05 October 2007

May-jah Friday (i.e., Poshin' up Casual Friday)

If I had a sugar daddy...

Box-fit jacket by Alberta Ferretti ($1,340 at net-a-porter.com)
Cowl-neck top by Rachel Mara ($231 at activeendeavors.com)
Bella straight-leg jean by People’s Liberation ($207 at shopbop.com)
Restyled D-bag media by Tod’s ($1,550 at eluxury.com)
Eventa Mary Jane by Christian Louboutin ($645 at saks.com)

Since I don't (yet)

Cropped knit jacket by Collection 18 ($54 at southmoonunder.com) Shine short-sleeve turtleneck by Michael Stars ($48 at urbanminx.com)
Kharma jean by Loomstate ($132 at revolveclothing.com)
Perforated foldover bag by Deux Lux ($68 at urbanoutfitters.com)Cone-heel t-strap (£55 at topshop.com)

14 comments:

jessica said...

I don't think I've ever seen such low heels on ASJiNE!

Anonymous said...

Both pairs of jeans are great. not too skinny but still very straight up and down. wish I had them this morning :(

Anonymous said...

Johanna,

This has nothing to do with this post, but could you tell me what kind of dog you have in Montesquieu? He looks like a Jack Russell Terrier, but I could be wrong. He's just too cute!

Thanks!

Johanna said...

Anonymous 9:17-

Yes he's a JRT! And the cutest one in all of DC, too!

best,
J

Noelle said...

I absolutely love this outfit, but it's totally not appropriate for the unseasonably warm spell we've been experiencing in the District. It's going to be 85 today! 90 tomorrow! Unfortunately, I don't think I can break out my cute new fall coat just yet :-)

K said...

I think that top outfit is my favorite may-jah yet. Thank god each piece is so expensive, otherwise I'd be online shopping like whoa. Right now, that all just looks very, very pretty and imaginary.

N said...

Love that Rachel Mara top. Another example of when money really does matter.

manhattan_darling said...

Love the Rachel Mara as well. And it's so true, for the most part, money really does buy better, more unique design.

etcetera said...

mmm that creamy cowl neck top on the sugardaddy version. yummmm

Anonymous said...

Sweetie, you need a serious vacation or some better undereye concealer. Seriously, you look 35 years old in the new picture. Pretty but tired.

Johanna said...

Anonymous 12:16-

Yeah, I know. And believe me, of all the dozens of shots I took, *that* was the least tired-looking of the bunch. What can I say, I don't sleep much and it shows. A lot, apparently.

And since I honestly believe most women are more beautiful in their mid-30s than they were in their late 20s, I'll take your observation as a veiled compliment ;-)

best,
J

p.s. I agree with all y'all on the Rachel Mara top. I'm in love with it, too.

Anonymous said...

I think you look like Mike Meyers in the Dieter skits from SNL.

K said...

androgyny is the new black

m street admirer said...

Just saw you outside Daily Grill on M St. and girl, you are truly gorgeous. Didn't notice the tired eyes one bit. Gorgeous dress, gorgeous (tall!) shoes, and though I'm not a short hair kind of guy, one gorgeous short hair cut. Next time I see you, I'm going to work up the nerve to actually say hi to you like that other guy did ;-)