When you’re planning a wedding, time flies. If yours will take place during the Bay Area’s temperate autumn months but you haven’t yet pinned down a venue, perhaps one of these tried-and-true standbys or a brand new venue will please.
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.
If you need to supplement your personal shopping trips with online shopping, here are some tips to keep in mind before that parcel arrives at your front door.
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.
Brenda Alessandria shares some of her personal tips on why consignment shopping is especially well suited to mature fashionistas.
When looking for the best men’s haircuts around, the Peninsula has you covered.
A Bay Area design expert shares thoughts on money-saving ways to decorate on a budget.
San Francisco is known as a great city for art, style and fashion-forward thinking, and that includes men’s fashion too. Men will find clothing that fits their style best here in the City by the Bay.
Braided hairstyles are all the rage these days from fashion runways to church aisles, with a nod to the jet-setting Duchess of Cambridge. Take some tips from a stylist and rock the trend.
San Francisco’s wide network of independent shop owners and local talent includes locations selling wearable fashion accessories for both men and women. From the stylish hat on your head to the comfy shoes on your feet, any look can be uniquely handmade.