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Friday, April 20, 2012

S.F. Street Fashion: Go Outside!

Posted By on Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 11:30 AM

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How downright gorgeous is San Francisco this week? Thursday was the first day in recent memory when I left home without a coat; I hope you've all been doing the same. If you're not enjoying the weather, you should probably stop reading and head outside, or at least read on your phone while you wait for the bus or something. Days like these are too pretty -- and too rare in our foggy town -- to let get away.

However, if you need a little outfit inspiration before you head off to whatever hazy 4/20 activities you have planned, look at some of the lovely residents I spotted on the street this week. I've noticed the nice weather has brought out lots more runners, bikers, and other spandex-clad fitness folks than usual, so I've got some bike-friendly outfits for you as well as some bright, summer colors and a new skill we should all learn.

KATE CONGER
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This shade of royal blue is my favorite summertime color. The great thing about both these outfits is how simple they are. We'll always have days when we just don't feel like getting dressed; we just want to throw on something comfortable and go. A bright t-shirt makes these go-to outfits pop, and a dressy accessory such as a lightweight blazer or polka-dotted tights kicks the look up a notch. Also, that dog has such a cute sweater. Do they make those in people sizes?

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