I want to extend a warm and loving THANK YOU to the Owner of Shoe Biz San Francisco, Mehran Esmaili!! And a hearty Cheers to all his incredible staff!
Mehran recently peeped the blog and loved StonerChíc, especially the posts featuring SUTRO shoes. In 1979 as Engineering students at SFSU, and with $1000 in savings from washing dishes at night, Mehran and his wife Nooshin opened their first Shoe Biz in the legendary Haight District (1420 Haight Street). Since then it has evolved, adding two more locations– 877 Valencia and 3810 24th Street– and each store has its own flair while being uniquely fun, creative, trendy, and 100% personal! Additionally, they have an incredibly remarkable array of k.i.l.l.e.r. shoes that are, as aforementioned trendy, but exquisitely exclusive. I love when I can shop knowing that I’ll have a distinct piece that not many others (if at all) will have… Shoe Biz’ tastes run the gamut from sneakers to pumps, boots to sandals and all things in between… Always with a marvelous selection, you are bound to leave the store with your tootsies happily and beautifully adorned!
Anywhooooo, where I was going with the thank you, it’s juicy… As a by product of seeing the blog, Mehran has sent me some beautiful booties that will be a perfect and welcome addition to my ever expanding shoe collection! Let me tell you, I am eager with the anticipation of wearing these beauties. They are so gorgeous. Both boots are Shoe Biz’ signature private label, SUTRO. Inspired by our stunning city by the bay, San Francisco is the backdrop to where the dashing young Man or Woman can be seen wearing these fine, handcrafted, artisan style leather shoes. Each pair is hand cut and hand stitched to perfection and the shoes are elegant with some styles having a refined and rustic flair. I highly recomment peeping the website: ShoeBizSF.com or visiting any of their 3 San Francisco, CA locations.
I hope you enjoy the pictures of my fab new SUTRO’s, xxoo StonerChíc
Starr Ankle Boot (black) & Market Ankle Boot (Tan)
Alternate Angles of the Market Bootie:
Alternate Angles of the Starr Bootie: