Taylor Swift looks uber-cute in Keds' Bravehearts campaign! Check out the brand's goodies and watch Taylor, Aly, Ashley and Libby share thoughts on living fearlessly, style, and confidence!

Now, here's something for all the brave girls! We discovered this new super-cool collaboration and had to share the news with you gorgeous dolls! Taylor Swift teamed up with Keds' and stars in the brand's Bravehearts campaign sporting some really awesome goodies from their collection. You can watch Taylor, Aly, Ashley and Libby share thoughts on living fearlessly, style, confidence, and more as they answer the question of the week.

"I'm so excited to be partnering with Keds," Taylor explained in a statement. "I've been a fan of Keds for years because they have two of my favorite elements of great style - they're classic and effortless.

Taylor opens up and talks about her bravest moment ever, saying that, “I think the biggest risk that I took in my life was convincing my family to move to Nashville. I grew up in Pennsylvania and when I started singing and playing guitar and writing my own songs it was all I could think about, it was all I could talk about and so I decided I wanted my family to move to Nashville so that I could try this. I think that the fact that they eventually gave in and moved to Nashville and we moved the family across the country, I think that's the bravest thing I've been a part of.”

Taylor Swift for Keds Bravehearts Campaign


The 23-year-old songstress looks adorable in Keds' campaign wearing a cute dress with polka dots and a pair of hip sneakers. At Keds.com, you can now find the complete collection of Keds canvas shoes, including Taylor Swift's limited edition RED Keds. Well, it seems that the red color of the sneakers reminds us of Taylor's new album, Red, released on October 22, 2012.

In an interview with tasteofcountry.com, Taylor reveals the bravest lyrics she wrote for her fourth record. “I think that, for me, kind of the boldest song on the record is a song called ‘I Knew You Were Trouble.’ It’s bold sonically because it sounds like that chaotic feeling of just feeling like you got tricked. And I think that… It talks about that feeling of, not shame on you, you broke my heart — shame on me you broke my heart. I knew. I saw you and saw red flags. So, it’s kind of an emotion I hadn’t dealt with before,” the singer said.

Taylor Swift for Keds Bravehearts Campaign


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