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Guess what two baseball-loving-never-been-to-ATT-Park-people did the moment they landed in San Francisco? I'll give you a hint: it rhymes with shmaseball shame.
Madewell: Slub Pocket V-Neck [comes in a ton of other colors & is only $20!] / AG: Distressed Denim / Chanel: Cap Toe Flats [similar] / Giants: Baseball Hat / Fendi: 2jours Petite Bag / Orange: Belt [old] / TOMS: Black Sunglasses
In all honesty, half the reason I wanted to go to SF for this trip was to see a game. I've heard so many amazing things about the park and while I don't believe a lot of the hype, I can promise you that it is 110% true. The park was so amazing and (as of right now) in my top three favorite parks with Wrigley (Chicago Cubs) and Fenway (Boston Red Sox), which means it's up there with really great company.
If you're ever in the area, please stop by AT&T Park because it's an amazing place to watch the game. From the stadium itself, the surrounding area, the food and the team, to the fans who fill the stadium every night, the whole experience is one of a kind!
Andrew and I got there before the gates even opened and checked out Public House, the bar attached to the park. The place was really cool and had such a fun vibe and you could even enter the park this way (beer included). So when the gates opened, we walked around and then made our way to the field.
To eat, I grabbed a crab sandwich from Crazy Crab'z (it was so so so delicious) and the famous garlic fries from Gilroy Garlic (free mints with every purchase). Both were filling and just what I needed to get the true SFG experience.
For my outfit I decided to keep it relatively simple with distressed jeans, a simple black t-shirt, comfortable flats (we walked to and from the game), and some orange and black accessories (see: hat & belt).
Not going to lie when I say it was hard to dress for the game. Orange and black together? How do you not look Halloween ready with those colors? My favorite thing to do for baseball games now, especially ones I don't have a strong loyalty to (meaning ones I wouldn't buy $100 shirts for) is to buy a hat. You'll always wear a hat and it's not a bad thing to have a lot of.
People in SF are pretty casual and super casual to Giants games so no need to get crazy when you're there. One tip before I leave you: bring a jacket! It gets super cold at night and the cheapest sweatshirt at the game was $60. Ain't nobody got time for that.
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