HOW IT WORKS:
I've been using Rent The Runway's Unlimited program since August 2018 and it's safe to say, I feel like a RTR expert now when it comes to finding styles that will work for me. If you're unfamiliar with the program, you can rent four or more items at a time, swapping them out for new styles whenever you want or purchasing them if you want to keep it. They handle the cleaning so all you have to do is throw the worn items in the reusable pre-paid shipping bag and prepare for your next shipment. You can create favorite folders for different events or moments that you may have coming up such as weddings, events, trips or for work. From casual wear to formal wear, and everything in between - it's a great option to constantly keep your wardrobe fresh without the hefty price tag.
WHAT I LIKE:
I've put together a list of my favorite brands that I have luck with as a size 14, 5”8.5 gal!
Adrianna Papell - Andrew Marc - ASTR - BB Dakota - B Collection by Bobeau - Badgley Mischka - Blank NYC - Cupcakes and Cashmere - Cynthia Rowley - Derek Lam - Diane Von Furstenburg - Donna Morgan - Draper James x Eloquii - Fame and Partners - Figue - Good American - Habitual - Hutch - J Crew - Jenny Yoo - Junarose - Just Female - Kate Spade - Lauren Ralph Lauren - Madewell - Mink Pink - Monique Lhullier - Moon River - Nicholas - Nicole Miller - Rebecca Taylor - Tart Collections - Prabel Gurung - Rachel Pally - Rachel Roy - Sanctuary - Slate & Willow - Soia & Kyo - Tanya Taylor - Tory Burch - Veronica Beard
My favorite things to rent are dresses, jumpsuits, jackets/blazers and tops. However, there are tons more options on the site such as accessories: handbags, jewelry, sunglasses, maternity clothes, kids clothing and so much more. Here are a few of my favorite rentals and other items saved to my favorites, I will be sure to keep adding to this as I continue to wear more things.
AS SEEN HERE:
Did you find this helpful? Have you ever tried RTR Unlimited? What are some of your favorite brands / items that you've tried? Would love to hear your thoughts below.
Thanks to Rent The Runway for collaborating with me on this post.