Quintessential Stay in San Francisco.

Every favorite television show and every favorite movie growing up somehow related to one city in the world: San Francisco, California. 

Since it's better to see something in person once than to hear about it a thousand times, I decided to finally visit the city where most of my movie and show references originated from and where my love for all things film and television started.

Before heading out to Mrs. Doubtfire's house and the Painted Ladies, my friends and I checked in at Hotel G. Located at Mason and Geary, a 1909 building is modernized into a beautiful and gorgeously crafted boutique hotel that was just beyond aesthetically pleasing to me. If first impressions are really everything, I vocalized how much I loved the classic and modern charm before I even reached the front desk.

Every room is equipped with modern amenities. The Greatest King had everything that makes me feel so at home. Aside from the comfy couch and the flat screen, Hotel G created a customized internet access that only my friends and I can use (very cool!) I also personally enjoyed the plush Terry cloth robes, the Nespresso coffee maker, the Bigelow toiletries and the pillow-top Beauty Rest mattress (it was so comfortable, it felt like I was sleeping on a cloud.)

Surrounded by such quintessential people and environment, I was inspired to wear a quintessential outfit for my first San Francisco excursion.

My first trip to San Francisco was everything and more and I'm so sure it won't be the last.

In collaboration with Hotel G in San Francisco;

As well as Fashion Bunker and The Fifth Label.

Wearing Tell The Story Dress from their Artisan drop.