Gwen Stefani, Fashion Magazine

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Gwen Stefani is doing "Hella Good" for herself these days.

The No Doubt singer not only has an incredible family, successful clothing line and a legendary music career to boot, she also has the confidence to know what she wants and doesn't out of her career. Covering the March 2015 issue of FASHION magazine, Stefani opens up about a woman's sexuality and how she won't use it to further her successes...even though she has been aware of it since she was 14!

"We have this sexual side to us that is alluring and powerful. It's a gift. When you discover it when you are around 14, it feels amazing," she explains to the mag. "But you learn it's fleeting. Sexuality is something I've never felt comfortable with."

Her confession might come as a surprise to some, as Gavin Rossdale's wife has graced the world with several risqué outfits over the years, but she confesses that her discomfort with it will always prevent her from doing some jobs that many other stars have already completed. 

"I won't be doing any topless photo shoots anytime soon. It's not my thing," she says. "I don't judge people for it, but I didn't even wear high heels until I was 30."

The 45-year-old The Voice coach adds that it's critical for people to find themselves in a way that doesn't involve being overly sexual.

"It's important to evolve outside of your sexuality to entertain people," she says to the mag. "It was never a card that I played or will play – ever."

Gwen Stefani, Fashion Magazine

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The mom-of-two also dished that in addition to figuring out what works and doesn't work for her she has never once regretted an outfit, no matter how bad it might have been at the time.

"Everything seems to have a reason for looking a certain way," she says. "If you [hand] me an old photo of myself, I can tell you why I'm wearing what I'm wearing...How can anyone regret wearing something? I never do. It reflects who you are at that moment."

While we definitely agree that people wear things that reflect their personalities, there are some outfits that no one can justify.

FASHION hits newsstands Feb. 16. 

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