I’m sharing my honest Rent the Runway review after being gifted the 10-item plan. When you make a purchase from Rent the Runway with my link below, I receive a commission.
Have you ever looked in your closet full of clothes and said, “I have nothing to wear”? I’m sharing my honest Rent the Runway review, which might be your solution.
Whether you have a black-tie event coming up or you’re like me and love wearing new clothes, Rent the Runway offers multiple options for event and everyday wear.
I tried out Rent the Runway’s 10-item plan and was immediately transported back to days of playing dress-up as a kid. It was so much fun picking out my items for the month and trying them on when they arrived.
The membership includes up to 10 rented items per month, allowing you to hold onto five items at a time and swap some or all of them two times each month.
This plan gives you access to Rent the Runway’s full closet of over 750 designers, including some of my favorites like Barbour, Boden, Cleobella, FARM Rio, Gucci, Kendra Scott, Tory Burch and Veronica Beard.
Each month, the items you choose are delivered directly to your door, dry-cleaned and ready to wear. Once you wear them, you simply return the items and pick new pieces.
For $144 each month, you can wear designer pieces for a fraction of the cost, and right now, new customers can get full closet access and 30% off their first month.
For my first order, I selected a jacket, dress and three sweaters—perfect for my trip to the mountains and for everyday wear. The original retail price for this first order alone is $1,500, and I still get to pick out five more items for this month. With a 10-item subscription, you’re wearing beautiful pieces that you most likely would never purchase at retail cost. So essentially, you’re saving money, right? That’s really good girl math.
Rent the Runway is always adding new trends and styles to their collection, so the options are limitless—you can play dress-up!
Looking for more? See my review of Sarah Flint shoes here.