Lighten up with Rothy's fresh flats and a dazzling jewelry pop-up at No.3's new digs.
Oh hey, wedding season: Reformation's ready for you with a bridal trunk show.
Whether you're walking down the aisle, bridesmaid-ing or just a regular-Jane wedding guest, Reformation has a dress for you. From Thursday, March 21st, through Monday, March 25th, the L.A. label's Mission store will be chockfull of frocks and things from its new bridal collection. The pieces exude the brand's signature vintage-sexy aesthetic, and most dresses fall in the $200–$500 range. Several friends are hitching up with the retailer to serve their own bridal-y favors—à la clean makeup touch-ups, healthy manis, sustainable wine and professional alterations. (Thanks, respectively, to Beautycounter, Côte, Helen's Wine, and Hemster. // 11am–7pm Monday to Saturday, noon to 6pm Sunday; 914 Valencia St. (Mission), thereformation.com
No.3 celebrates its relocation with a party…and a brilliant pop-up.
(Courtesy of Anna Sheffield)
We've been smitten with Jenny Chung's teensy Hyde Street jewelry store for years. And, sure, we'll miss the old spot, but we can't wait to check out No. 3's new digs on Polk Street. The grand opening soiree on Friday, March 22nd (5pm to 8pm), offers the perfect opportunity. Helping to christen the space: jewelry designer Anna Sheffield, who will be taking over the shop with a selection of gems, one-of-a-kinds, and ceremonial and everyday pieces from her namesake collection; fresh bling from her Bing Bang Atelier collection will also be on hand. "The original store was the perfect jewel box and a wonderful beginning to our venture with Jenny. I am so thrilled she is moving into the new space, and I look forward to spending time there with her and the team," Sheffield says. Already have plans Friday night? No worries—the pop-up runs through Sunday (noon to 4pm). Please RSVP to the party: email@example.com. // 2354 Polk St. (Russian Hill), shopno3.com
Rev up your closet and save serious dough at a real-deal sample sale on Saturday.
(Courtesy of Future Glory)
Those interested in gobbling up chic AF local goodies—luxe footwear to timeless clothing—get thyself to Bayview on Saturday, March 23rd. From 10am to 3pm, a quintet of up-and-coming Bay Area labels (Bells & Becks, Frances Austen, époque évolution,Kin the Label, and Future Glory) will be selling their wares at FG's factory home. Not only can you score beautiful cashmere sweaters, handcrafted leather bags and shoes, killer hats and more at significant discounts, you'll be able to meet the founders/designers behind the brands. Yep, sounds like an ideal weekend plan to us—plus a post-shopping pitstop at nearby Flora Grubb Gardens. // 2248 Jerrold Ave., suite 7 (Bayview)
Talk about putting a little spring in your step—Rothy's ain't playing.
(Courtesy of Rothy's)
Just days ago, a wave of fresh colors and patterns hit Rothy's website and Fillmore Street brick-and-mortar. Squeals of delight ensued when customers got their
hands feet on the sustainable shoe brand's first-ever ikat-inspired patterns. They come in Moroccan Green, Moroccan Rose (Le Point), Moroccan Blue (The Flat) and Moroccan Amber (The Loafer). Mind you, mimicking the ancient dyeing techniques of these beautiful ikat prints was no easy task for the label, which uses distinctive 3-D knitting technology to make its shoes. Clearly, all the hard work paid off...odds are these boho babies won't last long. Hop on it. Prices range from $125-$165. // 2448 Fillmore St. (Pacific Heights), rothys.com