Just in at Josef is Anna Sui’s third of three resort collection groups. Included are the embroidered pansies dress, mixed print blouse and geo patchwork top. The pansies dress (left) has wonderful batwing sleeves, while the mixed print blouse (center) has a keyhole back and defined waistband. The geo patchwork blouse (right) has fabric applique creating the geometric design that reminds us of exquisite quilt work. They just arrived yesterday, so be the first to own one of these amazing pieces!
Posts Tagged ‘resort 09’
January 27, 2009
January 19, 2009
Did you get sick this past week? It must have been the weather. There was a sudden change of weather here in the Bay Area. It went from winter cold to spring warm. It’s been quite pleasant, however, everyone around here’s been sick. At the local grocery store the cold & flu medicine aisle was jam packed.
It’s not all bad. We changed our window to feature our resort clothes. We displayed a beautiful paisley print silk sundress from Paul & Joe Sister that has shades of mint greens and baby blues, and we also put out the mint green Grey Ant tinsel mini dress. Let’s hope this gorgeous weather lasts!
December 12, 2008
Isn’t this dress a beyoot? It’s part of Anna Sui’s Resort 09 collection. You might think it’s a little too chilly out there to wear it now, but anything’s possible in the name of fashion. For winter layering is key. Start with black leggings. Then in this order pile on the clothes: short silk slip, black cashmere turtleneck sweater, the dress, warm socks, black motorcycle knee boots, and finally your winter wool coat.
The dress is 100% rayon matte jersey and made in the USA ($425). Available at Josef.
November 30, 2008
In the coming days I’ll be posting better pictures of the newest Anna Sui clothes offered here at the shop. Since opening I’ve steadily been getting new shipments of the remaining holiday season, and resort 09 clothing is slowly creeping in. I’ve also been thinking about painting the back wall of the shop an accent color. So far my choices are kelly green and dark charcoal. I was thinking of a strong yellow like my shop sign, but decided not to go in that direction.
To spruce up the space for the holidays, I’ve been thinking about a holiday display for the front window. I’d love to do jewel tone colors, but will have to see what’s available. Check back soon for a picture of the holiday decorations, aiming to get that done this week.