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Friday, April 13, 2012

S.F. Street Fashion: Colorful Denim

Posted By on Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 12:30 PM

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Every store I've walked into lately is offering an array of colored denim -- neon, pastel, primary -- you name it and they have it. With the trend so dominant in stores, it's obviously going to show up on the street as well. I was excited to see so many pairs of colorful jeans this week; San Franciscans love their denim, so it's nice to see them switching things up a bit. The brighter shades are also a welcome addition to our usually black and gray collective wardrobe.

It made me curious -- are there any die-hard blue jean lovers out there who hate this trend? Or have all of you rushed to the store and stocked up on a rainbow array of pants for spring? Look at a few pairs of colored jeans I spotted on the street this week and let me know what you think.

KATE CONGER
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These ladies are keeping the San Francisco fashion tradition alive with their black and gray ensembles. However, they got a little pop of color in with those cute shoes.

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