Oh man, my bangs look good here!
My sister and I have always had great experiences with Rent the Runway and I love talking about companies I actually like on here so I figured I'd share some of my favorite looks on the blog!
One of the best uses for Rent the Runway is to rent dresses for weddings. It can be so hard to find an appropriate dress that you feel really cute in, especially for the fancier, more formal weddings. Rent the Runway has designer dresses available to rent (Vera Wang, Opening Ceremony, Narcisco Rodriguez and more) for everything from garden bridal showers to pavilion black tie ceremonies, or just pick out that special one-of-a-kind jewelry piece to take your own little black dress over the top. Dresses are tailored to fit all shapes and sizes (available in sizes 0-22), and you can even select an additional backup size to be shipped at no extra cost. Rent the Runway also has more than 25 stylists on hand available as consultants to help women find the perfect look (or you know, I'll do it for you), wear it and send it back with no dry cleaning, no shipping costs, no hassle. Check out Rent the Runway's rehearsal dinner looks, cocktail dress collection or even peruse their full line of wedding season styles featuring the hottest styles and the coolest trends.
Here are my favorite picks for wearing to a wedding:
Perfect for an outdoor, summer wedding.
I love dresses like this that can be dressy, but still springy and fun.
For when you need to wear cocktail attire, but still want to be cheerful and girly.
Perfect for a black tie wedding.
Why not rent your wedding dress? For only $70, you could wear this gorgeous gown in your own wedding. I think it's genius and could save you so much on your wedding budget. I love this dress SO much and I think it would look perfect on my sister (hint hint).
Another great wedding gown option.
And one more great wedding gown option, Badgley Mischka for only $125? Yes please!
Why not have your bridesmaids rent their dresses instead of buying? It helps them save money and come on, you know they're never wearing that dress again even if they do shorten it.
What bridesmaids wouldn't want to walk down the aisle wearing Kate Spade?
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