Those hippies need to stop tripping and get a clue.
You can peace out without living in Baja hoodies and existing on biodynamic burritos.
New ecofriendly boutique Ladita could be today’s “miracle.”
The savvy addition to Bernal Heights is saving the world one soy sweater at a time. Ferm Living-adorned walls and Grandpa’s old school vinyls make for a cozy space brimming with certified organic, fair trade, and recycled treasures (and not of the water pipe variety).
You can still do the noodle in Mohop’s walnut wedges with recycled tire soles and a Stewart+Brown sundress. Keep it real in Del Forte denim trousers and Eco-Lux bamboo cardigans. While you’re at it, trade in that hemp zipper pouch for a Kim White clutch made from vintage car upholstery. Then ditch the patchouli oil.
And love the one you’re with.
Ladita, 827 Cortland Avenue, at Ellsworth Street (415-648-4397 or shopladita.com).