Best of SF

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I don’t usually take photos of Men’s outfits. When I do, they look fly! This is one of the best man’s fashion piece I have seen in San Francisco. I mean look at the layers. This outfit looks both formal and causal at the same time. Nice play with stripes, both horizontal and vertical. This blue hue is beautiful. What is the top between the suit jacket and dress shirt, is it tweed? Love the texture. To finish off with the flower(it’s called Boutonnière, I googled it), very bold and classic!

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Young Professional in SF

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SoMa, SF.

You know what attracts me to SF?

All the young professional people walking around in SF looking so sharp. I’m not kidding. It’s like all the good looking people got a job in downtown SF. And there’s definitely a SF look where it’s not too formal like suit and tie, but not too casual like T-shirts. It’s the in between zone.

Rohit here is an urban architect. (I swear architects have some of the best fashion sense.) He is from India and went to school in Berkeley. I asked him to give my readers one piece of fashion advice. He said everyone should have a black shirt, a white shirt, denim, and brown or black leather in their wardrobe. Use accent color to set the mood and give a sense of freshness. (Accent color? Is that architecture language? But again English is my second language. Anyway,  I have to google it. Accent colors are colors that are used for emphasis in a color scheme. These colors can often be bold or vivid and are used sparingly, to emphasize, contrast or create rhythm.)

Notice his belt, bag and watch are all made of brown leather! Actually his shoes, too. But they are not in the picture.