June Sartorial Round-Up

June has come to an end so before heading into a fabulous and fashionable July, I wanted to take a moment to appreciate some of my favorite sartorial moments from June.

Faux Leather Jacket Black & White Stripes Red Quilted Bucket Bag San Francisco Fashion Blogger Street Style

{Faux Leather Jacket – Finding the perfect cropped jacket that you can throw over everything from jeans to a maxi dress is a serious milestone for any fashion lover. I’d been haunting my favorite local vintage shop looking for a distressed version when I inadvertently stumbled on this faux leather jacket at Express.

Cape Blazer Outerwear Layering Black & White Stripes San Francisco Fashion Blogger Street Style

{Cape Blazer – I’m a huge fan of capes. Throw one over any look and suddenly you’re channeling Grace Kelly. This Cape Blazer is an amazingly versatile piece, the structured silhouette really takes it up a notch. I fell head over heels when I saw it and wore it for at least a week straight.}

Moody Miss Havisham Dark Florals Kimono San Francisco Fashion Blogger Street Style

{Moody Miss Havisham – My love affair with sheer floral kimonos continues! This shot makes me smile because I’m wearing layered jewelry from some of my favorite designers & boutiques.}

Boho Little Black Dress San Francisco Fashion Blogger Street Bohemian Hat

{Boho Fashion: What I loved most about this look was the wide-brimmed fedora! I adore hats but rarely wear them – Mostly because my hair is always in a bun. So when I get a chance to wear one – I get pretty excited.}

Which of these June looks is YOUR favorite?

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