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Bell Jar

Former art director Sasha Wingate had a vision for her new shop: dark, gothic, and a bit twisted, but ultimately really gorgeous. It's an aesthetic that's mirrored in every inch of her opulent spot, which feels like the sanctuary of a sorceress of the dark arts. There's lots of clothing, but the selection particularly shines when you zero in on the home goods, sourced from as far away as the flea markets of China (busts, antique glove molds, opalescent vases).

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Candystore Collective

A Willy Wonka–esque wall of candy behind the register—from swirled lollipops the width of Frisbees to caramels in retro wrappings—provides a serious distraction as you step inside. But those who can work their way past the counter will find loads of girly clothing labels like Built by Wendy and regional designers such as She-bible and Mixie.

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Ellie Olson

This enduring spot (the owner recently changed the name from its original, Minnie Wilde) is a retro-modern wonderland, complete with paintings of stampeding horses and handpicked Danish consoles. Beyond the excellent house line of hooded capes, there are well-priced Manoush dresses and dead-stock Jordache denim.

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Ladita

The slightly hippieish Bernal Heights has a relaxed, residential feel, and this is a terrific new eco-centric retail foothold in the area. Owner Christine Kay carries Stewart + Brown sweaters and earth-minded denim from James Jeans.

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Painted Bird

Operating as a bit of a co-op (you can trade clothes for store credit or just pay the regular way), this vintage boutique displays only the most on-trend, pristine pieces—which means there's a plethora of affordable leather bombers and mod dresses. It also carries new denim from Cheap Monday and a handful of locally based designers like Featherwitch.

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Paxton Gate

Probably most famous for its impressive wall of rare—and for sale—taxidermy and exotic nursery (obscure air plants, succulents, and ferns predominate), Paxton Gate focuses on bizarre, naturally occurring phenomena. It also sells an enviable range of jewelry: There are tiny gold pendants cast after bird bones and necklaces dotted with mollusk-like charms.

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Jackson Square & Union Avenue

Lucky's favorite stores in San Francisco's Jackson Square/Union Avenue neighborhood!

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Chariots on Fire

Hidden behind frosted garage doors in an otherwise boutique-less stretch of the city, Chariots on Fire is an unparalleled resource for jewelry you’d be hard-pressed to locate anywhere else on the West Coast. Scott Wilson’s net-like crocheted necklaces are arranged on stacks of white paper next to one-of-a-kind woven bracelets from Romy Derman and futuristic chokers pieced together with chips of mirror by Stefano Poletti.

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Eden & Eden

Filling a pie-shaped wedge on a sunny corner, Eden & Eden is devoted to goods from Britain, including Tatty Devine necklaces cast after giant zippers, Rococo teal goblets, and fluorescent yellow wallpaper reproductions of bus schedules. Even though the merchandise is all readily available in the U.K., the assortment is so spot-on that many of its online orders come from London-based clients.

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Jeremys

Jeremy Kidson opened this gigantic department store-sized outlet immediately after high school in the late '80s, presenting current-season collections from some of fashion's biggest names at a fraction of retail prices.

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