Mobile Fashion Trucks Coming To Bethesda Farm Women's Market

Mobile Fashion Trucks Coming To Bethesda Farm Women's Market

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A group of locally-based mobile fashion retailers will be the newest feature to hit the historic Bethesda Farm Women's Market. Starting today, the market will hold what it's calling "Women on the Move Wednesday," during which mobile boutiques and fashion trucks will sell their wares on Wednesdays this spring and summer from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Today, that will mean the debut of Tin Lizzy, a fair trade boutique in a renovated step van that stocks clothing, jewelry, accessories and gifts, mostly in the $10-$25 range. "Mobile boutiques and fashion trucks provide a variety of merchandise for women in a unique shopping experience. Each fashion truck is independently owned and operated and based in Maryland," according to an announcement. "The Bethesda Farm Women's Market is celebrating local female entrepreneurship by hosting a rotating array of fashion trucks in Bethesda every week." Tin Lizzy started last year, when owner, manager and driver Laura Layton renovated an old van to start her mobile fashion business. The Bethesda Farm Women's Market (7155 Wisconsin Avenue) has been trying to freshen up its offerings to attract more customers. The market opened in 1932 and is open every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Photo via Tin Lizzy

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