Best Boutiques in San Francisco

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Marvy Fashion Boutique in San Francisco

Marvy Fashion Boutique

1807 University Ave, Berkeley , California 94703

Strives to bring our customers the best fashion trends while keeping the price affordable and the quality of products high.

Best Known For: Unique Quality and Affordable

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Zoë Bikini in San Francisco

Zoë Bikini

3386 18th St, San Francisco , California 94110

Zoë Bikini carries a beautiful assortment of sexy, sassy, and unique bikinis that are designed to mix and match. Designed and made in San Francisco, we encourage you to pick any size, style or color to create your own look. Zoë Bikini has your hook up for the best swimwear on the market!

Best Known For: Unique bikinis for every body type

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Neighborhoods in San Francisco

Marina

Since the 1980s, San Franciscos Marina District transformed from a community of aging pensioners to one of young up-and-comers. This demographic shift has made it a shopping destination for chic, contemporary finds.

Inner Richmond

San Francisco's premier dining and shopping locale, Inner Richmond has gained notoriety among the young and hip crowd. Spend your day strolling the streets and partaking in the area's many outdoor activities, and when the fog sets in, get your shop on

Los Altos

With a median home price averaging out at $2.5 million, not everyone gets to live in Los Altos, but that doesn't mean you can't pretend. Wander down tree-lined avenues and shop exclusive boutiques some of the country's wealthiest call "the shop around the corner."

Petaluma

Nestled in Sonoma County, California, Petaluma is characterized by a charming downtown where many buildings that survived the San Francisco earthquake still stand.

Oakland

In recent years, Oakland has gained national recognition as a travel destination. In 2012, Oakland was named the top North American city to visit, highlighting its growing number of sophisticated restaurants and bars, top music venues, and increasing nightlife appeal.[14] Oakland also took the No. 16 spot in "America's Coolest Cities," ranked by metrics like entertainment options and recreational opportunities per capita, etc.[15] In 2013, Oakland topped the No. 1 spot in "America's Most Exciting Cities," notably having the most movie theaters, theater companies, and museums per square mile.