Looks of the Week: San Francisco Street Style

We’ve celebrated the gentlemen of the fashion blogging world and some killer Italian fashionistas of late, so for this Looks of the Week round-up I wanted to bring things back home. Here’s some fun San Francisco street style from local bloggers that I’m enjoying right now!

San Francisco Street Style Looks of the Week SF Fashion Blogger StreetStyle Winter Layers Mixing & Matching Menswear Borrowed from the Boys

{Allergic To Vanilla has the amazing ability to pull together chic borrowed-from-the-boys looks like never fail to catch the eye. She’s simultaneously stylish, modern, and feminine, all with a menswear-inspired bent. Tres chic!}

San Francisco Street Style Looks of the Week SF Fashion Blogger StreetStyle Winter Layers

{One of the most fun things about Winter in San Francisco is that you can layer in “non Winter” pieces since things aren’t too frigid here. I love how ThriftEye paired this sweet toile dress with a faux fur-lined jacket. Perfection!}

San Francisco Street Style Looks of the Week SF Fashion Blogger StreetStyle Winter Layers Mixing & Matching

{Stripes, florals, faux fur AND over-the-knee boots? Yes. Please. So You Agree is making me want to run home and play dress up!}

San Francisco Street Style Looks of the Week SF Fashion Blogger StreetStyle Winter Layers Mixing & Matching Overalls

{Overalls have taken over SF and I couldn’t be happier. The Ohio Transplant shows us how to seamlessly combine killer outwear and denim with this fun look.}

San Francisco Street Style Looks of the Week SF Fashion Blogger StreetStyle Winter Layers Mixing & Matching Winter Florals

{Winter florals are a trend that I support – And participate in – Season after season. I love how Will Bake For Shoes pairs her with neutrals and some serious bling!}

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What city do YOU love for street style?

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