How To Dress For A Hot-And-Cold San Francisco July

Just when we thought San Francisco was going to be blanketed in fog for the entire month of July, a gorgeous week like this hits us out of the blue. To celebrate the sunny, mid-60s temps across the board this weekend, we've got the perfect outfit for you, no matter if you're heading to Dolores Park or Napa...just, of course, give or take a few layers. Steal some style points from this summery—yet fall-like!—getup spotted on local blogger and Refinery29 contributor Natalie Goel. We suggest wearing it all at once, or deconstructing the five essential ingredients and mixing them with your other closet staples. Either way, it's a sure plan to face the day in style—no matter what the weatherman has to say.
Essential #1: Wide-Leg Denim—This of-the-moment throw-back silhouette looks great when it's a little distressed and either dressed down with a tissue-thin tee or dressed up with a blazer and button-down.
Adriano Goldschmied 23YR Dust Bell Jeans, $199, available at Calypso St. Barth.
Essential #2: Gingham Shirt—We're loving Natalie's bright pop of green contrasted with the pale pink blazer, thanks to its updated Lily Pulitzer vibe. Swap the green out for baby blue and you've still got some majorly harmonious hues going on.
J.Crew Perfect Shirt In Suckered Gingham, $29.99, available at J.Crew.
Essential #3: Pale Pink Blazer—Feminine-meets-masculine at its best, the unexpected pale and girly hue of this menswear staple makes it an ideal piece to throw over a summery frock or elevate a pair of jeans.
Topshop Dusty Pink Premium Seventies Wool Blazer, $190, available at Topshop.
Essential #4: Straw Hat—The epitome of summer, this perfect accessory gives any ensemble an instant laid-back vacation feel, even if you're just chilling in town for the weekend.
Panama Straw Hat, $58, available at BCBG .
Essential #5: Colorful Clutch—Break up the pale and dusty hues with a bold printed clutch, and you're good to go!
Lodis Celestial Diva Clutch Wallter, $185, available at Zappos.

More from Styling Tips