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Goodwill Fashion Expert—Bjorn Nasett

Wisconsin farm boy, Bjorn Nasett has a career that spans 30 years. He enjoys being a writer, wardrobe stylist, vintage and resale clothing expert, hair stylist, makeup artist and photographer! In his spare time he adopts senior dogs and strongly believes in pet adoption. Check out his website www.fashionfarmboy.com!

If you have specific questions send him an email at askbjorn@goodwillsew.com.

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Posted by Bjorn Nasett on Feb 5, 2020 9:32:52 AM

Daytime to Date-Time!

Going to go out to dinner or a movie with your significant other right after work? You want to feel special, but don’t have time to run home and primp? Take my advice, and all you’ll need to do is three simple things to go from work to WOW in just a few minutes.

Posted by Bjorn Nasett on Feb 8, 2017 3:19:25 PM

Seeing Red

 

Red can vary in hue from orange-red to violet-red, and for each hue there’s a wide variety of shades and tints ranging from very light pink to dark burgundy with names like scarlet, cardinal, vermillion, crimson, and ruby. In China, India and many other Asian countries red is the color that portrays happiness and good fortune.

Posted by Jamie Klinger-Krebs on Feb 5, 2014 2:38:00 PM

Red Hot Fashion!

Red, rouge, crimson, scarlet, ruby, burgundy, cherry, and strawberry are all commonly linked shades of this world-class color. Red is universally associated with many emotions like danger, passion, anger and beauty. It is also a symbol of happiness in China and many other cultures around the world. In America we relate this tone to Christmas and of course Valentine’s Day. But, no matter what it reminds you of, or what shade it is, red is always red-hot when it comes to fashion. When people talk about rolling out the red carpet they’re actually calling attention to the fact that it is traditionally used to show respect and dignity to heads of state when they attend ceremonial or formal occasions. Nowadays however, most of us think of celebrities and VIPs posing for pictures in their fancy designer clothing as they attend movie premieres, award shows, or promotional events.  

Red is a universally flattering shade. There I’ve said it. Recently actress Lupita Nyong’o was the epitome of glamour as she walked the red carpet in a fresh off the runway bright red Ralph Lauren gown. I know that not everyone is a movie star, and that some folks think they can’t wear red, but I beg to differ. It’s all about how you use this classic, and in February especially, romantic coloration.