Spring and early summer trends generally consist of floral, prints and bright colors being expunged from the back of our closets after the dreary days of winter. This season we’ve seen an explosion of pastels, a nostalgic return of Hawaiian prints and gradient dressing (i.e. wearing two different color blues in one outfit, or dip-dyed denims), to name a few. We spotted several San Franciscans strutting around town in this season’s brights, dip-dyes and prints:
Christina Pacelli wears an American Apparel bodysuit (underneath) & sheer black top, Rachel Roy shirt, Urban Outfitters shoes, and Marc by Marc Jacobs purse.
Spring Trend: Christina looks stunning in a 1920’s-inspired look. A drop waist skirt or pleating hint at the roaring era, and Christina’s skirt has both. A bright bag and lots of texture balance out the black.
Brad Thornton wears Old Navy polo shirt, Marni for H&M shorts, Polo by Ralph Lauren watch, sunglasses he picked up at a souvenir shop and L.A.M.B. shoes.
Spring Trend: Brad is busy coloring blocking in Golden Gate park. This stylish guy caught our eye with his bright yellow shorts.
Ines Almeida Alves wears Zara T-shirt, Forever 21 shorts, Zara boots, Mulberry satchel and Bimba & Lola sunglasses.
Spring Trend: Gradient dressing. Ines’s ultra-casual look includes two different hues of pink and shorts that incorporate a timeless San Francisco classic – tie dye.
Photography by Sara Iravani