A store at Union Square, San Francisco.
It’s only fitting that, wandering around San Francisco, the city where the Love Generation took hold, I found stores still rockin’ the 60s vibe.
Yes, yes, I know, 60s-era clothing styles got a little updating and became fashionable again. I was thrilled–I love the styles. Just didn’t think the styles would be so enduring. Apparently, they are, because they show no signs of being replaced with, say, the white shoes and shiny suits of the 1970s.
Yes, we actually did stuff like this on our jeans in the 1960s. In fact, I still have a small daisy patch I was going to embroider on my jeans when I was in college. I still have it.
Even Dolce i Gabbana get into the 60s spirit, in their own, inimitable way.
San Francisco is just made for wandering, don’t you think? So many fun things to see. For example, walk into Fog City, my favorite restaurant, but don’t tarry and this is why:
An apology in the ladies’ room:
Yes, it was quite tiny,but thanks to my trainer, I fit, no problem.
This was bound to happen, don’t you think?
People in San Francisco take this advice to heart. At Kate Spade, I think.
Something elegant for everyone. Including the dog.
It’s not San Francisco without activism. I support this campaign.
We love our unsavory history. The Barbary Coast….just the name sends chills down my spine.
But we have our silliness, too. I mean, seriously?? Who buys this stuff? Actually, my mother would have. She would have bought one for each of her three children.
A favorite (and famous) breakfast spot.
Great advice in a window.
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