Have you heard of The Nomad Truck? It’s a wandering fashion boutique that cruises New York City in great style!
This Nomad Truck we’re talking about is actually a “wandering fashion boutique offering a handpicked selection of ladies’ fashions from the back of a retrofitted delivery truck”.
You’ll be able to find amazing curated items from boho fashion pieces, to handmade jewelry. They are all carefully selected by he Founder, Jessie Goldenberg.
It’s definitely a different shopping experience and we incentivize you to try it!
Furthermore, keep your eyes opened for the truck can be found in diverse locations. From street fairs, flea markets and colleges, too popping up on the streets of Flatiron, Soho, the Village, Williamsburg, and other parts of the city!
Take a look online to find our where she’ll be parking next, during the week!
A bit more about how it all started:
“In 2013, I quit my full time job and bought a 24-foot aluminum box truck which I fittingly named Bertha. My 5-foot 2-inch stature needed two pillows to reach the gas and brake petals on Bertha. But, ask anyone around, I drove her like a champ.
The goal was to convert Bertha into a bohemian boutique-on-wheels. While the idea sounds like it came to me on a whim, many sleepless nights pouring over a business plan. And still, strategizing over fundraising, and maneuvering the intricate details of starting a business ensued.
The build out was a true labor of love with my family and friends donating their nights and weekends, time and skill. This was to make true this far-fetched idea I had of a traveling store a la gypsy caravan.
I will never be able to thank them enough. Nomad – The Wandering Fashion Boutique, took her maiden voyage from Brooklyn to the University of Delaware on April 10th 2013. ” ~ read more on the website.
In addition, see below a super cool video of Jessie’s adventure around the US!
In conclusion, we love the story, the idea, the products and the pursuit of a dream!
So, if you want to explore other Boho stores, you might want to take a look at this selection of some of the top Brooklyn vintage stores.
Photo Credit: Courtesy of The Nomad Truck