Wednesday, July 6, 2011

San Francisco Dreaming

Not having a job makes jet setting up and down California quite easy. And gives me a reason to use the term "jet setting" (only trying to make traveling between my parent's and home more glamorous). Maybe next time it will be Italy. Nothing to tie me down or stop me from last minute plans. Last week, I flew home for a few days and could not stay away from San Francisco. Out of any city I've traveled to, San Francisco will always be in my top 3 favorites. I would live here, but I don't want the novelty to ever wear off. Quirky, fun, unique. All brilliant qualities of a city and all lovely elements of style.
I'm a sucker for cleverly named clothing pieces and these ones were all about San Francisco. Now I just want to buy a dress for every city I visit!
Eyelet My Heart In San Francisco Dress

Vintage Haight-Ashbury Necklace

Living In The City One Shoulder Dress

Cole Street Flat Top

And here's a peak into my trip to San Francisco! I got all the eating ideas from the blog, Bleubird Vintage. The most delicious experience. Always new places to try in the city!
Tapas and Sangria at Cha, Cha, Cha. YUM!

Bubbles on Haight St.
Amazing little bakery. Couldn't stay away from the macarons! (Wearing: Dress: Urban Outfitters, Bag: Nordstrom BP, Elephant necklace: Forever21)

Mocha, Peanut Butter, Blood Orange, and Lemon. Taking note of these for the next time I attempt to make macarons!

Macarons at the Marina. Dreamy.
Beautiful Palace of Fine Arts.


  1. Beautiful photos, Taylor! you and Shiva obviously had a great day in SF and the weather was perfect! Love how you put it all together for SF...the dresses, the jewelry, the food, the scenery, the whole spirit of the city!

  2. You brought back so many lovely memories of my life growing up in the Fillmore/Haight Street area of beautiful San Francisco. The clothes and the jewelry at that time were not as up-beat as those you show, but I can remember that there was a wonderful bakery I really liked and the declicious goodies they made that I ate. (A lot).