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What the Goorin Bros. Team Wears to Work; Where to Sweat on Thanksgiving; 15 Stores That Will Sell You a Party Look for Under $150; More!

Welcome to On the Racked, where Racked SF editor Robyn Hagan Cain shares the top fashion, beauty and fitness news of the week.

SoMa—Leave it to the staff at Goorin Bros. to work hats into office attire. Overachievers.

SAN FRANCISCO—Are you staying in town next week? Are you hitting the gym? Here's a map of studios open on Thanksgiving Day.

SAN FRANCISCO—Shopping for perfume or home fragrance? Start with this map. Need a party dress for under $150? Check out these stores. Need to fund all those purchases? This app will help you sell your old clothes.

SOMA—Three local artists are suing designer Roberto Cavalli for ripping off their mural, and they've added more fancy stores to the lawsuit.

COW HOLLOW—Sui Generis moved their women's collections to Cow Hollow last weekend. Now the Castro stores are getting a revamp, too.

HAYES VALLEY—Warby Parker is opening a store on Hayes. Can hipster eyewear succeed without the delayed gratification of online ordering?

SAN FRANCISCO—It's chilly and rainy. Here's a refresher on how and where to shop for fall.

BERKELEY—That new Sports Basement across the bay is finally open. Berkeley Iceland is dead. Long live the Sports Basement.

SAN FRANCISCO—Pet Week is over, but we'll always have this photo of dogs wearing ties. And this map of the city's prettiest dog parks.