>Tobi Fashion Show Picks, SoMa, SF.

>So NYC Fashion Week just finished up and, while you can browse all of the looks on Style.com, they’re Spring 2009 collections. That means, even if you had the money to get the pricey designer goods, the runway looks won’t hit the stores until next Spring.

The great thing about Tobi.com’s fashion show last Friday is the looks are available now. I mean, Tobi.com is an online boutique, right? The looks aren’t cheap, but are certainly more affordable. Here are my picks from the show and how to get the looks..

Julie Short Hat by Grace Hats.
Natalia Blouse by Lover.
Dallas Vest by Mike & Chris. I’m pretty much obsessed with this vest. The unbuttoned vest has been a hot indie look for awhile now, but you can button up and use a vest like you would a belt, to give more shape to a loose tunic or dress.
Oxy Leggins by Kova & T.

Benny Dress by Diane von Furstenberg.
Sengye Jacket by Suh-Tahn. Tobi has a fabulous selection of leather jackets.
Wide Jersey Belt by Rachel Pally.
I really love this two-tone double-breasted coast, but couldn’t find it on the site. Here are some alternate suggestions..
Cotton Stripe Hooded Cardigan by Morphine Generation.
Chalat Tweet Pea Coat by Ben Sherman.
Slim Straight Leg Jean by Rag & Bone. I’m just a huge fan, but Rag & Bone jeans really do look hot on men.
Novack Dress by Mischen. I think every woman should have one really great print dress. The thing is, it absolutely must fit right. That way, having the great fit and bold print will be enough–no accessories needed! It’s like having a little black dress, but edgier. I say that because both are so easy–you can have them in your closet as your go-to for when nothing seems to look right.

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