"I like boy-girl looks. I have no sense of what's fashionable; I just know what I like to wear. I don't believe in something being in and out," the actress tells Jennifer Aniston, her co-star in the upcoming comedy "Just Go With It," in Harper's Bazaar. "I don't like changing with the wind. I like sticking with my own self."
Kidman claims that moving to Nashville, Tenn., with husband Keith Urban and settling down with their daughter, Sunday Rose, in the home of country music hasn't much changed her fashion sense, but she does know how to make a cowboy hat look sexy.
"I sometimes put one on with a bikini, but it's a particular look," Kidman says.
During the interview, Kidman seems to be interviewing Aniston as much as Aniston interviews Kidman. At one point, Kidman, who waxes poetic throughout the piece about her great love for Urban, asks Aniston whether she would want a great love that lasts a lifetime or an extraordinary career.
"I would tell myself to have more fun; enjoy this. There was a lot of unnecessary angst. You may as well enjoy things. You're going to turn 30. Are you going to dread it? No, it's happening. This is awesome!," Aniston says.
As Aniston pines to find that great love, it seems a little braggy when Kidman talks about the love at first sight she experienced meeting Urban.
"I remember thinking, Oh, my God, if you ever gave me a man like that, I promise I would be completely devoted for the rest of my life. Something that wild. I remembered praying after I met him that I'd meet somebody, if not him, like him," Kidman tells Aniston.
To read the whole interview and decide for yourself whether these two are friends or frenemies go to Harper's Bazaar Web site.