Every detail of this outfit came from our collaboration with Goodwill San Francisco. We thrift whenever and wherever we can, but Goodwill was our first love, so to speak, and with good reason. Not only does every purchase go toward creating jobs, the stores are universally clean and well-stocked, so it’s easy to find treasures every time you visit. Everything in this look came from Goodwill’s new Bay Street store near Pier 39.
This look intentionally draws on hippie culture, which also makes it a trendy nod to all the 1960s vibes coming from the music festival scene. This look would be just as appropriate at Coachella or Outside Lands. Updated touches like the zippered floral dress and studded gladiator sandals keep it from feeling like a costume.
Another way to keep this outfit (or any other for that matter) from looking like a costume is to keep the accessories understated. The necklace, ring, and bracelet are all neutral tones so the color focus stays on the florals. Despite being a statement piece in terms of its size, the necklace blends into the rest of the outfit because it matches the cardigan.
This year is the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, and San Francisco is still a place that people flock to to feel united to fellow humans. The difference now is we’re congregating around gourmet food trucks rather than staging love-ins. We think love is still very much in the air in Bay Area, however, which makes Off-the-Grid a perfect place for a super San Francisco date.
Devon’s Food Truck Date Look: $32 total
Floral Dress (by Lovely Day): $6.99
Long Macrame Cardigan (by Forever 21): $5.99
Gladiator Sandals (by Zara): $4.99
Bangle with Leather Inlay (by Banana Republic): $4.99
Layered Bead Necklace: $4.99
Flower Ring: $3.99
Compare to about $170-$200 for this look purchased new!
This post was sponsored by Goodwill of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin.