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Rentable fashion is having a moment, but with most of the offerings falling into the high-end category, it still costs a pretty penny to hire a designer dress or It bag for one night. However, with Hirestreet, the latest borrowing platform to hit the market, you can rent affordable fashion from some of our favourite brands. Rewriting the narrative around fast fashion, Hirestreet offers an affordable, forward-thinking way to shop. Here’s everything you need to know…

Rat & Boa

Committed to making style more sustainable, Hirestreet allows customers to rent and return all that’s in-style instead of letting once-trendy pieces go to waste in the back of their wardrobes. Offering clothing from brands such as Rat & Boa, Nobody’s Child, and even Marks & Spencer, the brand offers a more realistic way to borrow on a budget. 

“Today rental fashion is more than just providing temporary access to designer items”

Their exclusive Hirestreet x M&S spring collection is also officially in bloom, offering a wide range of dainty dresses, gorgeous jackets, and trendy trousers from the high-street staple. Its largest retailer collaboration to date, Hirestreet is making a statement by offering rental styles from recognisable brands that don’t cost a fortune.

Rixo
Nobody's Child

With wedding and events season fast-approaching, the rental platform is the perfect way to give your wardrobe a refresh. Their website is chock-full of adorable dresses, jumpsuits, and coordinating sets in all colours for all occasions. Whether you’re planning a look for one night out or pulling together outfits for an extended holiday, Hirestreet lets customers rent for as little as four days or as long as a month. Even if you don’t have a special occasion to dress up for quite yet, the rental service is a great, sustainable swap for another shopping trip.

"The future of fashion rental is changing"

Allowing users to boast their favourite brands for as little as £10, Hirestreet has created an immense-yet-mindful marketplace of high-street fashion finds, and who could say no to that?

M&S x Ghost

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