On my recent vacation to San Francisco I had the pleasure of exploring many neighborhoods. Remnants of the past are still visible in the colorful buildings in Haight-Ashbury, once the thriving setting for the 1967 Summer of Love. Many legends graced the hills of this neighborhood, from Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix to Raven Baxter of That’s So Raven, who lived at 1608 Page St.
Mystery Mister opened just a little over three weeks ago and has already left an imprint on the locals. This Haight Street store has a grandma’s attic ambiance with it's rad vintage Chinese slippers, an embroidered handkerchief depicting a woman, and a wall of scientific baubles filling its petite walls. Everything in the store is extremely eclectic; it’s a mystery each time what you’ll find!
Behind the Post OfficeI found a floor length bold tribal patterned black and white cotton dress, overlooked by many. All it needs is a little TLC and I’m happy to be the person to give it that. My vintage shopping motto is: if it's cheap enough and you love it but it's too long or too wide, tailor it! I plan to shorten my new find into a fun mini dress.
GAP military-inspired jacket, vintage houndstooth blouse, gray cashmere scarf , and BDG jeans.