LoHo Bride Pop-Up
Even though we're not exactly the jealous type, we admit to getting a pang of envy every time a bohemian bride glides down the aisle. The LoHo Bride pop-up is exactly the type of place those indie ladies get their swag for the big day, and so can you. Join the nomadic style gurus in curating your perfect wedding look, with cult faves such as Stone Cold Fox, Sweet & Spark Jewelry, Daughters of Simone, Bo & Luca, Litter, Samantha Sleeper, and Bella Bridesmaids. Sip some bubbles, and get in on the exclusive previews of all the pieces that will come together to make your day even more special.
When: Sunday, March 30, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Loho Bride Pop-Up, 109 Geary Street, Suite 2 (between Stockton Street and Grant Avenue); No phone.
Freshen Up! Sasha Maks Vintage and Beauty Company Pop-Up
Who doesn't love a good vintage find — or life-changing beauty product, for that matter? Find them both at this collaboration between two stylish minds: a Sasha Maks Vintage trunk show, along with pieces from the skincare line Ziesche Modern Apothecary, and specialty cocktails by sommelier of the year Ceri Smith. Don't miss out on the raffle to win one month of free manis and a styling session with Sasha Maks.
When: Wednesday, April 2, 6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Beauty Company, 2325 polk Street (between Union and Green streets); 415-567-8740.
SHEnanigans: A Celebration of Women's History
Join fellow power ladies in an evening of mingling and meeting with those who are carving out new paths and making big moves. Think of it as your very own "Girls Club," where #LadyBrags are encouraged. Hosted by Ladies Who Vino, Women Get It Done, Good Ol' Girls, and San Francisco Women's Political Committee, this crowd will be partying while simultaneously supporting Spark SF, a philanthropic network that betters the lives of women around the world. When: Wednesday, March 26, 6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Monroe, 473 Broadway ( between Kearny and Montgomery streets); 415-772-9002.
Tickets: $10 to $2,000; buy 'em here.
Carrie Mae Smith Opening at March
If you're a fan of art and food, this exhibit is for you. Artist Carrie Mae Smith brings her culinary still-lifes to March, decorating the shop in canvases clad in stunning renditions of often-overlooked utensils. Smith's work will be on display until the 30th, and just happens to be the perfect weekend activity to keep you from those threatening rain showers. When: Now through Monday, March 31, 10 to 6 p.m.
Where: March, 3075 Sacramento Street (between Broderick and Baker streets); 415-931-7433.