Chic in Black and White

Another day, another day trip. We made our drive down to San Francisco yesterday and saw what felt like the entire city. And that isn’t an exaggeration. Starting out in China Town, then we headed to the Marina District for a little shopping. We hit up Fisherman’s Wharf next for a little lunch, and ended the day at the vista next to the Golden Gate Bridge.what to wear visiting san franciscoFor the sometimes-crisp weather near the water, I had to break out my new bracelet-length cream coat. It’s perfectly lightweight for the 60-something degree weather but warm enough against the bay breeze. This jacket was pretty much made for San Francisco.light weight coat olivia popecalvin klein leopard trim tunic from marshallsbracelet length cream coatthree quarter length cream coatviews from fisherman's warf san franciscojoes jeans corduroy skinny pantsgolden gate bridge parkTop: Calvin Klein via Marshalls (similar), Pants: Joe’s Jeans Corduroys (similar), Jacket: Harlowe & Graham via Nordstrom Rack (similar), Shoes: Tory Burch, Bag: Tory Burch (similar), Bracelet: Stella & Dot Christina Link, Watch: c/o Wristology, Necklace: Stella & Dot Somervell

*Linking up with Bethany, Tara, Lindsey, Lulu, Lauren*

32 thoughts on “Chic in Black and White

  1. Brittney

    I love the strip of leopard print down the front of that blouse, and the black bracelet that matches the logo on your bag. That jacket also looks beautiful and clean, although probably a pain to clean for a klutz like me.


  2. AJ

    Beautiful coat! I don’t think I would have ever considered that sleeve length, but I will have to check it out now. And look at your husband with his pattern mixing! 🙂


  3. Niki

    Another gorgeous look! I went to San Francisco for the first time on part of our honeymoon and I’ve been dying to go back ever since! It sounds like you had great weather too!


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