But if you want to see what I wear with pink hair, keep scrolling…
My problem isn’t with how hot this new hair color is.. it’s actually what to wear with it!
I thought with colored hair being so trendy right now that I’d find a plethora of info but was left with endless pages of girls wearing pink clothes with normal colored hair. Thanks for nothin’, internet.
Currently I feel confident rocking loads of pink and having black clothes around for back-ups. But because pink is seen as a spring color in fashion influencers mind, I had to rewrite a few rules to make it work for autumn.
Bright pieces, like this teal skirt, were a fun way to reflect the beautiful leaves changing colors outside. And of course I was naturally drawn to this pastel, vintage top with it’s excellent ’80s vibes.
Since I’m in the spirit of taking risks, I completed my outfit with this great Pepto pink moto jacket and a statement necklace I snagged on clearance from Wal-Mart.
Overall, I’m pretty glad my hair accidentally turned pink because it’s a risk I would never have taken on my own and it may just lend itself to a pretty awesome costume like Jem of Jem and the Holograms fame.
P.S. If you’re still in search of a Halloween costume, head over to the Shaped By Style blog for inspiration of awesome DIY costumes!
Pink jacket – paid with gift card (online consignment store)
Pastel top – $1 (thrifted)
Skirt – $1 (thrifted)
Silver flats – $2 (thrifted)
Necklace – $2 (Wal-Mart)
Lipstick – Fuschia by YSL (received free for testing purposes by influenster.com)