"Sometimes people drive by and they're like, 'Is that a food truck? What is it?'"
It's actually Go Go Chic, amobile fashion truck based out of Milledgeville, founded by entrepreneur Karla Boston in May of 2011.
But it came at a cost.
"We sold almost everything we had in our home," Boston said.
For a tiny truck and a big dream.
"It was just an old, beat up truck," Boston said.
With some serious handiwork and re-modeling, Boston transformed that truck into a bright pink traveling boutique that carries sizes 0 to 3X.
Boston says she handpicks each item in her traveling store by bargain hunting and thrift shopping.
She brings clothes to your home or work, and hosts shopping events in the truck for larger groups.
"It's all about convenience," Boston said. "If it's convenient for you for me to come to your work on your lunch break, that's what we're going to do."
She even travels with the truck to events out-of-state. So far, she's been to Alabama and South Carolina to host shopping parties for women who book the truck.
After all, she can just drive right up to a doorstep.
On Thursday, Boston hosted a shopping party for Georgia College's Kappa Delta sorority.
Kelley Quinn bought two pairs of textured leggings for $30 altogether.
"It's more personalized where you can actually find what you're looking for," Quinn said. "Instead of a huge department store where you don't really know what's going on."
After two years, Boston says her dream has come to life and that her hard work is finally paying off.
She says now, she's been able to get some furniture back into her home.
Go Go Chic does not have a set schedule or location. For more information on booking Go Go Chic, visit Go-GoChic.Com.
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