Are you one of those people who own a zillion clothes, yet each time they open their cupboard, their first reaction is “God, I’ve nothing to wear”. Yes, that makes up almost every one of us.
After bargaining and grabbing a bag full of clothes Janpath, Lajpath¬†or¬†Sarojni, whenever a special occasion comes up, we’re short of ‘good clothes’ and end up only gazing at the latest collection from Ritu Kumar, Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi etc (sigh).
Or, are you one of those boys who never like to spend thousands of bucks buying clothes from fashion brands because, blaah.. why waste so much money when you can survive on five pairs of clothes all your life! (much swag)
So, for all you guys and girls who’ve been in these similar situations, here’s for you the latest concept of RENTING !
A concept perfect for those who’ve the desire¬†to not¬†repeat¬†an outfit. It’s as simple as this¬†‚Äî¬†All¬†you have¬†to do is rent a garment (pay rentals for as long as you have it with you) and return it once your purpose of wearing it is solved.¬†In case you really like the rented attire, some of these services even allow you to buy¬†the piece¬†at¬†a nominal cost. While some of these services have a virtual store to rent from, there are a few¬†that have actual retail outlets.
Here’s a list of emerging rental wardrobe services for Delhiites:
Flyrobe is India’s largest fashion rental platform. They stock classy ethnic and festive wear from multiple designers including Sabyasachi, Anita Dongre, Ritu Kumar, Masaba Gupta and trendy western wear outfits from brands such as Armani, Hugo Boss, FCUK, Calvin Klein, Asos.
Their brand new men’s wear collection includes Suits, Tuxedos and Jackets from international brands along with traditional Sherwanis and Kurta Pyjamas sets from best Indian designers.
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You can rent outfits at SwishList by going through their online¬†clothing catalogue and reserving an outfit you like as per¬†your¬†date of the¬†event.¬†The outfit will reach your doorstep about two days prior to the¬†occasion.¬†You can then return the garment on¬†the next day. SwishList does charge a security deposit¬†equivalent to 50% (or more)¬†of the rental fee.
Find out more here.
With a rental period spread over three days, you can¬†rent a garment from Liberent¬†with no additional security deposit. They make alterations according to the¬†measurements you give them and also allow a trial before the date of rental for an additional amount of Rs 350.
Get details here.
You can also visit other rental websites like- Wrapd,The Clothing Rental
Get started and let it happen.