While we dare anyone to mess with our day of rest and recovery, Stolen Sunday is something we think you’ll appreciate. The new line of scarves and scoodies (that’s a scarf-hoodie combo) is ready to go up against your microclimate-addled style conundrums to keep you warm and happy from the top of Twin Peaks down to the flats of the Treasure Island Music Festival.
If it seems like a perfect-for-SF line, it’s no accident.
“Because Stolen Sunday is based in San Francisco, we are very tuned into what is happening here. We know what San Francisco wants right now, and we are constantly evolving with the City,” designer Jacy Ceccarelli tells us.
So what makes these neck-wrappers ($45-$65) pack so much appeal? Ceccarelli uses organic cotton knit in a Los Angeles mill, then sews each piece in San Francisco. Original style scoodies feature snap closures for a stay-put fit and pockets that can either be used to warm your hands or stow small items. The latest to hit the Stolen Sunday online store, infinity scarves in stripes and native prints can be worn around the head or doubled-up at the neck. Many options are as wearable for guys as they are for girls.
Want to see them for yourself? Stolen Sunday is sold at Wonderland and Swankety Swank in San Francisco, and you’ll also find them selling their latest styles at the Treasure Island Music Festival this weekend.
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Photography courtesy of Stolen Sunday