Where to shop 'til you drop this week.
While yoga pants may seem like the answer (with turducken or tofurkey on your mind), we suggest going with something slightly more elegant this Thanksgiving. Whether you're feasting with family or friends, dress up for dinner with one of our picks from the local e-boutique, Fancy French Cologne.
We called upon Old Navy visual stylist and Guam native, Robert Shabazz, to cook up some stylish Halloween looks. From a dapper, dancing Sammy Davis Jr. (above) to a iPad-reading, shoe-tying modern Mr. Rogers, here's what he came up with.
Gear up for your fall adventures with locally-designed, high-performance equipment from Triple Aught Design.
Headquartered in the Dogpatch (right next to Serpentine), TAD was founded in 1997, by Patrick Ma, a modern explorer on a mission to create stylish, hyper-functional adventure gear for himself and other modern explorers.
D-Structure is...one part apparel shop, one part art gallery, and one part intimate venue for cool local events -- and now add ecommerce destination to that heckuva cocktail recipe.
The Lower Haight multi-purpose space (that also goes by DSF) launched a new e-store last week with their staple selection of men's t-shirts, plus a big new focus on womenswear. Here are our women's picks for the Indian summer (fingers crossed) ahead.
The two-year-old fashion favorite, Chloe Rose, is now playing with the big girls - online. The Cow Hollow boutique recently lauched their first eCommerce (and more!) site, featuring clothing, shoes and accessoriesfrom brands like Cynthia Steffe (#2, #4), Parker (#6), and Aryn K.
The site also features owner, Marissa Olson's hot picks of the season, a blog to boot (featuring tons of local photoshoots & new merch), and of course, some mad pinspiration (Be ready for some serious repinning.). For now, we'll focus on the clothing - here are our favorite pieces from the new online collection.
Bulo, meaning "trendy, cool and new" in Italian, believes that high-quality shoes should always go foot-in-foot with high-comfort. Their collection features a broad range -- designed and made in America, hand-made in Portugal, and eco-friendly -- all of which have two truths in common: supreme quality and comfort.
From cut-out hand-made summer boots (#1, #3) to suede ballet flats (#6), here are our favorites from their current collection.
When Dish Boutique relocated from Berkeley to Hayes Valley, it was one of the early, bound-for-hipdome shops that helped establish Hayes as the shopping hub it is today. Dish continues to feed fashion-frenzied SF shoppers with an artfully curated selection and mindful personal service.
The online store launched last December and, while it's certainly still growing -- from Yosh (#3) local fragrances, to super sale Loeffler Randalls (#5, #7) -- we found a lot to love. In no particular order, here are our favorites.