08 June 2007

Treat yourself to some Net-a-Porter. *On-sale* Net-a-Porter, that is.

Those of you who know ASJINE well, know well its affection for all things Net-a-Porter.

But like the double-pane, two-inch thick glass against which I pressed my poor little face earlier this week all along Madison Avenue, the hefty prices in this straight-from-the-runway online store are just as effective - perhaps even more so - as any physical barrier at keeping me apart from my white 3.1 Phillip Lim silk halter dress, my metallic Bottega Veneta box-clutch and my navy patent leather Christian Louboutin Moonbow pumps.

Fortunately for those of us limited by a strict monthly budget, there is a blessed bi-annual tradition over there at Net-a-Porter known as the 'Sale Extravaganza.'

On your behalf, I've assembled the best of the best in the "under-$300" price-point, the majority of which, coincidentally, I've featured in previous posts at full-price.

Get your couture shopping on the responsible way -- the sale way.

Antonio wrapdress by DvF ($192.50 at net-a-porter.com)
Gavi sandal by KORS Michael Kors ($115 at net-a-porter.com)*
Tweed ballet flats by Scoop ($87 at net-a-porter.com)
Tina slim fit jeans by Siwy ($138.60 at net-a-porter.com)
Frayed misfit skinny jeans by Sass & Bide ($117 at net-a-porter.com)
Canning print bikini by DvF ($112 at net-a-porter.com)
Florinda tulip skirt by Malene Birger ($153 at net-a-porter.com)
Lurex draped skirt by Chloe ($112.50 at net-a-porter.com)
Silk organza blouse by Milly ($178.50 at net-a-porter.com)*
Pleated blouse by Vanessa Bruno Athe ($193.20 at net-a-porter.com)
Cropped jacket by Graham & Spencer ($185.50 at net-a-porter.com)Darger tweed jacket by Jovovich-Hawk ($130 at net-a-porter.com)*Cropped sailor-front pants by Marc Jacobs ($168 at net-a-porter.com)
Divine peeptoes by Pedro Garcia ($198 at net-a-porter.com)
Bubble-hem dress by Vera Wang Lavender ($208 at net-a-porter.com)
Draped jersey dress by Tomas Meier ($281.50 at net-a-porter.com)*

*your editrix's top picks

4 comments:

K said...

I bought a DVF dress and some Juicy shorts.

Nordstrom sale, Adasa sale, Figleaves sale... suddenly, my wallet is just as light as ever.

Anonymous said...

are those the sale prices?

Johanna said...

K-

good on you for scooping up an on-sale DvF -- it's the only way I can justify them.

Anonymous-
Yes, those are the sale prices. The original prices are between 40 and 60% higher than those listed here. I know, it's depressing.

Anonymous said...

the purple dress is to die for!