For those who wear the comfy sweats to their cushy start-up jobs or the biz exec’ whos suit is steamed down to the seam, embracing office attire in an entirely new light makes the joy of getting up and going even grander. Though it doesn’t mean you have to change your entire look, adding and subtracting little bits can give a new edge to your SF office-wear. Bring it on 9 to 5.
For someone who boasts an impressive 20/20 vision and also boasts an enormous foreheard, we’re forsaken with a damned widows peak from which we can never get rid of. Somedays our hair decides to be our best friend and other days it doesn’t want to call us back. So how do we remedy this? Frames, frames, and frames. As it implies in the name, you’re framing your face up for success. Pop on a pair of classic black specs and watch your whole style completely shift. — Where to get a cute pair of frames in the city: J!NS on Powell
Whether you’re the light traveler or the backpacker, the size and style of your bag can be a very telling part of who you are in those two scenarios. From one who carries a relatively small bag in comparrison to a very large bag, the one who chooses the smaller bag has mastered the art of editing - you know exactly what you need, a clipper card, a credit card, keys, and a phone, and you’re out the door versus a woman who carries a much larger bag and carries her life around, it acts as this security blanket of always being prepared. Which one are you? — Need a good bag recommendation? We got you.
We think a woman who can master the art of 5 inches and up is a woman we can get behind in business. She’s clearly perfected the balancing act in all senses of the word, whether she’s sporting a vintage find or a designer treat, she’s the gal with a plan and 9 hours in pain won’t get in the way of a complete takeover. Don’t prefer a heel? How about something you could sprint in? A flat is also very acceptable. — Check out the gals who shaped the shoe game.
Written by Anthony Rogers, Photographed by Claudia Goetzelmann, Styled by Rachel Darey, Beauty by Tamara Brown, Model - Faith of CAST Images, assistance by Madison Brown. Need a couple of starters? Try these on for size.
Anthony is the founder of Bob Cut Mag and the director of business development. Anthony writes on LGBT, people, and gender issues but catch him also writing about other shenanigans he finds himself in. Want to partner with Bob Cut? Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org