Our obsession with convertible clothing runs deep. Not only do multi-way pieces give you more options, it’s just plain cool knowing your scarf-top-hood-shrug could also be a shrug-hood-top-scarf. So we were obviously enthused over the Scarf Hug by San Francisco label Boditecture.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: the perfect-for-spring hue of the Stella Clutch, $152, by San Francisco designer Lisa Davey’s Holly Scott line of leather goods.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: the sleekly simple Little Bias Dress, $136, by eco-friendly San Francisco label Turk + Taylor. Available in black or grey organic cotton or black eco wool and jersey stripes, this basic-with-a-twist flatters with three-quarter sleeves and an asymmetrical v-neck draped panel.
Our very-visual, (almost) chatter-free snap judgment of the day: the holiday season tends to kick our very-American appetite for excess into high-gear. Whatever it is you may hankering for this month, get in the mood with the Hungry Like a Wolf Tee, $27, designed by San Franpsycho co-owner Andy Olive.
This holiday season, watch out for the Little Feather SF Winter 2011 Collection by San Francisco designer and Academy of Art alum Melinda Rodriguez, who combines an array of exotic materials (feathers, horns, sequins, bones, crystals, glass beads and even rope) to achieve a result that skillfully balances elegant with bold, fragile with strong.