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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Punks, Preps, Neons, and Neutrals: S.F. Street Fashion's Wild Week

Posted By on Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 9:32 AM

  • Kate Conger

This week, I spotted plenty of statement pieces on the streets of San Francisco: a leather bustier, blue metallic Doc Martens, and loads of leopard print. But that's only a sliver of the fashion I came across.

From punk to prep and neutral to neon, S.F. has it all when it comes to style. The diversity is exciting; I never know what I'll see when I round a corner -- and this week certainly had surprises in store. We're finally getting a taste of that summer warmth everyone else in the country keeps talking about, and it seems to have inspired our fashionistas to celebrate their wild sides.

  • Kate Conger

Her colorblocked outfit is so simplistic and elegant. The mustard and navy combination is stunning, and the detail of her oxblood boots is a great final flourish.

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