“The army pants weren’t even cool army pants – they weren’t in fashion or anything. My intention in wearing that was so that you couldn’t see my silhouette, because I didn’t want anyone to see. But it ended up that there was a power in that because it was like [seen as] androgyny cool.But it really came from a place of ‘thank god I don’t have to wear a dress!'”
– Singer Natalie Imbruglia, on being “so body dysmorphic and insecure” at the time of the Torn video shoot, hence her choice to wear a baggy sweater and army pants. The video has since gone on to have over 25 million views.