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Tienlyn Jacobson is a writer specializing in fashion and beauty. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she has lived in numerous cities including Melbourne, Beijing, New York, and Los Angeles but still considers San Francisco to be home. She has a double Bachelors in Art and Sociology, but after a brief stint at FIDM for fashion marketing, she found herself with a serious obsession for fashion and has been heavily involved in the industry ever since. When she is not writing about fashion or beauty, she is most likely writing music with her husband, taking photos, styling photoshoots, or obsessing over eco friendly foods.

Acrimony Boutique in Hayes Valley

Nestled in Hayes Valley is a place I like to go when the world seems to lose its edge. Like a bittersweet shot of espresso, Acrimony sharpens the senses and awakens the palate, administering a jolt the moment you step over the threshold. You know, that overtaking rush when surrounded by too many rare objects of desire at one time, often leading to intoxicated self arguments as to whether this month’s paycheck might be best spent, nay, ‘invested’ in a new wardrobe.

Despite the risk of losing the rent money, the trip is always worth it. Acrimony is fully stocked with unique, elusive pieces such as the zebra striped skinny cropped Haina pant by Rodebjer, Minimarket’s Puppet shirt with cut strapped elbow or the beyond perfect Grey Drape 2 piece dress by Kai-Aakmann. The selective on-trend merchandise is beautifully constructed and although some pieces are slightly pricey what you are paying for is something that will remain with you season after season, outlasting the lesser quality items in your closet.

There is also an excellent men’s section filled with well-structured items from brands such as Odyn Vovk and Rad by Rad Hourani. The staff is fantastic as well and have definitely done their homework. Not only are they willing to help you with whatever you need, but also they are informative about the designers on hand.

 

 

WHERE:

Acrimony
333 Hayes Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Ph. 415-861-1025

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