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New women's fashion boutique, truck open in Harford

The Aegis

CJKollective women's boutique and fashion truck in Bel Air offers customers "glam-on-the-go" at affordable prices. The owner, Courtney Jackson, is a Navy veteran, retired Marine Corps spouse, and mother of two.

Within the brick and mortar boutique and onboard the beautifully decorated fashion truck, you'll find on trend women's clothing, jewelry, handbags, and beauty accessories – all currently under $100!

CJKollective was formerly GlamourHolic Curbside Fashion Truck which originated in Washington DC as the first area mobile beauty and fashion boutique of its kind. Courtney purchased the fashion truck from the original owner in October 2016. Within a few weeks, the fashion truck was setup at exclusive events such as the Cogs & Couture Beauty Bash 2016 hosted by Baltimore Style Magazine at the Museum of Industry.

The Bel Air brick and mortar boutique officially opened on May 6 with a free grand opening event for the community. The event included complimentary MAC makeup sessions, wine tasting, light fare, door prizes, red carpet photos with an exclusive backdrop, and shopping deals.

To keep up to date on future events and pop up shops, check out their event calendar, and follow them on social media @CJKollective to receive pop up shop alerts.

If you prefer a more intimate shopping experience, grab some gal pals for a free private shopping event in the Bel Air boutique or onboard the fashion truck at your preferred location. Enjoy the latest fashion, plush seating, and surround sound music pumping your favorite tunes. Best of all, the party hostess earns free merchandise calculated by the total group sales. Read more about the fashion truck party and check availability online at:

In addition to the physical store and fashion truck, CJKollective Boutique also has an e-commerce website for online shopping:

Hosting a fundraiser or school event? CJKollective will setup and donate a portion of proceeds to your organization or charity of choice. With their flexible mobile business model, the opportunities are endless!

CJKollective Boutique is a proud member of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, contact Courtney Jackson at

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