This post about my current Rent the Runway Favorites contains affiliate links.
One thing I want to be mindful of in 2022 is my wardrobe. I don’t know if you know this but bloggers are constantly shopping. We look for new trends, new pieces to link, and new content for our audiences. This results in A LOT of clothing. Brands send us clothing on top of the clothing we buy and it’s enough to use up all the closet space in your house.
I love all the clothing I post, but I usually post it and wear it once or twice and it sits in my closet for a while. I want to be more intentional with my clothing and what I buy, so I got a Rent the Runway subscription in January. I’m sharing a little more about RTR and why I’m using it in today’s post.
My Current Rent the Runway Favorites
Rent the Runway is a website, where if you subscribe monthly, you get two shipments of 4 pieces of clothing sent to you. It can be an outfit for a special occasion, a wedding, or a brand you’ve always wanted to wear. I started my subscription off with four pieces to wear on a trip to Los Angeles. The trip ended up being canceled due to COVID but I still wore the pieces around town and then sent them back when I was done.
I’m currently in Bend, Oregon with my travel gals, The Babes That Wander. It doesn’t snow much in Nashville so I didn’t have ski pants or a ski jacket to bring on the trip. Instead of buying clothing that I would never wear again, I simply ordered some pieces on Rent the Runway and had them sent to my hotel in Oregon. That way it doesn’t take up room in my suitcase and I don’t buy things that I don’t necessarily need.
I’m also planning on using RTR on my trip to New York Fashion Week next month. Fashion Week requires over-the-top pieces that I might not necessarily have, so I can request some items through RTR to be sent to my hotel to enjoy on my trip to New York.
Granted, the pieces don’t fit all the time.
I ordered a Reformation dress that way wayyyy too short and a Scotch & Soda plaid dress that didn’t fit my arms. I feel like over time you learn what brands work and what don’t and you order based on that.
I’ll share more of my RTR outfits for Bend and NYFW at a later time. But I hope you enjoy these two looks I styled during nicer weather in Nashville.