Dynasty, history, underdogs, all different kinds of words were thrown around today to describe the Giants win last night but at the end of the day this is what we are. Champions.
After a tough loss in baseball last night I felt we needed to get something non-baseball related out there. Looking longingly outside for a clue of what I was feeling, I came upon it. The sun: that orange orb of recently non-stop brightness. It made me miss the fog, the chill winds and our opportunity to rock some classic San Francisco light sweaters. From left to right: Brunch, Sailing, Opera, Yacht Club.
A quick respite is all I have to post today. Our store has been packed from open to close with Giants fans and the occasional Royals fan hoping to get a hoodie for AT&T Park. We are almost sold out of our World Series Tee's but come by and grab one of the last limited edition beauties from this post. If you have a tattoo of the three P's it's free. Panik, Panda, Pence.
The only logical continuation of our last post. The Giants win a trip to the World Series. In a crowded Marina Bar, my hand on the 'send" button, and this is the result. Limited Edition World Series 2014 Tee's available in the store as of this post.
We thought about waiting til the end of the game to post but: 1. Who knows how many innings we go tonight (18? no way) 2. Operating a computer after some Thirsty Thursday hijinx is near impossible. This will be on our window all weekend, regardless of the outcome. Go Giants!
We've been here all day. Since 1 pm watching our Giants and slinging t-shirts.
It's these foggy San Francisco Tuesdays that remind you of where you are. San Diego will always be sunny, New York will always have Fall, but foggy overcast days are all San Francisco. That's why we need all this orange, to make sure we can see each other. #justsfthings
It's not really every Tuesday, but you can't escape the Weekday Name Game when posting online (throwback thursday, #wormholewednesday). Brand new product from our procurement center (up the stairs) for fleet week. #fleetweekfriday
Whenever a vendors asks me why I'm not ordering more jacket's, sweater, scarves; I get up from my desk and snap this:
It might only be 84 degrees but in The City it feels like a hundred, have a great weekend San Francisco, stop by ours and check out some weather appropriate clothes (I'm looking at you, GAP Peacoats).