Taylor Swift flaunted her gorgeous looks for InStyle's November issue.
The blond beauty gave a killer smize on the mag's cover while rocking a pair of leather pants and embellished top, but it doesn't even come close to the multiple smoldering shots from her photo spread inside the mag. And along with getting her model on for the camera, T.Swift talked about a variety of things including marriage and whether or not she'll be a parent someday (not that she needs to worry about any of that right now).
"I don't know if I'll have kids," she tells the magazine. "It's impossible not to picture certain scenarios and how you would try to convince them that they have a normal life when, inevitably, there will be strange men pointing giant cameras at them from the time they are babies."
As for tying the knot, the 24-year-old says, "I'm too young to get married. Not agewise, but I know myself, so why try to meet someone right now when I know I'm too young to do something serious?"
For now, the singer is just focused on her work and spending time with her famous girlfriends. She tells People's 40th anniversary issue, her "group of friends," which includes Lena Dunham, Lorde, Selena Gomez and Jaime King (just to name a few), "are the most important thing to me right now."
"They are so fun and know me and like me for who I actually am," she says. "It's really wonderful to have someone like Lena Dunham in my life. We have the same responsibility and the same pressure that's on you when you write every single word you end up performing."
She adds, "The last couple of years have been about defining life on my own terms. Being on my own, prioritizing my girlfriends, my family and my music above everything else and trying things I never thought I'd try. It's a really liberating and freeing time."
Taylor continues to say that if she decides to get back into the dating game, it's going to take someone extra special.
"It would take an astonishing human for me to even consider getting back into a relationship. It would take something really, really, really, really different—a kind of a one-in-a-million person for me to face all that. I don't have any kid of idea who I'd want to be with, because I don't have any pieces missing from my life right now. I'm not looking for anything to complete. I think that's a nice place to be."
Swift's InStyle issue hits newsstands Oct. 17.