been for me — my relationship with food and all that over the years.”
“However, the story really makes sense in the way that Lana [Wilson, the film’s director] tells it. There are so many people who could discuss this subject better than I could, so I’m not as articulate about it as I should be.
But I can only speak from my own experience. And I approached food with the same psychology I did everything else in my life: If I got a pat on the back, I took that as a good sign. I considered punishment to be bad if I received it.
The singer has also provided her fans with inspirational sayings about growing up over the years. In March 2019, Taylor shared some lessons she had learned before turning 30 when she appeared on the cover of Elle magazine.
The Midnights musician said at the time that while social media can be wonderful, it can also overwhelm your brain with images of what you aren’t, how you’re failing, or who is in a cooler location than you at any given time.
Turning off comments is one thing I do to lessen this strange insecurity laser beam. Yes, I don’t allow comments on my posts. In this way, I can update my friends and followers on my life while also training my brain to stop needing external approval for how I look.
She urged readers to remember to enjoy themselves, particularly when dressing up.
Regarding her time with bleach blonde hair, Taylor gushed, “Fashion is all about playful experimentation.” “You’re doing it wrong if you don’t cringe when you look back at photos of some of your previous appearances. Bleachella, to wit.