Our tween model Imani is fresh and ready for spring! Spring style doesn’t get any better, or easier, than finding that perfect floral dress. Now, there are a lot of options when it comes to floral prints … subdued, bold, and everything in between. I found her a great cotton corduroy dress from Forever 21 that was $5.99. What a deal, and it’s both somber and bright at the same time! The dark background makes the bright colors of the predominantly red-and-yellow flowers pop in a subtle way since the print is on the small side. With her hair up, I thought why not add some flair with a DIY floral headpiece! Find out how to make it on my blog. With natural beauty and an engaging smile she’s ready for church, a dance or anything! The only thing we needed to add was a pair of cute black flats that our model already had. Who says floral is for old ladies? This young and vibrant gal proves that old adage wrong!
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.
Mister Romain was visiting from France when we photographed these great looks on him. Boys can be just as stylish as the girls (as you can see). Keeping our color scheme monochromatic with shades of orangey-red makes all the difference between just getting dressed, and having real style! We started with that old standby of a great pair of jeans in a gray- stonewash finish from Tony Hawk for $4.99. The cool graphic t-shirt in red was just $2.99 and adds some rock-and-roll to the look. Every guy needs a great hoodie or two right? This one was by Champion and is a heavy-duty cotton that will hold up to a lot of wear, and it was $4.99. Romain himself had some cool black sneakers and that was all we needed to wrap up our cool, fashion-forward middle school guy look!