You know what “they” always say, when God gives you lemons, make lemonade. But what if you don’t happen to *like* lemonade? Huh? What then?
In other news…
After his appearance last week at San Francisco’s Paul Smith store in Union Square, Scott Schuman, a.k.a. famed fashion blogger The Sartorialist, posted about the experience and his pick for the best-dressed San Franciscan he encountered during his time in the City.
GAMA-GO is having a costume contest in the SoMa store this weekend. Stop by today or tomorrow in costume for 15 percent off your purchases and a chance to win the $75 gift card, awarded to the best costume.
Made Jewelry is going to extremes with its new collection, aptly dubbed Love + Hate.
We couldn’t resist how (surprisingly) lovable Ghostface Killah looked while signing merch and hanging out with fans during a recent appearance at the Shoebiz Adidas Concept Shop.
SFist’s Bag Lady goes under the seams for its interview with PACT underwear, makers of eco-friendly skivvies.
The Seventh Heart is not afraid to pair black socks and pale legs.
We are digging the fabulosity of the new Epice scarves now in at Metier.
Azalea has the coveted (by some more in a visual way than an I’d actually wear that way, but no matter…) Ksubi tie-dye jeans in limited sizes.
Bare (by UC Berkeley folks) has sealed the fate of several less-than-perfect t-shirts in our drawers this weekend. We’ll be slashing sleeves in no-time with the site’s how-to on D.I.Y. shoulder slashed tees.
We agree with Bell Jar that the shop’s new dresses by Carmalita, sold exclusively at the Mission boutique, are worthy of a twirl on the dance floor.
Lettuce now say that The Finer Dandy never fails to make us chuckle, especially when it comes to enlightening IM chats about salads.
Nooworks has posted some new shop pics to remind you not to be a stranger.
RED Jewelry by Alison Rutherfurd is now 20 percent off (for more about this local designer, check out our previous coverage of her work). Peruse designs on Flickr, then email Alison (at) redforliving (dot) com to order.