Gala-worthy gowns fit for the San Francisco Symphony

Gala-worthy gowns fit for the San Francisco Symphony

While there is no official dress code for the San Francisco Symphony, you might see some of these glamour gowns on the red carpet Wednesday at the San Francisco Symphony Opening Night Gala, which celebrates its 100th season this fall. Lengthy, train-trailing dresses will shimmer and shimmy alongside higher cocktail hemlines as SF society steps out for one of the most anticipated nights of the year.

Click on the picture for a photo gallery of gowns.

SHOPS

BCBG Max Azria

  • 331 Powell St., San Francisco
  • (415) 362-7360
  • www.bcbg.com

Betsey Johnson

  • 160 Geary St., San Francisco
  • (415) 398-2516
  • www.betseyjohnson.com

Bloomingdale’s

  • 845 Market St., San Francisco
  • (415) 856-5300
  • www.bloomingdales.com

Neiman Marcus

  • 150 Stockton St., San Francisco
  • (415) 362-3900
  • www.neimanmarcus.com

Nordstrom

  • 845 Market St., San Francisco
  • (415) 243-8500
  • www.nordstrom.com

Saks Fifth Avenue

  • 384 Post St., San Francisco
  • (415) 986-4300
  • www.saksfifthavenue.com

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Gala-worthy gowns fit for the San Francisco Symphony

Gala-worthy gowns fit for the San Francisco Symphony

Gala-worthy gowns fit for the San Francisco Symphony

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