It’s been a really long time since any of us had to look our best for (or commit to) anything. If your wardrobe has slowly but surely been overtaken by less-than-exciting ensembles, like leggings coupled with your favorite sweatshirt, you’re not alone. While those outfits might have worked for a casual Zoom date with the rando you met on a dating app, they’re probably not the best pick for weddings, parties or fancy brunches. Luckily, Rent the Runway has the solution — and it doesn’t involve any buyer’s remorse whatsoever.
If you haven’t heard of it, this site gives you access to over 1,000 designer styles, including Jason Wu dresses, Ulla Johnson jumpsuits, Tory Burch handbags and Madewell jeans (not to mention everything you need to accessorize them, from jewelry to sunglasses). While each of these items would cost at least a few hundred dollars to buy, as per its name, Rent the Runway lets you rent them for any event; for the practical fashion enthusiast, this seriously reduces the overall cost and prevents your closet from becoming cluttered with things you’d otherwise wear only once. Shipping and returns are included in the price and the dry cleaning is free too.
In other words, all you have to worry about is choosing your next designer outfit so you can look good, feel good and keep your wallet in check as you unpause your social life. Thanks to the specific filters, it’s infinitely easier than it sounds too. You can sort by category, color, price, formality level, weather, sleeve length, neckline — you name it.
For a single upcoming event, you can choose a one-time rental that lasts for either four or eight days. (You can also opt for a backup size in case you’re not sure how it’ll fit, even after searching the member reviews for detailed feedback on sizing. I know; they thought of everything.)
If you’re a social butterfly and are looking to save serious bucks on designer looks, Rent the Runway’s membership plans are the most logical options. Take, for example, the fan-favorite eight-items-per-month plan, which starts at $99 a
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