‘Tis the season! And how do I typically celebrate? By getting all dolled up and doing bougie things because #holidays — It’s a great excuse, am I right? 😉💄 No other time of year can I justify going to historic SF restaurants in black tie (👈 literally my family tradition every year). Feeling festive with a martini in hand is just how I like to send off the year… and in style of course! 💁🍸
Which brings me to my next point, holiday style. How good is this tux cape though!? Never seen one of these until this year, and immediately when I laid eyes upon J’Amy Tarr’s cape it I knew it would be the perfect piece to complete my stand out holiday look. 🙌🙌🙌
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Scroll to the end of this post for where I celebrate the holidays (aka eat and drink my face off) in SF!
So where do I like to celebrate holidays in the city?
You can’t go wrong with the trio of fancy hotels surrounding Huntington Park: The Mark Hopkins Hotel (with a gorgeous city view at Top of the Mark) , The Fairmont and the Scarlet Huntington. The latter, home to The Big 4 Restaurant, which is where my family dines in black tie every Christmas season. Black tie obviously not required, just festive and fun. 😛
Katie and I actually went on a early holiday dinner there a few weeks back and it was fabuloussssss!✨👯🍷 PRO TIP: Bring your own bottle of wine to make the meal more affordable but don’t skip out on a martini or gimlet first! DEF get the chicken pot pie and desert. YUMMM. Walking in the restaurant feels like stepping back into old time San Francisco, I love it.😍😍 Plus the added live pianist really sets the mood. ✨🎹✨
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Wearing // Robert Clergie via Lexington Standard Boutique (similar: here, here) / Pants: The Kooples (similar: here, here) / Shirt: Iorane (similar: here) / Tux Cape: J’Amy Tarr / Bracelet: Miansai / Purse: Chanel / Earrings: The 2 Bandits //
Colors (left to right) // Pantone 538 C / Pantone 642C (50%) / Pantone 419C / Pantone 5605C / Pantone 410C //