Remember the movie Wholesale Corsets , “Confessions of A Shopaholic”? Rebecca Bloomwood is drowning in debt because of being a shopping addict and hides to his bank collector. In San Francisco though, shopaholics need not to make up stories just to buy that green scarf, or hide from your bank collector; shopping San Francisco style can be a breeze, both for the budget constrained and the rich shopper.
Union Square, Haight-Ashbury, Hayes Valley, the Mission, upper Fillmore, Fisherman’s Wharf shops, Sacramento Street, Chinatown and San Francisco Shopping Center are among the many places that shoppers can do their holiday shopping, sale hunting or just shopping in general. They have one-of-a-kind shops that offer unique style to fit any shopper’s mood, need and style.
Westfield San Francisco Centre mall and nearby stores are perfect for tourists and visitors. The largest American clothing stores are found in here. Some of which are Abercrombie and Fitch, Bebe and victoria’s Secret. The Pier 39 is another shopping center that caters to every shopper. There are many specialty stores that guests can visit and if ever they get tired, there are restaurants were they can experience delicious foods while enjoying the view from the pier.womens lingerie stores
For people who are budget constrained, shopping in Polk Street is for you. Low-end but stylish clothing stores are available in the area. Affordable retail outfit shops are also up for grabs for people who want to look like a star under a hundred bucks.
Shopping San Francisco has never been better especially for people who have eccentric and unique choices. Mission Street shopping is perfect for people who like funky and ethnic buys. They have snakeskin boots, hunting hats and other unique choices that will really shout “YOU!” On the other hand, Hayes Valley shopping center is perfect for the artsy types. Art galleries, interior design studios, boutiques and stores offering anything but ordinary items are available in different stores. (4)