Are you ready for a mobile boutique camper?
That could be in the works later this year, as Stacey Masterson, owner of Edmonds’ , is working with the City of Edmonds to get the required permits to become one of the first mobile boutiques in the Pacific Northwest.
Because her business will be wheel-based, Masterson has decided to close her store at 410 Main St. by the end of the month. Hers will be the second boutique specialing in women's clothes and accessories to close in downtown Edmonds recently. and is now occupied by Town & Country Jewelers.
She is currently holding a 50 percent off sale, which will go up to 75 percent soon, she says, and will close by the end of the month. (Lace camisoles and scarves are currently 30 percent off.)
Masterson, who lives in Edmonds, has owned and operated Crimson & Clover from two brick-and-mortar locations for almost three years. Before moving to Edmonds, she was based in Tacoma.
“I want to give my customers a more personalized experience and have more flexibility in my schedule,” she says about her decision to close her store.
Masterson plans to run her business from a “retro-looking trailer,” which she recently purchased. From her mobile boutique, Masterson also plans to offer services for “girls’ night out” parties, private parties, fundraisers, wardrobe consulting, wardrobe updating, personal shopping and closet organization.
Those interested in joining Masterson’s mailing list can e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 206-755-5498.