I am not a shopper. I have a few standbys, a simple black dress, a jean jacket, two pairs of nicer boots, one black, one brown. A random assortment of tank tops that probably need to be retired or only worn when cleaning or painting. Jeans, business clothes, some sweaters I don’t love but keep wearing. A special pair of pink heels I bought for myself sometime in the early 2000s in Paris that are my sparkly princess shoes, which I have never worn much to Isabelle and Tiare’s chagrin.
And while I have a random selection of clothes, what I have less of is style and the time to define my personal style. I think a lot of us are like that, because let’s face it, life is busy. We go with what works, but not necessarily what we love. Well, I have a solution for you, and it is painless.
Hear me out. This mobile fashion emporium has been around for a few years, but has a new owner who is passionate about not only making you look good, but also letting you have fun while shopping for that new look.
I was lucky enough to attend a Ladies Night at Liberty a few weeks ago and loved what I saw. From fun sweaters and great accessories to a series of basics all tailored to help you revamp your wardrobe. You’ll sip and nibble Liberty treats while you shop. Think of this as the go multi-tasking happy hour for you and your girlfriends; you’ll have time to catch up, shop and relax a bit. Plus you might find the perfect gift for the upcoming holidays or the perfect look for the upcoming holiday parties.
The Biggest Little Fashion Truck will also be at the Nevada Women’s Fund 9th Annual Power of the Purse on Friday, November 18 from 5 pm to 9 pm at the Grand Sierra Resort. The Biggest Little Fashion Truck will be one of more than 80 boutiques and artisans who join together for an amazing night of festive shopping that supports women and families in our community. Get your tickets here.
I had a few minutes to talk with Britton Murdock about her dedication to fashion, but also her dedication to Reno. Britton bought the Biggest Little Fashion Truck from Mayor Hillary Schieve, who worked closely with Britton to mentor her on how the manage the business and develop a business plan, she even took Britton on her first buying trip.
“I bring a unique shopping experience to Reno paired with unique clothing. I visit the Fashion District in LA once a month, so there are fresh new hot trends coming to the Truck every month, plus a line up of wardrobe staples we all need,” said Britton. You can learn more about Britton in the latest edition of Bliss Babe.
I love the thought of having the Biggest Little Fashion Truck drive up to a special party, or having Britton help me create a capsule wardrobe that is more about fun, and less about function.
Check out one of Reno’s newest entrepreneurs and defiantly check out the Biggest Little Fashion Truck.