Create and Cultivate San Francisco

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Create & Cultivate San Francisco review featured by top US life and style blog, Haute Beauty Guide: image of a woman wearing Grayson + Kut from the Kloth

Create and Cultivate San Francisco

Create and Cultivate FINALLY came to the bay area and it was one of my favorites so far!  A ton of the brands were local and California based like Bluejay electric bikes, Codex beauty, Tamara Mellon, Biossance, and Olipop. This year’s speaker lineup was great– a few returning faves like Skinny Confidential and some new ones I enjoyed like Allison from The A-List PR.  Overall, it was a great day spent with some ah-mazing women and I can’t wait until the next one!

The location this year was an old car dealership so each level was a giant ramp instead of chairs.  ROUGH on the feet.  I was so tired after the day that I had to soak in a  Bath.  I should have done a comfy-chic trainer shoe but for some reason went with a small heel!  It looked super cute but was brutal by the end of the day. Glad I decided to wear comfy jeans and a button-down shirt!  The weather was around 90 and so hot I was melting but I stayed comfy in my outfit.  Some girls were MELTING in the full face of makeup and blazers.

IF you are looking for a bit of inspiration I recommend attending one of their workshops. See more here.

What I Wore at Create and Cultivate San Francisco

Shirt: Grayson☀️ // jeans: Kut from the Kloth ☀️// Shoes: Gucci // Necklace: Gorjanna ☀️// Purse: Chanel via Fashionphile ☀️// Eye pallet: 100% Pure ☀️ // Lipstick: Charlotte Tilbury Pillow talk

WHAT ABOUT YOU? Have you been to Create and Cultivate in San Francisco before? What did you think? Share in a comment below!
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