Dale is tailored and terrific in this fantastic two piece suit. This is a great find at Goodwill for the business-minded individual. When I discovered this suit, I knew we had to feature it because it illustrates exactly what type of stylish looks you can get for so much less than other retailers. This is a classic black-and-white Tahari brand suit that fits Dale like a glove, and it cost only $14.99! The crisp white trim really makes the tailoring stand out. All we added here were some gold-and-white nautical earrings for $1.99 and a gold-and-blue bracelet for $1.99, as well as our model’s own sandals to complete the look! With her upswept hair she’s ready to take on the world with this look (or at least run a business meeting)!
You can always find something amazing when shopping at Goodwill, but if you need a few tips on how to put together the perfect outfit, then you've come to the right place! Each month we highlight two ensembles created by Fashion Expert, Bjorn Nasett using items found at Goodwill. Check out Bjorn's Amazing Looks fashion tips and learn how you can make the most of your new-to-you wardrobe from Goodwill!
The models you see here are actual Goodwill shoppers who were kind enough to donate their time to participate in our annual Amazing Looks Photo Shoot. All were styled by Kitty Tierney of Impressions and photographed by Jessica Kaminski of The Refinery Photo Studio in Milwaukee.
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All images for Goodwill's Amazing Looks prior to 2019 were supplied by John Grant Photography.
Chris is a cool young guy who’s illustrating a monochromatic-layered look for early fall. It always starts with jeans—and these dark blue denim skinnys from Levi’s were just $9.99. We added a blue-knit Merona brand sweater for $4.99, a fashion-forward scarf in a lighter tone of blue for $1.99, and topped it all off with a navy blue cotton blazer from Old Navy for $5.99. Whenever you want to stand out in a fashionable way, going with one tone (monochromatic) is definitely the way to go! Chris is also sporting some great monk strap shoes in rich brown, as well as a vintage Aramis weekender bag that was at our stores for $12.99. Doesn’t he look like he just stepped out of a magazine?