Calling all style lovers out there! If you are like us at Pro Media and just can’t get enough boutique, fashion, and retail insight, then you must check out this past weekend’s Style section of The San Francisco Chronicle to see their Top 100 Shops list.
The Chronicle has just released their 2013 Guide to the Bay Area’s best shopping and we couldn’t be more thrilled to see that three of our client shops have been included amongst the top shops of the greater Bay Area. Mentioned throughout the issue, Ethos, Tallulah, and The Mercantile Shop are all recognized for their unique products and innovative style.
Featured as one of the newest shops of San Francisco, Ethos stands out for its stunning selection of apparel, accessories and home goods from around the world. Run by mother-and-daughter team, Rose and Cat Chung, the shop strives to support creative and emerging designers, carrying lines from Vlas Blomme, Dianora Salviati, and Clover Canyon. Head on down to their Sutter St. location to see what it is all about!
If you ever find yourself in wine country than you must visit the beautiful town of Healdsburg where you will find Tallulah. Founded by interior designers Denise Trefry and Kim Carpenter, this boutique is the essence of charm with an amazing collection of Trina Turk pillows, Agraria soaps and candles, jewelry and cashmere wraps, it is no surprise why The Chronicle chose this shop.
Also in Healdsburg is none other than The Mercantile Shop. Making its debut not more than a year ago, this shop has definitely made a name for itself being modeled after an old fashioned General Store, hence the name Mercantile. With the perfect blend of vintage and modern flare, the shop brings together vibes of Brooklyn, SF, and LA carrying designs from Current/Elliot, and Alternative Apparel.
Need more tips on style and where to shop for Bay Area fashion? Make sure to get your hands on this feature!