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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Marist chapter.

The amount of money I spend on clothes is something that I would rather not share. I grow bored of my clothes easily and it seems that new trends pop up way too fast for me to keep up. It becomes stressful, rather than fun, shopping in college due to constantly wanting new clothes to fill our wardrobes for internships, formals, and other on campus events. Fortunately, there is a company that has become super popular for presenting women with the opportunity to wear designer clothes directly off the runway and change our wardrobes as often as we would like! With Rent the Runway, you can rent clothes for special occasions or daily wear by choosing from three different memberships.

Rent the Runway is changing the way we view fashion by stressing that we should be buying less and renting more. This mantra is to prove that by purchasing less clothes, we can focus our energy on being a girl boss and living sustainably. Following this lifestyle, we save time and money and grant ourselves confidence in return for each item we rent. Each year, countless amounts of clothing go to waste, ending up in landfills or sitting in our closet unworn. By utilizing a Rent the Runway membership, with the brand-new student discount of only $67 per month, you can constantly give your closet an upgrade while promoting a sustainable lifestyle. Due to the fact that I utilize the Rent the Runway Update membership, I know firsthand the benefits of choosing four new items each month to wear on repeat. As someone who looks forward to rocking a new outfit, I practically sit at the Marist Post Office waiting for the clothes I select each month to arrive.

If you have an upcoming event that you want an outfit to slay in and do not want to break the bank, be sure to check out Rent the Runway’s selections of designer pieces at a discounted price or for a monthly membership fee.

Source: Washington Post

Brianna Coba

Marist '20

Marist College junior studying Fashion and Business. Currently a Rent the Runway Campus Rep!