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


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...


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

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!