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This downtown boutique shines as a source for hip hop styles like Lugz boots, Kangol hats, K Swiss sneakers, Boss jeans and Fubu separates. It also carries NFL team jackets and apparel, tailored suits, leather jackets, Italian dress shoes, accessories like belts, ties and wallets, plus casual athletic wear. You will find designer names like Perry Ellis, Polo, Phat Pharm and Karl Kani. The prices here are affordable and sales are not uncommon.
This is a fun, hip place to shop for teens, young adults, and anyone who likes things a little funky. The second floor features a worldly selection of men's and women's clothing, shoes, and accessories. On the ground floor, shoppers will find lots of random stuff for your home like inflatable furniture, ethnic tapestries, animal-print shag rugs, and velour throw pillows. There are also lots of novelty gift items like plastic hula dolls, humorous books, and toys for adults.
Taking on the west coast one store at a time--the designer wares of Bloomingdale's loved by New Yorkers are now in San Francisco. In the expansion of the Westfield San Francisco Shopping Center, Bloomingdale's is pulling out all of its tricks with 35,000 square feet of shopping space. A browse through its second largest store will yield revived Biba 1960s fashion, shoes by Jimmy Choo, exquisite accessories, jewelry boutiques and fragrance for him and her. You won't want to leave this place that soon.
Located in a vintage Beaux Arts building dating from just after the 1906 earthquake and fire, Neiman Marcus is one of the city's most upscale department stores. You'll find all the big names in fashion: Chanel, Jil Sander, Calvin Klein, Salvatore Ferragano, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Giorgio Armani, TSE, Fendi, Gucci, Versace, Christian Dior, Donna Karen, and Yves Saint Laurent. It also features two eating establishments: The Rotunda and the Fresh Market Café.
Get ready, guys, to reinvent your wardrobe because the Archive is in town. This upmarket boutique seems to be invaded by the latest from the major houses of fashion—Paris and Milan. The showcased collection includes popular brands like Un Solo Mondo, Undercover, Volga Volga and Kohzo Denim. And who wouldn't like to own stylish and versatile creations by Neil Barrett, Kimninori Morishita and Rick Owens? Also their collection of shoes, bags and other accessories to complete your entire look. So wear their outfits and you are sure to make heads turn.
A fun place to shop, this Haight Street boutique sells urban casual clothing for young men. The style is that underground DJ/skater look, featuring alternative labels like Ecko and Mecca. Find comfortable outfits like over-sized sweatshirts, velour warm-up suits, denim and some sharp little outfits for women but nothing too fancy or constricting. This is a great place to find a cool tee, a pair of track pants or a canvas tote.
If you're shopping for stylish menswear, then a visit to Wingtip is a must. Located in the beautiful Bank of Italy building, this store has everything a discerning male could want, from designer suits to high end spirits to an impressive cigar selection. As you browse, you'll discover that this store kept many of the bank's structural elements, including a vault, creating an usual yet sophisticated atmosphere. If you shop here often you might want to join their member's only club located on the top floors.
With shops galore for women's clothing, there's hardly any options when it comes to men's clothing. Well, guys don't fret because you have Jack's. Nestled in Chestnut, this store is the best bet when it comes to trendy and upmarket clothing for men. The showcase collection combines the finest fabrics designed with contemporary cuts and clothes in even XXL sizes. Also available is apparel by famous labels like Marc by Marc Jacobs, Rufus, Lacoste and Theory. Whether it's a corporate lunch or an after work party, with these clothes, you are perfectly dressed for any occasion. Regular discounts and sales make this a favorite haunt among the men.