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Friday, June 15, 2012

S.F. Street Fashion: Pink Is the New Black

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KATE CONGER
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Her conservative take on pink is very cute. She looks formal without being frumpy, and her bow-toed shoes add to the playful vibe of her dress.

KATE CONGER
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For her, the pink kicks up her punk vibe. Along with her patent-leather shoes and bag, her Mohawk, and her bright red lipstick, the bright color makes her seem like she could be punk rocker Exene Cervenka's cool aunt.

KATE CONGER
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Her take on pink is pure, girly fun. I love that her purse is shaped a bit like a crown, just for extra princess points. She looks adorable and happy, and best of all, I can imagine her wearing the dress in hundreds of ways. As I walked away after taking her photo, I heard her tell her husband, "Everyone's loved this dress today. This outfit is so much fun." And hey, that's what fashion is all about, right?

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