Posts filed under “Back Street”

Uptown Winter

Scene: Texture, suede, and very tall boots. Grey flatters, black, and white too. Black on black. Color blocking, patterns, and stripes. Quilted coats and fur. Classics and out of bounds. Pink and blue. Tones of browns, military greens, and pops of color. Rich maroon, deep red, and touches of brights. Slim, leggings, and tights. Warm volume. Hats, caps, bags, and kicks. […]

Downtown Winter

Scene: Shades of browns, greens, and blues. Always a mix of black, white, and grey. Touches of primary colors, pink, magenta mauve, and orange. Vintage pieces mixed with new. Tartan, plaid, and leopard print too. Conventional and fresh assymetical patterns. Updated camo, and florals. Faux fur, sherling, and fur. Extra long sleeves, puff jackets, and black leather. Hoods and hoodies.     […]

San Francisco

Scene: Style and fashion in the historic center of San Francisco, located in the northeast quadrant of the city anchored by Market Street and the waterfront. The Financial District is here, with Union Square, a principal shopping and hotel district. Cable cars carry riders up steep inclines to the summit of Nob Hill, once home of […]

Summer Walk

Scene: “All through my city, it’s in the air” — summer cool in bloom with micro-print florals, spicy colors, plaids, solids, and prints, pinstripes, pajamas, black, white, and brights, kicks, earth shoes, sandals, boots, and hatitude! Scene and Heard: “Sunshine in my pocket” Justin Timberlake’s Can’t stop the feeling.       

July Fourth

Scene: Red, white, and blue on the avenue. Variously known as the Fourth of July and Independence Day, July 4th has been celebrated since the 18th century, but it became a federal holiday in 1941. On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia, approved the Declaration of Independence drafted by Thomas Jefferson. July 4th […]