Sunday night music festival festivities are not conducive to Monday feats of motivational magic, especially when it is raining. In other news…
Leather cuffs and hand-printed leather belts in Project TransAction’s etsy shop are now 20 to 30 percent off through Oct. 22.
SFist’s Bag Lady goes to Shotwell.
Acrimony has a new home in Hayes Valley.
AliceandIsa is offering two noteworthy perks right now. Through the end of October, shop this San Francisco-based online retailer devoted to local designers, and you’ll receive $10 in “holiday credit” for every $100 you spend. From Nov. 27-30 (i.e. the days between Black Friday and Cyber Monday), you can redeem the credit towards purchases on the site – just in time for holiday gift-buying. Also, through Dec. 15, for every pair of Jennifer Tuton Fleur de Lys earrings sold, AliceandIsa will donate 10 percent to San Francisco-based non-profit FortheBayou.org in support of its efforts to save wetlands surrounding New Orleans.
In need of a new fall workout routine? We hear that The Dailey Method is now offering a $199-per-month promotional rate for unlimited classes good at its locations in Cow Hollow, Rincon Center, Corte Madera and Burlingame when you make a six-month commitment.
The Brooklyn Circus is turning heads this week with its newly-arrived supply of vintage deadstock eyewear.
Bay Area-based online retailer and indie fashion devotee Moxsie recently added an Eco Shop to its ever-growing site. In it, you’ll find eco-minded apparel and accessories by independent labels such as Alchemy Goods, fiftyseven-thirtythree, Ach Ach Liebling and Sust.
Anica has new vintage in stock.
Bell Jar has new wearables by Eskell.
Nasty Gal is stoking our envy with its recently-arrived velvet power-shoulder blazer.
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