Laynie found the perfect stone!
Laynie Tzena ("the San Francisco Jewelry Doctor") has done work for me over the past several years, and I highly recommend her. I have always liked to wear jewelry that has special meaning to me. Our family has the tradition to pass down jewelry through the generations, and my mother took jewelry classes at UC Berkeley Extension in the '50s. I am lucky enough to have one of the rings she made. Also, my uncle is an artist and designed jewelry for a time in the '60s, and I have some of his things. I have brought Laynie many of my treasured bracelets, necklaces, and rings. She is forthright in her assessment of what can be done. Laynie's goal is always to preserve the spirit of a piece of...
This is a dangerous store with a dangerous website. I have spent altogether too much money on hats from Goorin Brothers, but can't seem to get upset about it. They make stylish, high-quality pieces that seem to become topics of conversation more often than any other hats I own.
All kinds of hats
This is a great place to get any kind of hat you would want. I couldn't believe the selection and the price is so affordable.
It always feels as though I've stepped into another country when coming here. You get to experience a whole different culture. The shops are filled with different trinkets. Theres many good eats here too. I love that they have those print club photo booths where you get yo draw on your pictures afterwards. They're really cute and fun to take with friends.
Weird and wonderfully inventive clothing
The basic premise of this store is that the clothier makes handcrafted hipster clothes out of, well, other clothes. And, you know, feedsacks, and macr...