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5 Sep

I Left My Heart in San Francisco

We returned to Twinseperable HQ early this morning, after an unforgettable weekend in San Francisco.

Despite my tireless efforts to stick to an itinerary and cross everything off my list, the sheer magnitude of all I wanted to see, combined with the contagiously relaxed attitude of the city’s inhabitants, forced me to loosen up a bit and go with the flow.

We just so happeneded to be there during a heat wave which was unfortunate, as we didn’t get to experience the cool SF breeze, but we tried not to let it interfere too much with our exploring. We spent two days walking around the Mission: from store to store, to boutique to coffee shop, and then repeating that again.

We made sure to stop at the Everlane Lab, HQ and storefront to one of our all-time favorite brands, as well as some new discoveries like Azalea Boutique, and some old discoveries (thrift and vintage) like Carousel Consignment, Afterlife boutique and some delicious eats too!

We got to ride a cable car down to Fisherman’s Wharf where I indulged in my very first in-n-out burger (sans bun of course), and then walked along the bay to the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, which seemed like a beautifully misplaced anachronism. It felt almost like it didn’t belong in this time or at that place, but suffice it to say, it was magnificent.

Unfortunately we didn’t get to explore the Haight as much was we would have liked, due to the extreme heat (and temperatures were about 8 degrees higher there as opposed to anywhere closer to the water), but I got to pay homage to a place that housed some of my favorite artists and inspired some of my favorite songs.

This Tunesday is dedicated to San Francisco.


Gabrielle Levy
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