Curator: Astral Riles
What persuades you do buy a fashion item online? Is it the price, the display, the maker, or a combo of them all?
Lately, I have noticed that a lot of fashion trucks, boutique shops, etc are selling their items via social media (i.e. Instagram and Facebook). Considering this, it is ideal for photos to be clean, crisp and enticing. Mastering the art of the “flat lay” is critical for the optimum fashion ensemble pic! Piece together how you would suggest wearing the item in order to give the “customer” an idea of what they will be getting and/or how they should wear it. Lay it all out on the ground…and then snap a photo of it. I LOVE seeing photos of hott outfits laid out like this.
Here are a few of my fav mobile boutique fashion finds:
Please note that some mobile boutiques also have online stores. Check out their pages on FindaFashionTruck.com to learn more.
Ginger Lily Boutique (Witchita, Kansas)
Hobo The Original (St. Annapolis, Maryland)
Boutique A Go-Go (Scottsdale, Arizona)
L Squared (Mooresville, North Carolina)
Madison Boutique (Plymouth, Michigan)
The Ditsy Daisy (Chelsea, Alabama)
e. Allen Boutique (Nashville, Tennessee)
Two Old Hippies (Nashville, Tennessee)
Mod Owl (Orange County, California)
Via Rove (Hoboken, New Jersey)
Hazel Twenty (Asheville, North Carolina)