Johnny Was Edit
There are very few designer pieces that scream confidence as much as a Johnny Was piece does. Not only are the boho silhouettes flattering on all body types, but the loud prints and colors turn heads no matter the occasion.
Although the exciting prints and colors seem intimidating at first, Johnny Was pieces can be styled in many ways to express your style.
The extravagant embroidery offers a perfect crossover between modern and vintage. The feminine fabrics are flowy and dainty, making these pieces ideal for spring.
And a little fun fact: the name Johnny Was is inspired by a Bob Marley song from the 80’s! I mean, could you ask for a cooler brand?
As the warm weather approaches, Spirited wants to encourage our lovely ladies to step outside of your comfort zone. There is no better time for a complete style overhaul than Springtime. And Johnny Was can help spice up your wardrobe in ways you never thought possible!
The Ikat button down blouse is such an interesting piece! The sheer, burnout fabric coupled with the velvet retro-style pattern can be worn as a blouse or open as a layering piece. We would pair this with some major bell-bottoms, over top a fitted tank. If bell bottoms aren’t your thing, some skinny jeans with this top buttoned up would go perfect together!
The Reversible Lorraine Kimono is layered over a the Sweet Escape Cascade Cardi by Paparazzi which has just the right amount of moody grey and bright pops of red and orange. The floral pattern is striking against the stormy fabric.
Pictured on Haley and Genoa are in the Reversible Lorraine Kimono and the Cameron Kimono. Both kimonos offer varying lengths and tones that can be styled with virtually any outfit.
As you can see, Johnny Was takes inspiration from new, old, retro, vintage, modern and always puts a unique twist on every curated dress, top, kimono or pant.
How would you style your favorite Johnny Was piece?
Obsessed with Johnny Was! I love the bright colors and fun patterns. A must have for spring.