1. My favorite Neiman Marcus location of all time, The Rotunda ♥ / 2. Successfully biked across Golden Gate Park and the Golden Gate Bridge wearing layers of mint to keep me warm / 3. My number one go to for ice cream? Bi-Rite across the street from Dolores Park! My favorite flavors are Lavender Honey and Salted Caramel / 4. Walking through Maiden Lane, an alley way that houses my favorite high street shops / 5. The view of the Golden Gate Bridge from Coit Tower / 6. Eggs Benedict and orange juice at Squat & Gobble on Haight Street / 7. Resting on a field of daisies in Petaluma with my Lancaster Paris bag / 8. Overlooking the bridge at Golden Gate Park / 9. Breakfast mimosas at my hideaway at Nick’s Cove / 10. Vintage shopping at Held Over on Haight & Ashbury
Everytime I take a trip to San Francisco, I completely devote my time in pursuing one angle of the city. My last trip was all about visiting friends and absorbing the city’s amazing food culture, while the previous one before that was purely focused on vintage shopping. While I try to visit the city on my own leisure every season, I’ve somehow successfully managed to avoid any tourist destinations…until now. But it was a win-win, as the weather was at it’s prime and since early spring is considered off season for most travelers, my experiences visiting some of San Francisco’s most famous view points was a lot more personal than what I had expected. The only thing I wonder now is what I should devote my next trip to…
Super Lucia Sunglasses / Pixie Market Moto Jacket / Equipment Blouse / J Brand Jeans / Elin Kling x Marciano Boots / Loeffler Randall Mini Rider Bag
Spring is officially here, and I couldn’t have made a better decision to spend its first weekend with a trip to San Francisco. My wardrobe choices that’s heavily dependent on the season doesn’t become more clear until the transition from winter to spring. Just the week prior I had packed a suit case full of buttery leather motorcycle jackets and blue jeans for my trip to Austin, but Daylight Savings time and the imminent arrival of Easter candy on store shelves was a gentle reminder of all the warm days ahead…and just like that I’ve completely gravitated towards pastels again. Let’s just say I’m excited to incorporate more color into my wardrobe again. But first things first, I’m starting off the season fresh with a fail proof combination: White on white tossed on with a pop of lavender.