Shake It Off
right. before. our. faces.
Shake it off - outfits
"…fella over there with the hella good hair…"
I shake it off, I shake it off!
As soon as I heard the line “This. Sick. Beat” for the first time in the song I was a 100% sold and there was no turning back.
But, Kyle, I will end with this: I get it. I’m playing right into Swift’s scheme to be seen as that quirky, fun-loving everygirl. She’s goofy and silly! She loves laughing and love and light! She dances alone in her room and spends Friday nights doing her nails and listening to the Spice Girls! The stars, they’re just like us! But I’m perfectly okay throwing my enthusiasm behind “Shake It Off.” It impels you dance, and hell if I’m going to go against that directive. There are two types of people: people who get a shiny red balloon and want to poke a hole in it, and people who get a shiny red balloon and lose their minds because they’ve just been given a shiny red balloon that, sure, might look similar to other shiny red balloons from memories past, but is still a shiny red balloon in the here and now. And who doesn’t love a damn balloon?
best thing I’ve ever read (via whatamarveloustune13)
“I was listening to a lot of late 80’s pop, because I really loved the chances they were taking I loved how bold they were. So being inspired by that I started delving into the late 80’s - and what I found was that it was apparently a time of limitless potential. And the idea that you can do what you want, be who you want, wear what you want, love what you want - bright colors, bold chances, rebellion. The idea of that was so inspiring to me…but basically in thinking about that, and thinking about how this new album is a bit of a rebirth for me because it’s so now. I’ve never really made these kinds of changes before. And having been born on December 13th, 1989…this album is called 1989.”