Johnny Was | Women’s Clothing Store

  4.3 – 11 reviews   • Clothing store

Step into Westfield Valley Fair, commonly known as Valley Fair, an upscale shopping mall in San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley. An easy drive from neighboring Santa Clara, this part of the Bay Area is surrounded by rolling hills but still has a bustling downtown. Inspired by our travels, artisan-techniques and cultural handicrafts, Johnny Was is a California brand, designing clothing for the woman with a bohemian spirit. Detailed embroidery, relaxed silhouettes and effortless dresses and separates, as well as a curated collection of accessories and gifts. Step into the beautiful world of Johnny Was. Stop by and see us today!

Located In: Westfield Valley Fair

Service Options:  In-store shopping · In-store pickup



Address and Contact Information

Address: 2855 Stevens Creek Blvd Suite 1033, Santa Clara, CA 95050
Phone: (408) 247-6400

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Review Summary

Linda Chou
Very pretty clothes, but pricy!
Gary S
With very poor fabric quality and pathetic colors.
Lilian De Mattos
I’m addicting to Johnny was! expensive but loved.
Gary S
Overpriced store for ridiculously pathetic clothes. All the three ladies working there are advertising about their store items by wearing them. But still they can’t convince any one to buy them. Everything looks too old, and shoddy. With very poor fabric quality and pathetic colors. They have two roll on perfume oils kept near to their cash register for sale. Named after Indian goddesses Lakshmi & Parvati. But ironically none of it is good. Both seem to have a incense stick fragrance rather than of a perfume.
Linda Chou
Very pretty clothes, but pricy!
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