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Goodwill Fashion Expert—Bjorn Nasett

Bjorn Nasett - Goodwill Fashion ExpertBe sure to read Bjorn's weekly column for great advice. If you have specific questions send him an email at askbjorn@goodwillsew.com.

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Ringing in New Year’s Style

Posted by Jamie Klinger-Krebs on Dec 29, 2015 12:07:14 PM

Ringing in New Year’s StyleWhere does style come from? Is it studied, or is it something we’re born with? I think the answer is BOTH. Getting inspired and excited about design is within the realm of everyone whether they think they’re stylish or not. Appreciating great fashion design and ideas doesn’t necessarily mean you want to wear them. It simply means you have an interest in incorporating new thoughts on color, shape, and texture into your own wardrobe. There is no better place to find inspiration than New York Fashion Week. In the slideshow below you’ll find examples of forward thinking from one of my favorite designers, Son Jung Wan. You can find out more about this Korean-born designer in her bio. Her clothing tells a story about design. Illustrated in vibrant hues, draping, and unconventional approaches to traditional garments, her men’s and women’s looks are playful and striking.  Just take a look at the slideshow, I’m sure you’ll be moved to add some spice to your New Year’s closet!

TRENDS:

  • Shades of purple and fuchsia
  • Teal
  • Pale sea foam green
  • Orange
  • Shimmering gold
  • Large-scale windowpane plaid
  • Cool metallic silver
  • Highly-detailed draping
  • Fabric and texture mixing

When it comes to restyling your look, always start with an evaluation of what you currently own and what would complement them. That way you can shop our stores to fill in the blanks so-to-speak with clothing that can emulate looks you may have seen here! Ringing in the New Year by gathering up donations of gently-used items to take to your local Goodwill is a great way to start with a clean slate and support the Goodwill mission at the same time.

Topics: New York Fashion Week, Bjorn Nasett, winter fashion, Fashion Expert Bjorn, Goodwill fashion expert Bjorn Nasett, New Year's fashion, Son Jung Wan

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