SF Street Style: Bold, Vintage Accessories at the SF International Film Fest

SF Street Style: Bold, Vintage Accessories at the SF International Film Fest


Kyla Westphal lives in the Mission, does green power marketing for 3Degrees, and can't get enough vintage. We caught her at the SF International Film Festival, waiting in line to see Circumstance, at the Kabuki Theater. Her bold scarf and gold-flaked cork wedges stood out in the crowd.

What she's wearing:  Sunglasses from Target, gray jacket from Community Thrift in the Mission, red wool scarf from JCrew, vintage bag and cork wedges from a Prototype in Austin. 


7 Style Questions for Kyla

1. What's the best thing about San Francisco fashion?

How eclectic it is.

2. What are your favorite local shops?

RAG Co-op Gallery in Hayes Valley and BellJar.

3. Who do you trust with your lovely locks?

The Chop Shop.

4. Where are you eating right now?

A new favorite is Mr. Pollo. I also really like Bar Jules.

5. What trends are you digging right now?

I really like all of the vintage throw backs and the play with different patterns. 

6. Who influences your style?

My mom, because I wear all of her vintage stuff!

7. What's your biggest style no-no? 

Hammer pants -- hell no!


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 an editor at SF Station, works as a freelance stylist and covers food, fashion and fun on her blog, Curated SF.

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