When in doubt, why not wear all the primary colors in one outfit? Green hair and all!
Necklaces, shoes, and hats are normally accessories that you might use to jazz up your outfit but I’m currently focused on hair color! I said farewell to my faded color and this weekend I freshened up my hair with Phantom Green by Arctic Fox (sold here) and let the new deep shade inspire my look today.
Before I dig into the outfit details, I do want to let you know that I totally approve of the dye by Arctic Fox. The smell brought back memories of eating Charm suckers as a kid, the formula was perfectly smooth & creamy, it’s vegan & cruelty free, and the color is more perfect than I could imagine. Sooo, in case you want to be hair twins with me, Arctic Fox is a solid choice!
After getting inspiration from my hair, I added this vintage head scarf (for shame that I don’t wear it more often, I know) and continued with primary colors throughout the whole look.
My yellow shirt is actually a graphic tee turned backwards (see the front here). I threw a jacket on when I left the house so it wouldn’t look weird to have an owl on my back. Though, I’m sure people would still stare for other, more obvious, reasons…
This navy blue polka dotted skirt seems to only get worn once or twice every summer so it’s something special that I’m wearing it while it’s still technically spring. Has it really been since last July since it’s been worn???
And no outfit is complete without a swipe of red lipstick, and anyone that tells you otherwise is a liar.
I will totally wear this many primary colors more often if they always make me feel and look like a vintage vixen.
How about you? What’s your biggest inspiration when getting dressed these days? Are you also navigating the waters of rainbow colored hair or is something else leading your looks? Let’s chat in the comments!
Thrifted top, skirt, head scarf, and shoes, about $5 total
Flower necklace from – ??
Dollar Store white sunglasses, $1
Forever21 pearl back earrings, $2.80
NYX butter lipstick in BLS15