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FashionVanGo is a fashion boutique-on-the-go based in West St. Louis County. It provides a unique and fun shopping experience for fashionable women of all ages who enjoy wearing comfortable but stylish clothes at work, out on the town or at home.

The fashion truck —formerly a bread truck — has been fitted as a rolling boutique complete with full-length mirrors and a dressing room. A wood floor, custom cabinetry and an always-changing collection of clothes complete the boutique look and feel.

Easy shopping for busy women

Fashion truck owner Amy Gallant loves good quality, unique clothing. She has an eye for the latest trends, a passion for jewelry that sparkles, and loves colorful clothes that feel soft and comfortable. But as a mom who has worked as a full-time teacher, she knows how hard it is to juggle looking good with the demands of a job and family commitments.

She started FashionVanGo so that busy women can shop for boutique clothing in a way that is both fun and manageable. Because, when the fashion boutique comes to you, even the most time-pressed moms and career women can fit shopping into their over-stuffed schedules.

FashionVanGo means you can…

Say goodbye to schlepping across town to find the perfect top or accessory.

Shout adiós to click-and-cross-your-fingers that the clothes you bought online will look like the picture.

Shop the van for the perfect outfit at a parking lot near you.

Who owns the fashion truck?

Although FashionVanGo owner Amy Gallant has spent the last 30 years in the classroom, shopping is in her bones. Both her parents worked in the retail industry. Amy has always shopped the St. Louis boutique scene and, whenever she goes out of town, the thrill of travel comes down to one thing. How good was the shopping and did she buy something fabulous to wear?

Amy owns FashionVanGo with her business partner (also her husband) Steve. Steve, an attorney by day, has the critical job of keeping the wheels turning on this mobile fashion enterprise. He is FashionVanGo’s numbers guy and business manager. Previously this dynamic duo owned Bragelets, a company that created baby bracelets and Bejeweled, a business that sold jewelry at home parties.

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