Last year, the retro rockabilly mecca, Bettie Page clothing, opened shop in the Haight. A little bird told me the girls there have some serious vintage swagger, so I thought I'd head over and check it out. I found (left to right) Jessica Goss, Liz Ireland, Mindy Gaines, and Hayley Griffin, done up in pin-up. These ladies are lucky enough to call their dress code a job perk.
We caught Juliette Tang on her way to an Easter dinner party in Hayes Valley. Juliette, who does social media for Zoosk.com, mixed the right textures and colors to create this fun Japanese-school-prep-meets-vintage-cheer look. We love!
What she's wearing: American Apparel yellow striped bow, vintage Pendleton cardigan, Lacoste red polo shirt, orange Longchamp bag, American Apparel corduroy skirt, American Apparel striped stockings.
Earth Day officially takes place on Thursday, but the planet-hugging has already begun. Below, six Bay Area destinations for fashion and beauty that are getting into the eco-spirit this week:
Convert: A special Saturday celebration from 2 to 6 p.m. at this eco-minded Berkeley store embraces Earth Day spirit with giveaways from organic denim label Nudie Jeans, organic snacks and wine tastings featuring organic varietals. A portion of the proceeds from the afternoon event’s sales will go toward the Regional Parks Foundation’s projects preserving and improving East Bay trails and shoreline.
From corporate conference rooms to Sunday brunch, denim has evolved into attire appropriate for myriad destinations that would have once frowned on the material’s humble origins. These days, denim can go just about anywhere. But if San Francisco-based Levi’s has its way, there will soon be at least one place where denim is no longer welcome.
Hey pretty young things, you've been workin' day and night. This weekend, don't stop 'til you get enough....