Jul 18, 2012

Mobile Fashion Truck Hits the Streets of Seattle


Say hello to Kippy Ding Ding, Seattle's newest (and only) vintage fashion mobile.  Owners Allison and Amanda noticed that the city had a need for a mobile fashion boutique and decided to retrofit a 1965 Aristocrat Mainliner and stock it with vintage apparel, accessories and housewares. "We have a rule when it comes to vintage clothing. You have to try it on and you have to add a belt," says Allison. 


The stylish duo met by chance at a Queen Anne cafe and decided to go into business together.  They stock a little bit of everything including handbags, belts, sunglasses, jewelry, vintage dresses, shoes and home decor. 


Meet Kippy this weekend in the parking lot of the Interbay Whole Foods from 11am-4pm.  You can also follow Kippy Ding Ding on Twitter @TheKippy to find out where she'll be next. Hooray! Or, as Kippy would say, "Yay Vintage!"


4 comments:

sree wify said...

Keep up-to-date with the latest fashion trends. Fashion styles are constantly changing, and good designers have to stay current. Read fashion magazines, watch fashion shows and associate with other aspiring designers. Thanks.
Regards,
Fashion Advice

bittersweetproject said...

I love this idea. I'll have to go check them out this weekend. It seems that everyone in Seattle is going mobile – food trucks, hair salons, grocery stores. I was entertaining the idea of a mobile jewelry studio when I couldn't find a studio space.

-Seattle Savvy Insider- said...

It makes sense to me! Not having to pay rent in a specific location gives you so much flexibility! Let me know what you think after you check them out!
xoxo

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