From bricks to brights, washes of vermillion are emerging as one of spring's biggest men's shoe trends.
We like to think local designers, Megan Papay and Cristina Palomo, launched Freda Salvador specifically with the SF customer in mind. The luxe shoe line, which officially launched last fall, focuses only on flats and boots -- ideal for walking hills and riding bikes around SF.
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.
Derek Fagerstrom and Lauren Smith, have decided to close up their quirky and beloved Mission design mecca, The Curiosity Shoppe. They've stated it's not for financial reasons, but rather, that's it's just time to move on and embrace other creative endeavors (Pop-Up Magazine, for one).
With a city (and then some) who will miss them dearly, plus a major Target collaboration under their belts, we'd say they have a lot to be proud of as they close up the 'Shoppe.
Add a little va-va-voom to your February 14th with some oh-so steamy lingerie. Here are a few of our favorites.
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).
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