Addicted to clothes!! That was me before I had kids and was single. I used to spend my paycheck on the newest and latest clothing trends and seriously was very well put together. I loved to mix and match, as well as try new styles.
I think my daughter, Emma gets this from me, because she will always tells me that she has to wear a skirt and everything needs to match. She learned her colors at an early age, so she knows that pink socks need to be wear with a pink shirt, for instance.
I also still love clothes, but will be honest being a stay at home mom, I don’t have the extra money or luxury to spend our money on the latest and greatest clothing for me. Don’t get me wrong my kids dress beautifully and have the wardrobe of princesses, but mine sadly has taken a backseat.
I also don’t go out all that often enough to necessitate that I spend a ton of money on clothes for me either. Last year, I can count on one hand how many times, I went somewhere where I needed to dress up.
One of the instances, I went to Macy’s and bought a nice designer dress to wear. I wore it once and had no other use for it. Before the bill came, we had an unexpected expense for something and couldn’t afford both the dress and that expense. I did something I swore I’d never do and that was return a dress even though I wore it. I am a bit ashamed to admit this here and was pretty nervous doing it, but Macy’s took the dress back with the tags and original receipt no questions asked.
Trust me, I wasn’t proud doing this, but I needed the money for more important things at that point. I also swore I would never do this again if I could help it. Then just recently, I found an awesome company created for the specific reasoning of wearing a dress once and returning it.
This company is called Lendperk and was created by Star Li for this exact idea. Star describes Lendperk in her own words as a “Netflix for Dresses”, where you can rent dresses that you would find in stores like Anthropologie, ASOS, Modcloth, and more. These dresses are quite beautiful, normally some may be a bit pricy and are what is totally currently in fashion, as well as truly for someone like me who loves designer clothes, but can’t afford them.
Lendperk offers three rental plans. They are as follows:
- $20/month – rent 1 dress every month (2 week maximum rental period)
- $34/month – rent 2 dresses every month
- $49/month – no limit on how many dresses you can rent.
Also, a 9 day free trial is included with every plan for newcomers to test out the service with no financial obligation. You can check out one dress during this rental trial for free! And you only pay when you decide to become a member. They are also constantly adding to their collection with more dresses being added every month in different sizes!
I recently got to try this service out and was totally 100% pleased. This really is something that is so easy to do and really in my eyes a great service. I mean most times when I did buy a dress for an occasion, i would only use it the one time and then it would get hung up in my closet never to be used again.
In this case, I get to rent a truly fabulous designer dress for a very low reasonable cost and then it goes back. No hanging around in my closet never to be used again. And I am also not spending an absorbent amount of money on something I will only wear once.
Here today, for my readers Lendperk is running a giveaway for a free two week dress rental from anything in the dress collection. All you have to do is enter the Raffle copter giveaway below.
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