PHOTOS: New Trucks Driving D.C. Fashion

Fashion trucks are the latest on-wheels trend hitting D.C. streets.

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Amanda Hancock
The style of The Thread Truck isn't super corporate or too casual, says Jordan -- it's right in between.
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Sharlia Lee
Street Boutique opens its doors several times a week, sometimes going to more than one neighborhood per day.
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Amanda Hancock
Fashion trucks are the latest on-wheels trend hitting D.C. streets. Here, the Thread Truck sits curbside on Lynn Street for Fashion Truck Friday in Rosslyn.
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Amanda Hancock
Brooke Jordan says she loves driving The Thread Truck, but hasn't given up on owning a brick-and-mortar store someday.
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Brooke Jordan
One of the perks of The Thread Truck: There's almost always a sale rack.
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Amanda Hancock
Sharlia Lee, owner of Street Boutique, tries to bring a West-Coast style to the D.C. area.
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Amanda Hancock
Sharlia Lee makes sure everything in Street Boutique is reasonably priced, saying "Who can really afford those $200 jeans?"
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Amanda Hancock
Even Street Boutique's license plate has its own sense of style.
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Sharlia Lee
Step inside Street Boutique, and it's easy to forget it's on wheels.
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Sharlia Lee
Street Boutique opens its doors several times a week, sometimes going to more than one neighborhood per day.
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Georgette Littlejohn learned to drive when she was 13 and says she can drive any kind of vehicle. For her, the G Truck is the best of both worlds: fashion and driving.
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The G Truck sells anything from vintage pieces to designer labels.
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Amanda Hancock
The style of The Thread Truck isn't super corporate or too casual, says Jordan -- it's right in between.
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At the new Fashion Truck Fridays event in Rosslyn, customers can check out Street Boutique, The Thread Truck and the G Truck all in a row.
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