Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better than food trucks, something bigger and better is hitting the streets: fashion! From New York City to Los Angeles, fashion is on the move all over the country. Fashion trucks are driving the latest styles to you, featuring everything from vintage to designer apparel, as well as shoes and accessories. Each mobile boutique is carefully curated to provide an intimate and efficient experience for the shopper. Though none exist in Philadelphia just yet, check out our list of nationwide trucks- visit them on your next trip home or shop online in the meantime. We’re sure it won’t be long until one of these fantastic trucks comes rolling our way.
From left to right: Vintage suit, $45 and vintage gown, $165 at Lodekka.
This double-decker is stationed in Portland, Oregon. They offer a selection of vintage and handmade pieces for men and women, as well as items available on their Etsy page. Be sure to check out their website for more info on location and hours.
From left to right: Floral blazer, $24, lace jacket, $58, and pants, $18, at Le Fashion Truck.
2. Le Fashion Truck
This truck rolls around Los Angeles featuring local designer clothing and accessories. Check out their website to shop online and find their next location.
From left to right: Chanel heels and Jil Sander oxford shoes, available for request on Bootleg’s website.
This is no ordinary Airstream trailer. Inside this Austin fashion truck you will find a fabulous selection of vintage and designer footwear. Check out their website to shop and learn more about Bootleg.
From left to right: Mysuelly ankle boots, $365 and Serpui Marie clutch, $228 at Styleliner.
This mobile boutique regularly cruises the streets of NYC, featuring shoes and accessories from designers all around the world. This traveling accessory mobile also features a pop-up shop in DC now through Christmas eve. Visit their website to check out their eclectic collection.
If you’re ever in one of these lucky cities, ditch the lunch break– there’s nothing more mouthwatering than scores of designers and deals rolling your way.
Images courtesy of Lodekka (1,2,3); Le Fashion Truck (4,5,6); Bootleg (7,8,9); Streamliner (10, 11, 12).
ummm Philadelphia has a truck by our Old City friend and neighbor, Smak Parlour.