The singer, 19, five-times Grammy Award winner shared on Instagram awesome pics wearing a baggy neon green sweatshirt and pants to match her iconic dyed hair. Scroll down as we reveal Billie Eilish is planning on changing her look when her Apple documentary "The World's a Little Blurry" is released in February!
We all love Billie Eilish for her unique fashion style and her enthusiasm for the color green. The musician is also an activist fighting against climate change and supports green energy so no wonder she dresses according to her values.
Fans went crazy and posted thousands of supportive comments when she showed her passion for neon outfits in a cool Instagram post.
The singer-songwriter was looking out of this world wearing a head-to-toe acid green ensemble that was super bold because she posed for the snaps in her garden in Los Angeles.
Eilish had on an oversized sweatshirt, which she wore with the hood up, and a pair of retro sunglasses with green frames.
She also wore wrinkled pants with big cargo pockets over her knees and matching bright green snow boots.
We noticed that she recently dyed her green hair roots and black ends to appear on the cover of Vanity Fair looking chic and glamorous in a Marilyn Monroe tribute.
In the interview, the teen superstar also spoke openly about being body-shamed after meteorically rise to fame with the release of her debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” in 2019.
“I thought that I would be the only one dealing with my hatred for my body, but I guess the Internet also hates my body. So that's great.”
Eilish revealed that she started to wear baggy clothes because of Internet trolls. She thought she would be the only one dealing with her body dysmorphia condition but she had to cover herself with oversized outfits.
We agree with Billie the Internet hates women but Instagram's perfect photos are not real.
However, Eilish is a real woman and she also promised that she is planning on changing her hair color when her Apple documentary "The World's a Little Blurry," is released on February 26th, 2021 to mark the end of an era in her music career.