SF temperature is yo-yo-ing up and down this summer, and there’s nothing easier than throwing on a white summer dress. This feminine frock has dainty eyelet patterns all over with a plunging neckline (giving a subtle sexy vibe). I’ve always loved crisp white pieces and not just recently due to my #engagedlife. Usually I go all out with the accessories but for this sweet look I paired it with my favorite vintage statement earrings; found at one of the vendors at A Current Affair.
Its no secret that I’m a huge fan of vintage clothes, so when I heard A Current Affair was coming to the bay area I was psyched and instantly texted my girlfriends to buy tickets. If you’re not familiar with this fashion popup sensation, its an event that brings the top vintage retailers and private dealers in the country together for an amazing day of shopping, inspiration, and treasure hunting. Prices range from reasonable $35 to woah woah woah $3000+, but for one-of-a-kind Chanel, East West, and Gucci pieces what can you expect? This sale has also attracted teams from free people, Trina Turk and even Sophia Amoruso who called it the “best vintage on the planet”. So yeah, A Current Affair is the real deal, and if you are obsessed with vintage like I am you must check them out. Also take a peek at their instagram – they got real nice pictures on there.
Initially a bit overwhelmed, I found myself going through racks and rack of vibrant prints; feminine florals, multicolored stripes. My eyes were on the prize; I was searching for sweet 60’s psychedelic pieces. Most vendors had a decent selection of accessories, tables full of jewelry, shoes, and purses. I love large statement pieces; mixing vintage earrings & necklaces to my everyday outfits is one way I try to create unique and fashionable looks.
Before being known for its ridiculous high price of living, tech snobs, and foodie scene; San Francisco was once known for its prominent place in the hippie movement. Peace, Love, and Music ran rampant through Haight Street during the 60’s and that set a free-spirited tone for the city ever since. This year is the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love and I was lucky enough to find a vintage floral dress for the occasion. I shot this look in Golden Gate park, due to it being one of the main hubs during that iconic summer and also being home to many of my childhood memories.