west coast we’re bringing you our Guest Hunter, Robin Scholle. After living in NYC for many years, Robin has now settled in San Fransisco with her husband, their dog and 2 cats. She enjoys good coffee, art, music and all things natural. She studied photography and design (and lucky for her, she is very talented at both). She’s genuine, funny and is just someone you always want to be around. Not to mention she’s got killer style and is one of my dearest friends!
So, from tasty treats to Bay Area gems, this beautiful lady has some real good stuff to share – and you can find it all HERE.
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We all know..
kids have a lot of personality and a ton of style that they’re always down to express. Urban Sunday is a company out of California that helps boys (and girls) from 0-12 express their individuality through their line of anything-but-stuffy ties and bowties. They come with the knot pre-tied and stitched in place as well as adjustable neck straps made from a super-soft Velcro so you can play with the tightness. From bright plaids to bold stripes to polka dots and less traditional prints like bicycles and skulls, these are styles little ones are going to want to wear.
Photo: Urban Sunday