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10 Must-Shop Boutiques on a San Francisco Getaway

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One of the great things about living in Las Vegas is that there are so many incredible places to travel for a weekend trip. Palm Springs, Big Sur, Big Bear, Los Angeles, even Mexico are all a reasonable drive away. And San Francisco, our neighbor to the northwest, is just one quick flight. In the spirit of exploration, we've tapped our sister site Racked SF for a guide to shopping the city by the bay. After the jump, the top 10 boutique experiences in San Francisco.


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ACRE/SF

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You have to walk up a steep hill to get to ACRE/SF, but that's requisite in this city, and totally worth it for covetable threads and Blue Bottle Coffee (!).

La Boutique

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Jackson Square is possibly the quaintest neighborhood in SF. And La Boutique carries Freda Salvador shoes, Shourouk jewelry and lots of hard-to-find European brands.

Conifer

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Look for MM6, Lizzie Fortunato jewelry, locally-made Job & Boss textiles and lots more at this Cow Hollow gem.

Erica Tanov

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Tanov is a Bay Area original who offers up super-feminine pieces in a neighborhood that has tons to offer. She also has locations in Berkeley and Marin.

UNIQLO (ユニクロ)

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Since SF has the only West Coast Uniqlo, you gotta go while you're here. It's also your chance for a quick trip around Union Square.

Reliquary

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Masterfully curated clothing, folk art, vintage jewelry, and accessories in one of SF's best shopping and eating neighborhoods.

Rare Device

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The neighborhood known as Nopa is blowing up, and this is a must-stop shop for handmade, well-designed, useful, beautiful clothing, as well as kid and home stuff.

Fiat Lux

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Teeny tiny, highly curated, and on your way to the Castro which is a must-visit on any San Francisco trip.

Viracocha

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This unique shop for vintage, repurposed and re-imagined clothing and stuff for the home has a secret speakeasy downstairs.

mira mira

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The Mission's Valencia Street is a can't-miss shopping destination, and just steps away on 22nd you'll find Mira Pickett's amazing collection of little-known (likely soon to explode) brands.

ACRE/SF

You have to walk up a steep hill to get to ACRE/SF, but that's requisite in this city, and totally worth it for covetable threads and Blue Bottle Coffee (!).

La Boutique

Jackson Square is possibly the quaintest neighborhood in SF. And La Boutique carries Freda Salvador shoes, Shourouk jewelry and lots of hard-to-find European brands.

Conifer

Look for MM6, Lizzie Fortunato jewelry, locally-made Job & Boss textiles and lots more at this Cow Hollow gem.

Erica Tanov

Tanov is a Bay Area original who offers up super-feminine pieces in a neighborhood that has tons to offer. She also has locations in Berkeley and Marin.

UNIQLO (ユニクロ)

Since SF has the only West Coast Uniqlo, you gotta go while you're here. It's also your chance for a quick trip around Union Square.

Reliquary

Masterfully curated clothing, folk art, vintage jewelry, and accessories in one of SF's best shopping and eating neighborhoods.

Rare Device

The neighborhood known as Nopa is blowing up, and this is a must-stop shop for handmade, well-designed, useful, beautiful clothing, as well as kid and home stuff.

Fiat Lux

Teeny tiny, highly curated, and on your way to the Castro which is a must-visit on any San Francisco trip.

Viracocha

This unique shop for vintage, repurposed and re-imagined clothing and stuff for the home has a secret speakeasy downstairs.

mira mira

The Mission's Valencia Street is a can't-miss shopping destination, and just steps away on 22nd you'll find Mira Pickett's amazing collection of little-known (likely soon to explode) brands.