Posh parties hit San Francisco and San Diego this week. It’s a chance to mingle with fashion and style bloggers, Poshmark sellers and people who get how stylish secondhand can be. You’ll need to RSVP to attend. After that, dress up and head out. Think of it as a reason to celebrate summer. Because no matter how confounding that drizzle-slash-misty weirdness we’re experiencing an extremely high volume of right now gets in San Francisco, a good outfit scored at a jump-for-joy price can put a girl in beach spirits in no time. RSVP goodness here.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: The spacey fun and nice price of the Hand-Dyed Galaxy Leggings, $25, by San Francisco’s The Littlest Feather. Each one-of-a-kind pair transitions from peach to splattered navy designed to look lifted from the cosmos.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgement of the day: Spark conversation with the Young Love Lines Tee, $25. We think this soft v-neck’s cool graphic is perfect for all the upcoming summer music festivals – Outside Lands, anyone? Plus, Northern California’s Young Love Outfitters lets shoppers choose among three non-profit organizations and donates a portion of its proceeds to their projects.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: a romantic statement necklace with turquoise blue beads and a delicate fabric flower, $22.00, handmade and crafted by San Francisco’s Snobish Design, a local maker of affordable modern, bridal and custom accessories capable of complementing a summer dress anywhere from a backyard BBQ to a night out with that special someone.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: subtle sparkle and rugged, braided leather mix with gold beads and brass hardware in the boho chic Abacus bracelet, $25, from Bay Area jewelry designer Megan Hosterman’s Fig & Faun line.