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Between planning how you'll get to Golden Gate Park, what you'll eat and which acts you'll see, you have enough matters to contemplate before Outside Lands starts. Figuring out where to shop while dealing with that other drama? Un-necessary. To make it easier, we've assembled 17 reliable SF spots that will outfit you (and go with your fab hair) for the festival weekend. Whether you're looking for jewelry, a new romper, or a kick-ass pair of boots, this map (organized roughly north to south), will take the edge off festival styling.

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Reliquary

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Gorgeous vintage clothing, jewelry, textiles, and other objects of desire. Proprietor Leah Bershad handpicks small designer lines and vintage items to create a unique collection. Go ahead: find your boho festival alter ego at Reliquary. [Photo]

Dish Clothing

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Dish has been in Hayes Valley long before it was an absolute must shopping destination (and even before that in Berkeley). In fact, it likely played a hand in making it one. You'll find lots of cool girl labels for the weekend—Rhie, Rachel Comey, Raquel Allegra, NDC and plenty of local designers as well. [Photo]

BellJar

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The shop's tagline is "gorgeous little things," and that about sums it up. Owner Sasha Darling carries apparel from Corey Lynn Calter, Funktional, Something Else, among other brands. Need a few ideas to pull all those gorgeous things together? Check out Sasha's Instagram for boho-chic inspo. [Photo: Patricia Chang]

Weston Wear

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Julie Weston is a San Francisco designer whose super-comfy, sometimes psychedelic-print dresses and skirts go from work to cocktails with ease. She's been designing, making and selling clothes in SF for a few decades now, and it all just keeps getting better. The prices are beyond reasonable, and her sale racks are unparalleled.

mira mira

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You'll find international brands in this shop that you won't find anywhere else. Owner Mira Pickett scours the globe for undiscovered designers so you can buy them first. A one of a kind OSL ensemble? Yes, please! [Photo]
This beautiful Noe Valley shop is the go-to for playful, tomboy-chic clothing and accessories, with an emphasis on quality and one-of-a-kind-ness. Think must-have Gitman Bros. button-downs, striped tops by Saint James and genius jeans by Raleigh Denim, Imogene + Willie, and Levi’s Made & Crafted.

Seedstore

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Sisters Jennifer and Cynthia Huie have curated the perfect mix of independent and established brands in the Inner Richmond. You'll find men's and women's classic but modern clothing. And you might even spot them at OSL. (They were at the festival last year!)

Freda Salvador

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Typically, we wouldn't recommend breaking in a new pair of shoes over a weekend when you'll be on your feet ALL THE TIME, but Fredas aren't just any ordinary shoes. Designers Megan Papay and Cristina Palomo-Nelson have zero tolerance for pain, so their funky boots and flats will see you through every festival set in style. [Photo]

The Podolls

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Lauren and Josh Podoll opened their first city boutique (joining its older baby in Burlingame) in early spring. Star of the show in the Noe Valley space: the married duo’s eco-friendly clothing line The Podolls. Also find their kids' line Podots, as well as Ryan Roche, Martiniano shoes, 6397 denim, Melissa Joy Manning jewelry, and more.

Les Mechantes

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For a local twist on your OSL look, mosey over to Ghirardelli Square to peruse Les Mechantes. Delores Arabian, Ashley Arabian, and Kathleen Ensign have filled their new, light-filled space with covetable Bay Area labels like Kamryn Dame, Marrin Costello, Capital Eyewear and Future Glory, in addition to their private-label caftans, hoodies, and t-shirts. [Photo]

Goorin Bros. Hat Shop

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The North Beach Goorin Bros. shop is the flagship, and it's the ideal spot to find a topper to shield your face from all those UV rays in Golden Gate Park. PIck up a wide-brimmed hat, and look hot while you fight sun damage. [Photo]

Bloomingdale's

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Free People is practically the official apparel supplier of festival season, and SF's Bloomie's has a substantial stock of Free People. If you're passing through Westfield, pick up a little floral or fringe somthing for yourself. [Photo]
Most of us aren't wearing concert pieces on the daily, so finding fast-fashion options that will look good on Insta is crucial. Leave it to H&M to keep you outfitted for the entire summer music season, from Coachella to our very own OSL. Pro-tip: Head straight for the Divided section on the left when you walk in. [Photo]

Forever 21

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Picture it: You have only one hour to shop, a $150 budget, and you need three outfits for OSL. At Forever 21, you can create your own America's Next Top Model styling challenge, and you're sure to come out with 3 solid looks for the weekend. The clothes may not last beyond that, but at least you'll have the memories. [Photo]

Cary Lane

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Nothing says festival style like piling on the jewelry, and Cary Lane is the place to bling it out on a budget. Wanna rock a ring on every finger? Check out the trays at the register and walk away with a handful of hardware for under $50. [Photo]

Crossroads Trading Co.

