Food trucks (and one very special “bustaraunt”) have revolutionized the way we consume some of our city’s best culinary delights. So it was only a matter of time before other savvy San Franciscans started to put their retail goods on wheels. Here, a few of the most impressive mobile boutiques we’ve noticed parked around town:

The Butler’s Pantry Owner Jamie Butler carries some of the most sought-after kitchen gadgets from companies like Joseph Joseph and OXO, as well as high-end cookware and darling aprons. Find out where her truck is headed on her Facebook page or hire her to bring it to you (bridal shower, anyone?).

Jasy B Jasmin Baros packs her charming small truck full of snazzy leather bags, handmade jewelry and casual and dressy clothes from indie designers--all for under $100. Though she can often be found at the Treasure Island Flea Market, you can always track down her location here.

Pretty Parlor A Go Go Get your brows (and bikini line) waxed, your body bronzed and your makeup done in the Mission salon’s gypsy-themed truck, which makes frequent stops at the Google and Facebook campuses. You can also rent it for parties, starting at $150 plus services

Alicia K Designs Why meet your event planner in her meh office? Instead, enlist Alicia Falango to meet you in her chic airstream trailer at your venue of choice.

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