Street Style Report
Ever wonder what doctors and pharmacists wear under their lab coats and on weekends? Clearly Oksana Fedorenko, who is a clinical pharmacist, sees her white coat uniform as no excuse for having poor style.
Vito Trevino shows us how he does vintage clothing -- with long, layered sleeves and just a peek of striped socks.
Last weekend we spotted Derrick Prodigalidad in mixed leather, a feather necklace, and with perfectly parted hair.
While shooting around Union Square, we had to stop Vanessa Nguyen and ask about her beautiful leather clutch. It's a one-of-a-kind piece, made by her brother, who hand-burned and -painted the brightly-colored rose onto the tan leather.
Local copywriter and proud momma Katie N. says she starts every day with "a hug, kiss and high-five–always in that order," from her three-year-old boy. She also said she makes sure to take a little time every morning for herself and likes to dress up, mixing vintage favorites with edgy, modern pieces.
We love how her budget-savvy look (see below) pairs chic black-and-white with a bold pant stripe and fun accent wedges.
Last weekend, we spotted Trinh Nguyen, exiting Nopa after a delectable brunch. (She says the Custard French Toast is a must-order.) Trinh works as a structural engineer and says her style is "super corporate," but we beg to differ. We loved her bright, patterned dress, flawless hair, and her unique, yellow-gold and fancy pink diamond engagement ring (pictured below).
We spotted Jeremy Stoner, leaving his office in a casual Friday get up, near downtown. Jeremy works the 9-to-5 life as a creative director in SF, but his real job is being a full-time dad of four (and part-time bicycle builder) in San Leandro.