Rag & Bone Blazer, Zara Top, J Brand Jeans, Freda Salvador Booties, Proenza Schouler Bag, Ray Ban Sunglasses

I say it time and time again, one of my favorite things about San Francisco is that you can pretty much walk anywhere. After moving here, I quickly learned that having a crossbody bag was necessary when getting around. I need my hands and arms free when trekking up the hills, carrying bags of groceries home and taking the bus downtown- I also love the way they look! The details in both this Proenza Schouler bag and Rag & Bone blazer pull in the “Geometry Lessons” trend with their woven strips and graphic panelings.

Photography by Kim A. Thomas

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T By Alexander Wang Blouse, Big Star Denim Jeans, Forever 21 Necklace, Zara Sandals, Miu Miu Bag

Layering becomes a key element in dressing for San Francisco. I’ve found that sheer blouses and light sweaters are the best way to do this without looking bulky. I love this chiffon T by Alexander Wang blouse because it has the elements of being tailored and relaxed at the same time. This look is also inspired by one of my favorite trends- Pastel and Sorbet Shades. Since the blouse is a light mint color, I thought adding a soft pink bag would be the perfect complement to it.

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Blazer Theory/ Shirt StyleMint/ Pants J.Crew/ Sandals Vince/ Bag Reed Krakoff 

A comfortable pair of pants that are both chic and practical are definitely a SF essential and end up being one of the first things I go to grab in the morning. I always look for something that’s cropped at the ankle because I find that it’s more flattering on my frame. I love the look of this pair of statement J.Crew pants and incorporated this season’s “Vibrant Colors” trend through these neon yellow trousers. Since the color is so bold, I paired it with neutral shades of grey, white and tan and added an extra pop with an orange Reed Krakoff bag.

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