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What if the Osso Steakhouse Deco Interior Were an Outfit?

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Last week, our food-focused sister site Eater SF ran a gallery of gorgeous images from the interior of Osso Steakouse, a new project from Jerry and Jennifer Dal Bozzo, who also own The Franciscan, The Stinking Rose, and The Old Clam House. The restaurant opened on Friday evening on the ground floor of Gramercy Towers in Nob Hill.

We're sure the food is great, but we were blown away by its gorgeous Great Gatsby-esque deco interior. Shiny black leather banquettes, a carpet of deep reds and pinks, a black and white chevron floor, and tinted green etched glass dividers got us jonesing to combine those aspects in an outfit. Look for a major high-low combo, with a gorgeous Equipment silk blouse and a black horn, gold and diamond bangle paired with a cute ASOS bag festooned with a bunny, and a deco-inspired black, gold and mint stretch bracelet, plus to-die loafers from SF's own Freda Salvador.

Equipment super vintage collarless washed-silk shirt, $218; Tripp NYC high-waised chevron pants, $71; Freda Salvador See Swarovski loafers, $365; Matthew Williamson milky neon pink, $389; Zeffira black horn bangle, $523; Style Tryst Aztec stretch bracelet, $32; ASOS rabbit cross body bag, $37
Photo of Osso by Patricial Chang
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