Thanks to the Northwest's penchant for all things mobile—by that, we mean food trucks—it probably surprises very few that clothing boutiques have followed suit.
Three pioneers of the mobile boutique movement, J. Project, The Kippy Ding Ding, and Closet Space, will congregate at the Fremont Market on Sunday, August 19 to show off their deals on wheels. And the next Mobile Food Rodeo? You'll find the same fashion-to-go trucks parked alongside the best tacos and pulled pork sandos around.
Here's the scoop on these three mobile style-makers.
Port Townsend-based shopkeeper Rosie Itti's Closet Space is the only boutique of the three slinging crisp, brand new merchandise. Still deeply ingrained with a love for all things vintage, Itti draws much of the inspiration for her designs from the fashions of years past. Find reasonably-priced jewelry and cute, feminine basics in Itti's space; but if you can't make it, check out her online shop.