SF Street Style: Two Cold Weather Looks on Market St.
We spotted partners Liz King (left) and Judith Powell (right), toughing the weather in cute coats and distressed boots, while out for a shop on Market St. Liz works retail development and oversees some of the construction of Apple stores, and Judith is the executive director of The First Tee of SF, a youth development program. When they're not hard at work, the two are busy shopping and eating local, in SF and beyond.
What Liz is wearing: Lauren Moffatt coat purchased from Cake Plate; Citizens for Humanity jeans from Anthropologie; Donna Piu boots purchased from Verve in NYC; Lupo bag from Clutch in Healdsburg; ring purchased from Condessa Hotel in Mexico City.
What Judith is wearing: Lauren Moffatt coat purchased from Anthropologie; Rag & Bone jeans from the Barneys Outlet in Napa; Italien boots from Verve in NYC; Dean leather bag purchased from Bulo in Hayes Valley; Dinosaur Design ring purchased from a boutique in NYC Nolita.
7 Style Questions for Liz & Judith:
1. Where are your favorite local shops?
2. Style icons?
L: Really, I wish I had someone, but I guess certain actresses: Angelina Jolie, Audrey Hepburn and my friend Lori who lives in Chicago.
J: Cliche, but either Hepburn (Katherine and Audrey), Tom Ford anything...Julianne Moore in A Single Man was flawless, I love clean lines and black and white with just a hint of color. Truman Capote's black & white ball and the ascot races scene from My Fair Lady are perfection.
3. How has your personal style changed over the years?
L: I wear more heels now.
J: I stopped trying ot make houndstooth happen and quit purchasing my accessories from Claire's.
4. What's your most prized posession?
L: A Barbara Silverstein ring from Lava 9 that is a wire mesh around a pearl.
J: My dog Leopold.
5. Where do you get pampered?
J: Dana at Green Twig does my hair, nails in Noe Valley, spa/pool at St. Regis, and my best massage was at SFO Terminal 2 -- 15 minutes of total bliss.
6. What's one style secret you're willing to share?
L: Most people know this, but don't wash your hair every day.
J: Edit -- less is more. Champagne makes every party, outfit and conversation better!
7. Other than shopping, where are you eating and playing in SF?
L: Eating, especially boozy lunches, and cooking are my favorite hobbies. Zuni, Boulette's Larder, Mission Cheese, Delfina Pizzeria to go, Tacolicious, Amber India. I love to cook Mexican so I buy more ingredients at La Palma, and Casa Lucas (right near Wonderland!) and Nijiya Market for shishito peppers and fish to make sushi.
J: Eat and drink wine and wistfully look at furniture I cannot afford. My favorite restaurants include Locanda, Commonwealth, Zuni, Mission Chinese. Also, the bar at Joe's of Westlake saves you a trip to Palm Springs, 7 Mile House is the best place to watch a sports event, and Mustards in Napa is still really, really great.
Lily Ko (lily.7x7 @ gmail.com) studied fashion design and merchandising at Central Saint Martins and the Academy of Art University. In addition to writing for 7x7, Lily is an editor at SF Station, works as a freelance stylist and covers food, fashion and fun on her blog, Curated SF.
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