A few weeks ago I shared my newfound love for Rent the Runway’s Unlimited subscription service in a See It, Love It, Want It post. It’s been another month & I am even more obsessed with the service, if that’s possible, so I wanted to share a little more details & some of my finds. As I mentioned before, Rent the Runway now has a huge selection of everyday, work, & casual clothing, handbags & accessories. Think brands like Kate Spade, Tory Burch, DVF, Derek Lam 10 Crosby, Joie, Rebecca Taylor & so many more!
For just $159/month (just $99 for the 1st month) you have 4 pieces at a time, you can swap out any piece at any time or keep them as long as you want, & can buy any piece you can’t live without at a discount. I have significantly cut back on the amount of shopping that I do since I starting using RTR Unlimited because I now have a rotating wardrobe of designer pieces for work & play. They are constantly adding new pieces, so I am always scoping out the site to add new things to my wishlists. Here’s a sampling of what one of my recent packages looked like:
That’s $1,444 worth of designer clothes for $159, plus no dry cleaning required! I also love that you get reviews & size notes on each piece from real women, so you can more accurately judge what size will work best for you in each piece. Plus, many women share photos of how they styled the pieces, so you get fun ideas too!
One of the first pieces I received in December was this cream & gold tweed jacket. I was so sad to send it back & was really, really tempted to keep it, but I’m trying very hard to stick to my plan of using the Unlimited subscription as a money-saving technique. It was one of the most versatile pieces that I’ve received so far & I will probably add it back into a package soon. I did splurge & keep this Zac Posen bag as a Christmas gift to myself. What can I say? I’d been looking for a similar shape bag, in this shade, & then I found this one with the cutest detachable strap at a great discount. It’s the only piece that I’ve kept so far.
This sweater was another December/January find. I loved that the sleeve details that gave it a little bit of edge. Plus, the length was perfect with leggings.
Ok, I’m a sucker for anything pink, so I knew this top would be a winner. It was another one that I hated to return & will probably get again at some point. The color was a gorgeous, vivid fuchsia & the fit was perfection. It has a dolman-type sleeve, but the hole is tight enough that you don’t have to worry about being able to see into the shirt.
Yet another top that worked for work & weekends! The little insect pattern was too cute & the colors made it easy to pair with a statement blazer or jewelry.
Ok, I just returned this jacket after wearing it constantly for two weeks. It worked with just about everything in my closet & I got so many compliments on it! The lace overlay was such a unique take on the classic moto jacket & made the jacket a little more feminine. I was surprised by how lightweight (a plus in this crazy weather) & comfy the jacket was. I wore it with everything from a skirt & blouse to work, to this tee & jeans to dinner.
This dress is my hands-down favorite piece so far! Do you ever find those dresses that you put on & just know that they were made for you? Yeah, this was one of those. I just about cried when I returned it. This dress in Nanette Lepore’s spring collection & was so delicate & feminine for spring. The fabric is a light floral silk, with lace details on the sleeves. The length & cut were perfect for work. I’ll be waiting for the discount on this one to increase so I can snatch it up.
Finally, this is a dress that I have at home now & wore for a sorority dinner that I hosted last week. There is something so classic about a striped shirtdress, but I liked the contrasting direction of these stripes. The belt gave me some nice definition at the waist, which was great since the dress is a little oversized.
*This is not a sponsored post!*