San Francisco Shopping & Style
There are lots of choices for your preferred outdoor activities and even more choices for your favorite small business offering sporting goods, gear, equipment, clothing and accessories. These five are among the best for customer service and community ties.
As the city’s signature summer fog considers rolling away, it’s time once again for thoughts of back to school. San Francisco neighborhoods are sprinkled with small business retailers, children’s consignment shops and mom-and-pop boutiques stocking clothing and shoes just for kids.
Not every city has neighborhood shopping streets of Victorian terraced buildings, doors swung open wide to welcome passersby and sweet little patios with seasonal blooms. It’s so not the mall. Here we take a look at independent Union Street shops: what’s born of a vision, what’s recycled, what’s organic, what’s handmade and even what’s sexy.
A Bay Area design expert shares thoughts on money-saving ways to decorate on a budget.
Although San Francisco has many world famous attractions, with some planning, all of them can be visited over a weekend or three-day holiday.
If you know more about wetsuits and jeans than penguin suits and cummerbunds, you may be in need of some professional guidance on renting, tailoring or buying a wedding tux, and don’t overlook the men in your wedding party, too.
We’ve got five in-city ideas with shops to match for those with a father to spoil on Father’s Day.
The summer heat can do a number on a professional wardrobe. Local fashion expert Kaye Cloutman provides some expert pointers for women who are out and about during the work day.
We know, Muffy. Life can be tough for a prep in San Francisco. Fortunately, there are a few spots throughout the Bay Area where you can wave your Wayfayers. Iron out the madras and get ready to take the city, east-meets-west style.
A great way to add to holiday décor is with poinsettias. Check out this guide for the best florists for poinsettias in San Francisco.