San Francisco Style


The weather is San Francisco is oh-so unpredictable. One day it is sunny, the next is foggy + according to meteorologist the ‘Perfect Storm’ is hitting the Bay Area today.

So I took these pictures yesterday + let me tell you, this outfit will not be on repeat today!

With all the unpredictable weather in mind, I always like to style a look that is weather + hill friendly.  A weather friendly look must include layers + a hill friendly look must include a pair of flats for the good old ‘San Francisco Switch’ (when you take off your flats 5 ft. before you enter an event + put on your heels).



IMG_7939I obsessed over this skirt for a solid two weeks. My shopping budget is not what it used to be…so after a couple of Poshmark sales, the seal of approval from Cara + a trip to the Anthropologie in Berkeley (with an extra 30% off sale)- it was finally mine!

Do you obsess + stew over fashion the way I do?





What I Wore:

Top: Uniqlo (c/0), Heattech Crew Neck Long-Sleeve T-Shirt

Jacket: H&M (old). Shop new here + here.

Skirt: Cecilia Prado via Anthropologie, Glinted Sweater Skirt (sold out). Shop the maxi version here.

Belt: Gap (very, very old). Shop similar obi belts here + here.

Shoes: Shoe Cult, Highway Pump (only available in black)

Sunglasses: Karen Walker, Betsy

Bag: RED Valentino, Bow Clutch. Love this season’s version here.

Lips: MAC, Fresh Brew


  1. Say what?! This is quite possibly one of my favorite looks on you! Stunning, my dear. I would save up for the skirt too!

    xo Carlina

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