rent the runway
I’ve already announced to you all that I am now a #RTRRep, which has been so fun so far. Rent the Runway is a killer company, and I’m going to explain it in today’s post!
The whole point of Rent the Runway is to provide high-end, designer clothing pieces and accessories to those who wouldn’t normally be able to splurge on them. So far, Rent the Runway has already helped me experiment with my style and step out of my comfort zone. It’s so fun to get a crazy, trendy piece for an affordable price and then return it after a wear or two… then get a new one!
Rent the Runway has three plans: RTR Reserve, RTR Update, and RTR Unlimited. They are as follows:
In my opinion, the first plan makes a lot of sense for college and high school students who just want to rent on a case-by-case basis for important events such as sorority formals, prom, graduation, etc. The second two plans are amazing for adults who want to spice up their wardrobe and constantly mix things up. To me, all plans are fairly priced and all have their perks!
My experience with Rent the Runway thus far has been seamless. The process is simple, quick, and my clothing has always arrived right on time. I have loved every single piece I’ve received and I can’t say enough positive things about this company!
If you’d like to sign up, do so with my rep link and you’ll receive a free $30 for your first rental! Sign up through my link here. Or, if you’ve already signed up, you can use code UNIVREF360352A for 20% your next rental in March! Go ahead, you know you want to.
Lastly, I wanted to show you all a look that I created with my most recent Rent the Runway order. I chose a Sanctuary gingham tie-waist dress that retails for $139, but you can rent for only $30. This gingham dress is so sweet, quirky, and springy–I was so excited to style it! I paired it with all black accessories and tights (because it’s still chilly outside here) and I love the final look. I think this would be perfect for a business casual event (minus the hat), a day-time party, or just bumming around. I’m in love and I hope you are too: