The organization My New Red Shoes offered a pair of new shoes and a gift certificate to Old Navy to students at Cesar Chavez Academy, before the start of the school year.
Americans toss out about 300 million pairs of shoes each year, because it’s often cheaper to buy a new pair than repair an old pair of shoes.
The hype over Nike’s newest release of basketball shoes led hundreds of people to line up in at Niketown in San Francisco’s Union Square with hopes of owning a pair.
Join thousands of LGBTQ supporters on Jun 29-30th, as the streets of San Francisco are taken over with Pride festivities. Here is where you can find a creative and successfully over-the-top outfits for Pride weekend at the last minute.
Angel Pagan may want to re-think his selection of cleats as part of his game-day wardrobe.
Want to wear some of the most coveted fashion items from top designers at cheaper prices? Here’s the insider scoop.
Flea markets in the East Bay offer up some dandies. Get there early and bring a team of hands with you to help peruse the trinkets. Here’s a list of the finest flea markets to choose your weekend deal-finding adventure.
Need shoes for the summer? Head to the North Bay for some of the best styles, boutiques and shopping experiences you will find.
Homemade to local San Franciscans means unique, creative, innovative, different, & thought-provoking. How does one find uniqueness? Through apparel and home decor. Here’s what the Bay Area has to offer:
When the time comes to getting rid of some of your old things, why not get something for it in exchange? Consigning your goods is an easy and less time consuming way to go. These Peninsula shops offer the best service all around, treating the consignor just as well as the shopper.