Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: the delightfully tacky sheer 70’s-era animal print tunic top, $15, from San Francisco-based vintage Etsy shop Lost Feather Vintage, a local source for notably affordable casual and trendy styles from the ’70s and ’80s.
As almost everyone who knows me is well aware, I try to shop from small, independent labels and companies whenever possible. So you can imagine, Christmas was no exception. In fact, it was a very indie Christmas in my world.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: the Sabine hand-knit felted orange wool purse with antique brass chain, $64, by KarinSF, an etsy retailer Lorraine spotted recently.
There are fine lines we can do without (like the ones on our foreheads, not to mention those between love and hate and just enough and a bit too much). But we’re more than happy to fall in line with the freehand drawings gracing shirts, leggings and hoodies from San Francisco label Coma and Cotton.
At the Union Design Festival on Sunday, we were taken with the jewelry holders and stands from San Francisco designer W.Ho Made It. Not only had we never spotted anything quite like them at a local design festival or shopping event before, but we were enamored of their dainty practicality.