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Friday, September 14, 2012

SF Fashion: Men in the Mission Actually Do Care About Style

Posted By on Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 9:29 AM

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San Francisco was once deemed the worst-dressed city in the nation. And that makes sense, considering we've kinda created the "Bill Gates had sex with a clown" look.

A decade into the millennium, however, it turns out many denizens of San Francisco actually do care about how they look -- yes they paid good money to appear as though they haven't showered today.

As you can see below, some dudes in the Mission can confirm that S.F. manages to pull-off the "we just don't give a fuck" style really well. Ross Torres over at Mission Local seems to believe these guys are trend-setters. What do you think?


The Zuck: This guy went with an S.F.  style very much associated with tech nerds -- a hoodie and jeans. There's a fine line, though, between being comfortable and looking like you are napping on your couch.

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