The 3 Coolest Dressing Rooms In S.F. — Can We Move In?

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    If there's one thing we're passionate about, it's the tiny details that make any experience extra special. To that end, we've already scoured the city to find the coolest restaurant bathrooms (seriously, they're stunning), and now we're turning our eyes to another oft-overlooked nook, in-store fitting rooms. Sure, while most shops in town don't put too much thought into these little changing corners, we wanted to laud the boutiques that have crafted such covetable coves that we wouldn't mind holing up in these dressing dens long-term.

    Surprisingly all nestled in the Mission, these top three spots feature old Hollywood lighting, hand-painted floors, custom woodwork by local artists, and loads of rustic-cool embellishments. Want to find out where you're going to want to strip down, stat? The totally inspiring guide awaits.


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