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There’s no denying that stylist-slash-blogger Amy Soderlind is definitely one boho babe on the rise. Whether she's styling a shoot for Gap Inc. in the city, chilling on her super-adorable farm in Sebastopol, jamming out with her musician-painter mom, or donning her worldly wardrobe—this local lady’s natural-meets-chic approach always leaves us pining for more. To show off some of her favorite summer-to-fall go-to looks, Amy invited us to one of her fave S.F. ‘hoods, Hayes Valley, to get her model on. Check out how this pro prepped her earthy-chic outfits after the jump, plus get the scoop on her secret accessories spot.
Photos by Shilpi Tomar
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