Hey friends, I got a fun little series going on for ya! ShopStyle had asked me to share my favorite “best kept” secret spots in the city. I couldn’t be more excited to participate because you know how much I love sharing with you my favorite spots in SF! And in case you’re not familiar with ShopStyle, they are a shopping site by PopSugar where you can find all your favorite fashion things in one place, from everyday goods to covetable pieces!
My first best kept spot is the new exclusive jewelry outpost, No.3. It recently opened by local shop-owner extraodinaire Jenny Chung of ACRE/SF and Acrimony. No.3 is very new yet it’s already becoming one of my favorite spots in the city. I love that it’s located in a charming residential area Russian Hill. It’s a neighborhood where my family first resided when we moved to SF twenty-five years ago, so I certainly have fond memories of it. It’s not anywhere near a shopping destination so you would never think of going there to find loots. While it does require a bit of a trek to get there (even for us locals), you can totally play tourist and take the Powell & Hyde Cable Car from SF downtown to take you straight there!
Just so you know, there’s an old-fashioned ice-cream shoppe just right next door called the Swensen’s. It’s been there since 1948! Cable car, sweets and baubles, that would make a fun little afternoon, don’t you think?
Hope you enjoy my first best kept secret spot in SF! I’ll be sharing two more in the coming weeks. Stay tuned!
What I wore: Freda Salvador Change Convertible Oxfords/Loafers – I wear these all the time and they are now on sale! | Gap Distressed Boyfriend Denim Shorts (the ones I have are sold out but I love this one and this one) | Black Blouse from H&M last season but I do covet this one and a short sleeve option for the summer is great too! | American Apparel L’Epicier Leather Bag – I’m all about leather totes these days and this one is lightweight and chic! And it’s black so it goes with almost everything!
No.3, 1987 Hyde Street (between Union and Green St.), SF, Russian Hill