Haute Wheels

Pull over food trucks, it’s time to make room for FASHION TRUCKS! From the runways to the roadways, styles found its place in the streets! What began as an underground indie movement is quickly gaining steam with fashionistas coast-to-coast. In a struggling economy, mobile stores provide shop owners a more cost-friendly way to run their businesses. Many of these boutiques-on-the-go connect with shoppers via Twitter and Facebook to allow followers to find them no matter where they are. Here are The Blonde and The Brunette’s top truck picks!

Le Fashion Truck. Los Angeles, CA (above and below)

What it sells: As L.A.’s first fashion truck entrepreneurs, they offer cute finds from local designers like Spectre, vintage goodies, and co-owner Jeanine Romo’s own jewelry line Alex and Vina. This truck is perfect for channeling your inner Zooey Deschanel. How to find it: lefashiontruck.com

The Vintage Mobile. Dallas, TX

What it sells: all kinds of quirky treasures from cowboy boots to retro dresses and fun heels in their bright green school bus. They even stock knick knacks like mugs, frames, and candle holders found at garage sales, eBay, and thrift stores. How to find it: thevintagemobile.com

TMR Rolling Record Store. Detroit, MI

What it sells: fresh pressed vinyl and t-shirts from Jack Whites “Third Man Records” music label. How to find it: Follow on Twitter @ThirdManRRS

The Styleliner, New York & Palm Beach

What it sells: Limited-edition accessories from around the world.  How to find it: Follow on Twitter @TheStyleliner

Bootleg Austin. Austin, TX

What it sells: Hard to locate shoes such as Esquivel, J Shoes & more. How to find it: Follow on Twitter @Bootleg Austin

Lodekka Double-Decker. Portland, OR

What it sells: Thrift-store finds. From vintage dresses to awesome men’s ties, the treasures inside this rehabbed British coach will keep you finding treasures till night fall. Where to find it: Follow on Twitter @lodekkapdx

The Flower Truck. Los Angeles, CA

What it sells: Single blooms and big bouquets. This converted ice cream truck is the sweetest smelling wagon in town! How to find it: Follow on Twitter @theflowertruck

Step out your front door and go shopping!

Xx. Jadan Huter