Street Style Report: A High-low Top + Geometric Bag, at SFMOMA
With a constant flow of posh tourists and art-savvy locals, SFMOMA is always a hot spot for great fashion in San Francisco. Last weekend, while checking out the new, kitschy-cool Cindy Sherman exhibit, local girl, Kristin Evans caught our eye. Kristin's job is as hardcore as her sense of style -- she works as a probation officer in Sacramento, and plays in SF on the weekends.
What she's wearing: High-low tank and black skinny jeans from Krazy Mary's in Sacramento; Bag from Cuffs; Frye vintage leather boots, purchased from a vendor at the Treasure Island Flea Market; Lighthouse necklace, purchased from East Brother Light Station Bed and Breakfast; Dagger necklace from Pretty Pretty Collective; Burberry Sunglasses.
We love how she's working the high-low trend (what Kristin calls her "mullet tank"), and pulling the look together with fun details like a polka-dot bra, tortoise sunglasses, and a triangle-shaped wood handle bag – love!
"I got this lighthouse necklace last weekend at a hidden gem B&B - East Brother Light Station," said Kristin. "The feather tattoo is pinned to my shoulder as a promise to myself that I will find my wings."
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 on the creative team at Pottery Barn, and also works as a freelance stylist and apparel designer.
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