Charley, our grade school age model, shows us that some girls really like to glam it up! Sophisticated tones of black, gray and pink in an amusing pattern on this tunic dress from Haven Girl, was just the beginning for this pint size fashionista. From that auspicious start we brought out the black velvet jacket from Cherokee, that adds both warmth and a little edge to our very stylish little girl. While we were doing the photo shoot Charley insisted on helping us with accessories, so she slipped on a silver ring, faux turquoise and silver earrings, and a long silver necklace that made her feel less drab and a lot more fab! Utilizing her favorite go-to leggings in black (for girls her age, you just can’t have too many pairs of leggings!) and her own sparkly silver flats, this little dynamo shows us that over the top can sometimes work perfectly! She naturally has a great eye! Goodwill is a wonderful place to allow your kids to explore the world of fashion, with a price tag that any parent can definitely get behind. Charley really rocks this look with ease and confidence!
The models you see in this blog are actual Goodwill shoppers who donated their time to participate in our annual Amazing Looks photo shoot. All clothing was selected from our very own Goodwill Store & Donation Centers and styled by Goodwill Fashion Expert, Bjorn Nasett. Hair and makeup was provided by Kitty Tierney of Impressions and all photography was created by Jessica Kaminski of Refinery Milwaukee.
All images for Goodwill's Amazing Looks prior to 2019 were supplied by John Grant Photography.
This month model Devion shows us the perfect way to come across cool during the unpredictable weather we have during the end of summer and beginning of fall. Layered looks are always a great bet for casual occasions as well as weekend explorations. Starting with his own favorite gray pants to work off of we added in a vintage look Couch Potato graphic print t-shirt in a light green to kick up the color a notch. Over that great start, we layered on a short-sleeved button down plaid shirt in a complementary (but not matching to the tee) pattern of blue, brown, black and white to give a nice contrast to the other rather plain pieces. Always make an outfit more interesting by following my rule of “complementary not matching.” Your eye will tell you if you’ve hit the mark or not! Keeping it all grounded are these two-tone deck shoes by Faded Glory, which add a stylish fashion forward touch to this fun and playful everyday look.