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Thursday, June 04, 2015

Bungalow 33, the fashion truck is coming

We always talk about food trucks, well, I do, anyway, but what about a fashion truck? Bungalow 33 is a women's mobile fashion boutique carrying contemporary brands at a mid-level price point (you can find things for $6 from candle/fashion accessories to a $19 tank top, as well as a pantsuit for $180). They offer clothing to accommodate for that effortlessly chic look to that statement must-have dress.  

The jewelry lines are easy to wear, not flashy, and one line is by a fellow Grovite, Cecilia Gonzales.



Bungalow 33 is social media driven as they will be popping up in various locations and using their social media outlets to let people know where they are. They will be at Berries in the Grove on Friday, June 12, from about 3 to 6 pm and they are waiting to get confirmation from The Car Wash on a potential collaboration. "In addition to these "pop-ups," we also host home parties, offer unique and creative gift ideas for the ladies, do fundraisers, and work with businesses such as nail salons, fitness centers, etc." says Michelle Applebaum, owner of Bungalow 33.


A little side note about Michelle, she previously owned a pet grooming salon and boutique on South Beach for 6 1/2 years and sold it upon deciding to start a family. Now married, with a 10 month old son, living in Coconut Grove and fulfilling a passion and dream of having her own women's boutique.

You can get more info from Michelle by emailing info@bungalow33boutique.com or calling 786 606-9003. You can book the truck, too.

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So why not allow food trucks?

June 04, 2015 7:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a good idea - - - - to beat high rents, however, you can't get a lot of diversity; color, size, & style into such a small space. And I don't think many people can adapt to the thought that they can dress stylish while on the inside of a truck, air conditioned or not. Yet a lot of people go to thrift stores for example and the RED, WHITE & BLUE on NW 62'd Avenue comes to mind. It's the size of a football field and my closet has about $25,000.00, worth of high end clothing, which I never wear and paid probably about $1,000.00 for. And you see hundreds of well dressed women shopping there daily because there is no end to variety. Good luck Michelle, it's a good concept. Jobie Steppe

June 04, 2015 11:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to see it to believe it...great amount of inventory, color, size and variety...it's all there..not as small as you think...very shoppable,cozy boutique! Great concept and even better execution.

June 04, 2015 2:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there a website?

June 04, 2015 3:38 PM  

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