Christopher likes to laugh and have fun, so a casual mix of patterns in green tones work perfectly for this time of year. As one of our model contest winners, Christopher had a great time posing for these joyful photos. He’s wearing some brown cotton Levi chinos that were $9.99, and then we layered a green-and-brown striped t-shirt ($3.99) under a green-and-brown plaid short-sleeved button up ($4.99) for a fashion-forward look. Because his personality is outgoing I also added some interesting, futuristic sunglasses in bright green ($.99) that complemented his quest to clown for the camera! Every day can be a celebration if you mix all the ingredients you can find at Goodwill with a cool character like Chris!
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.
Kaitlyn is ready for spring by wearing trends that signal the return of sunshine and warmer weather! Metallic looks don’t have to be futuristic and cold. Here we have a metallic-painted sweater from H&M for $6.99 that keeps the vibe light because the texture feels warm and inviting. The sweater also works perfectly with her Aeropostale jeans that were $4.99. With these two pieces as a base, I went for bright springtime accents like combat boots in a periwinkle blue/green floral pattern ($9.99), a mint green watch ($14.99), a hand-painted wooden bracelet ($2.99), and a leather bracelet in mint green ($4.99) This effortless look is easy to replicate by shopping at any of our well-organized stores and searching for items that lift the lid off of winter and promise the warmth and freshness of the season to come.