14 September 2007

May-juh Friday

If I had a sugar daddy...

Feather seamed jacket by Thakoon ($1,095 at eluxury.com)
Leather Bayswater bag by Mulberry ($995 at net-a-porter.com)
Cutout yoke blouse by Catherine Malandrino ($345 at saks.com)
Max C pant by Theory ($245 at shopbop.com)
Peggy flats by Kate Spade ($230 at katespade.com)

Since I don't (yet)

Brocade jacket by Kimchi & Blue ($78 at urbanoutfitters.com)
North/South satchel by Perlina ($153.95 at zappos.com)
Tie-back ruffle blouse by Sunner ($92 at pinkmascara.com)
Classic wool pants by GAP ($59.50 at gap.com)
Lolla flats by Gabriella Rocha ($59.95 at zappos.com)

*please forgive me for the slower pace of my postings as of late -- as the MCM draws closer (and my evening/morning runs get longer), my tired body selfishly requires more shut-eye.


Anonymous said...

What is MCM?

Johanna said...

Oops, sorry about that. MCM is in reference to the Marine Corps Marathon coming up on October 28th.

Anonymous said...

the "since I don't (yet)" red flats are just what I've been looking for! and so cheap! I love payday Fridays!

Anonymous said...

wow, a marathon too??? and here I thought you'd just gotten a boyfriend ;-) (breathing huge sigh of relief)

dara said...

Mulberry makes such beautiful things.

jessica said...

just to let you know...I ordered those Max Studio boots the day you posted them earlier this week. They should be on my doorstep when I get home tonight. Happy happy Friday!!!

Anonymous said...

Revealing my ignorance here: What the heck does the "may-juh" mean/refer to? I assume it's "major" in some sort of accent? I don't get it.

Johanna said...

anonymous 3:42-

if you click on the label and look back to the first "may-juh Friday," you'll see it's my take on casual Friday in both a higher and lower price point.

your confusion may convince me to put a disclaimer in there each week so new readers aren't left scratching their heads. Thanks for speaking up!


Candid Cool said...

Club Monaco makes Bayswater-esque bags, however, they are more sized as overnight bags, they're Huuuge