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8 Clothing Rental Sites To Try For All Your Summer ‘Fits

If you just graduated college, then you know the pure chaos that the last few weeks of school entail. They are some of the most special yet exhausting days of your life — you’ve got event after event,  from the ceremony itself to your graduation party to all your friends’ parties. Add in some birthdays and family dinners, and the list of special occasions goes on and on. And with each of these events comes the need for a special outfit (at least, that’s how my fashion major brain sees it). While shopping for a new outfit for each event is all fun and games to me, my bank account is not in favor of the idea, so I’ve had to brainstorm ulterior options. 

This is when I decided to try renting my clothes. Yes, you read that right: renting. Now if you are a self-diagnosed shopaholic like myself, you may be aware of this concept, and if not, then you are missing out. Not only have I been able to wear new, beautiful, name-brand outfits for each event, but I’ve worn them for a fraction of the price. 

Not only is renting your clothing cost-effective, but it also allows you to temporarily try out the latest trends and eliminate the guilt of only wearing an item once. For these reasons and more, I will promote renting your clothing until the day I die. Whether you need a wedding guest dress, tennis outfit, or work-appropriate suit, try browsing these eight rental sites before you decide to purchase something! 


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Nuuly allows you to rent six items per month for only $98. Sharing the same parent company as Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, and Free People, Nuuly has a wide selection of pieces that most definitely appeal to Gen Zers.

Fashion Pass

Choosing from one of their three membership options, Fashion Pass allows you to rent two, three, or four items at a time. Once you’ve worn your pieces, you are able to exchange them for new ones as many times as you would like before the month renews. Talk about unlimited rentals! 

Rent The Runway

Being one of the first popular sites, Rent the Runway is no stranger to the clothing rental game. Rent individual items or subscribe to their memberships, which include five, 10, or 15 items per month. 


Ever seen your favorite influencer post in an outfit that you just have to get your hands on? Well, then, Pickle is the site for you. In select cities, you can rent beautiful pieces from your favorite influencers and receive them on your doorstep that day.


The feature that makes Armoire stand out is that you can keep your old items until you get the new ones. With three different membership tiers, this site is the perfect option for the busy individual.


If accessorizing is your love language, try Vivrelle! Rent fine jewelry and designer bags for a monthly fee. Different pieces are unlocked for you depending on your level of membership.


According to Tulerie, “Trends come and go faster than the coffee you had this morning,” so try borrowing some of their designer pieces. No major commitment is involved!  

Le Tote

Starting at $59 per month, Le Tote is a great option if you are looking for more casual pieces that could be worn every day (for the month, at least).

Mia McManus

South Carolina '23

Mia McManus is a National Writer for Her Campus Media under the style section of the site. She started with HCM in July 2022 as a Contributing Writer for College Fashionista before entering the writer’s program at Her Campus in May 2023. Beyond her work here, Mia is a Merchandise Planner for a Southern-based department store. She, also, recently launched her freelance career where she writes for different fashion publications and aids with different projects at various trend forecasting agencies. In May 2023, she graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in Fashion Merchandising and Digital Innovation. If you are looking for her, she can be found out shopping, at an airport, drinking way too much coffee, or @miamcmanus on Instagram. Follow along with her as she navigates post-grad life and the world of being a fashion writer.