Sunday, August 3, 2008

Step Back In Time__ The Castro, San Francisco

When showing off my blog photos to friends in L.A they were surprised to see how retro chic S.F. is. "You live in a different world,” yes, I do! Because people in S.F. don't take themselves too seriously when it comes to getting dressed! As an L.A. native, I know that most young women there dress very, very alike, but in S.F. there are NO boundaries when it comes to style. I found these two at Amber Room, her vamp lipstick; sparkly American Apparel tights and fedora will probably be featured as "What's Hot" in the next Elle. I believe having eccentric style is a form of art; it's a way to show a reaction of his or her personality to the rest of the world.

Couple Up >< Dolores Park, San Francisco

I guess I have a thing for really cute couples that dress alike. I believe it reflects their closeness and compatibility level in the relationship..
Okay, maybe not, BUT I do know they look fantastic. I took this while celebrating the 4th of July in Dolores Park. I spied them from across the way and loved how patriotic they looked on this grey day of Independence.

Heroin Chic< Mission District, San Francisco

Once again Evie metal makes the Pacific Muse but this time it's her high-wasted tuxedo trousers, paired with amazing studded ankle boots (which I’ve already gushed about in a previous post) that compelled me to point and shoot. Her partner in crime, Levi, is rocking' blue suede boots and a silk paisley button down.

Lovers Rock > Mission District, San Francisco

Monday nights at Delirium means, funky rock tunes by DJ Mikey and a stylish scene that plays in-sync with the music. This couple caught my eye the minute they entered this dingy dive bar. Her feathered faced and bohemian goth outfit compliments his Keith Richard's look.