Street Style! 10 Savvy Snaps From S.F.’s Buzzy Lower-Divisadero Strip

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on July 18.]

    There’s no denying that S.F. is flourishing with on-the-rise micro-hoods and unique, mini-enclaves — with every pocket embodying distinct visual and cultural attributes. It makes scouring the city for savvy style totally unpredictable…which we happen to see as a very good thing.

    From Pacific Heights’ prep-with-a-twist aesthetic to the Mission’s hipper-than-thou getups, hot looks abound in our neck of the woods. And this time around, we ventured to the of-the-moment lower-Divisadero strip (Nopa, to some) to check out how the locals roll, sartorially speaking. Let’s just say, we can see what all the fuss is about (not that we needed any convincing). Don't believe us? See our 10 best-dressed, right here!

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