I have several dresses in my wardrobe that I have bought for an occasion or a meeting and never worn again. It seems such a waste so the idea of renting, lending or even selling these items in the future is very appealing. We have chosen three sites, each a little different to review.
As the winner of the London Luxury Think Tank Sustainable Start Up award, HURR is the UK’s first peer-to-peer clothing rental service, which means the clothes are from people’s personal wardrobes. hurrcollective.com
MY WARDROBE HQ is one of the market leaders in the UK with both iconic luxury brands, emerging designers and contemporary brands. You can both lend and rent on the platform and if you particularly like an item purchase it. mywardrobehq.com
Onloan looks to elevate their customer’s everyday wardrobe, rather than focusing on occasion wear, making this perfect for the working woman to jazz up her wardrobe. With a choice of membership schemes to rent 2 or 4 items per month and a “preloved” shop to buy items outright, this is a flexible option. Onloan.co