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If you're not shopping Crossroads for cutoff shorts and your hippie fringe shawls, you're missing out. This is the greener way to save money and satisfy that festival fashion bug. [Photo]

Wasteland

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Locals, tourists, new media, old media: everyone raves about the selection at Wasteland on Haight. This resell shop/vintage store always has Doc Marten's in stock, along with vintage rocker tees, furs, and all the pieces you need to bring that on-trend 70s look to Golden Gate Park this weekend. [Photo]

Reliquary

Gorgeous vintage clothing, jewelry, textiles, and other objects of desire. Proprietor Leah Bershad handpicks small designer lines and vintage items to create a unique collection. Go ahead: find your boho festival alter ego at Reliquary. [Photo]

Dish Clothing

Dish has been in Hayes Valley long before it was an absolute must shopping destination (and even before that in Berkeley). In fact, it likely played a hand in making it one. You'll find lots of cool girl labels for the weekend—Rhie, Rachel Comey, Raquel Allegra, NDC and plenty of local designers as well. [Photo]

BellJar

The shop's tagline is "gorgeous little things," and that about sums it up. Owner Sasha Darling carries apparel from Corey Lynn Calter, Funktional, Something Else, among other brands. Need a few ideas to pull all those gorgeous things together? Check out Sasha's Instagram for boho-chic inspo. [Photo: Patricia Chang]

Weston Wear

Julie Weston is a San Francisco designer whose super-comfy, sometimes psychedelic-print dresses and skirts go from work to cocktails with ease. She's been designing, making and selling clothes in SF for a few decades now, and it all just keeps getting better. The prices are beyond reasonable, and her sale racks are unparalleled.

mira mira

You'll find international brands in this shop that you won't find anywhere else. Owner Mira Pickett scours the globe for undiscovered designers so you can buy them first. A one of a kind OSL ensemble? Yes, please! [Photo]

Mill

This beautiful Noe Valley shop is the go-to for playful, tomboy-chic clothing and accessories, with an emphasis on quality and one-of-a-kind-ness. Think must-have Gitman Bros. button-downs, striped tops by Saint James and genius jeans by Raleigh Denim, Imogene + Willie, and Levi’s Made & Crafted.

Seedstore

Sisters Jennifer and Cynthia Huie have curated the perfect mix of independent and established brands in the Inner Richmond. You'll find men's and women's classic but modern clothing. And you might even spot them at OSL. (They were at the festival last year!)

Freda Salvador

Typically, we wouldn't recommend breaking in a new pair of shoes over a weekend when you'll be on your feet ALL THE TIME, but Fredas aren't just any ordinary shoes. Designers Megan Papay and Cristina Palomo-Nelson have zero tolerance for pain, so their funky boots and flats will see you through every festival set in style. [Photo]

The Podolls

Lauren and Josh Podoll opened their first city boutique (joining its older baby in Burlingame) in early spring. Star of the show in the Noe Valley space: the married duo’s eco-friendly clothing line The Podolls. Also find their kids' line Podots, as well as Ryan Roche, Martiniano shoes, 6397 denim, Melissa Joy Manning jewelry, and more.

Les Mechantes

For a local twist on your OSL look, mosey over to Ghirardelli Square to peruse Les Mechantes. Delores Arabian, Ashley Arabian, and Kathleen Ensign have filled their new, light-filled space with covetable Bay Area labels like Kamryn Dame, Marrin Costello, Capital Eyewear and Future Glory, in addition to their private-label caftans, hoodies, and t-shirts. [Photo]

Goorin Bros. Hat Shop

The North Beach Goorin Bros. shop is the flagship, and it's the ideal spot to find a topper to shield your face from all those UV rays in Golden Gate Park. PIck up a wide-brimmed hat, and look hot while you fight sun damage. [Photo]

Bloomingdale's

Free People is practically the official apparel supplier of festival season, and SF's Bloomie's has a substantial stock of Free People. If you're passing through Westfield, pick up a little floral or fringe somthing for yourself. [Photo]

H&M

Most of us aren't wearing concert pieces on the daily, so finding fast-fashion options that will look good on Insta is crucial. Leave it to H&M to keep you outfitted for the entire summer music season, from Coachella to our very own OSL. Pro-tip: Head straight for the Divided section on the left when you walk in. [Photo]

Forever 21

Picture it: You have only one hour to shop, a $150 budget, and you need three outfits for OSL. At Forever 21, you can create your own America's Next Top Model styling challenge, and you're sure to come out with 3 solid looks for the weekend. The clothes may not last beyond that, but at least you'll have the memories. [Photo]

Cary Lane

Nothing says festival style like piling on the jewelry, and Cary Lane is the place to bling it out on a budget. Wanna rock a ring on every finger? Check out the trays at the register and walk away with a handful of hardware for under $50. [Photo]

Crossroads Trading Co.

If you're not shopping Crossroads for cutoff shorts and your hippie fringe shawls, you're missing out. This is the greener way to save money and satisfy that festival fashion bug. [Photo]

Wasteland

Locals, tourists, new media, old media: everyone raves about the selection at Wasteland on Haight. This resell shop/vintage store always has Doc Marten's in stock, along with vintage rocker tees, furs, and all the pieces you need to bring that on-trend 70s look to Golden Gate Park this weekend. [Photo]