Now You Can Rent Rebecca Taylor Clothing


Ask any fashion insider and they’ll tell you that building your dream wardrobe is exhausting, expensive, and often times wasteful—which is exactly why rentable fashion is on the rise. Rent the Runway has dominated the wear-and-return sphere for some time, while Villageluxe has the luxury rental game on lock, so it’s no wonder that fashion brands are taking cues from these brands with with subscription clothing services of their own. The latest to hop on the bandwagon? Rebecca Taylor.

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Launching today, Rebecca Taylor RNTD is a new program that has all the appeal of shopping rental (high-end clothing you can wear and return for a flat rate) without all of the strings (no contracts, no shipping fees).

Subscribers pay $159/month to take out four clothing items per month. You can swap your items as many times as you’d like within a given month as long as you have no more than four Rebecca Taylor RNTD items in your closet at once, and shipping both ways is free, free, free.

Obsessed with one item? Send it back and the brand will have it dry cleaned and sent back to you free of charge. And if you can’t bear the thought of parting with it even for a few days, subscribers can purchase their favorites at an exclusive discount rate.

Velveteen Jacket in Black


“With the rising popularity of clothing rental, I was excited by the opportunity to explore this platform as it felt like a natural progression for the brand,” said the brand’s CEO Janice Sullivan in a press release. “Rebecca Taylor provides exciting, trend-right, occasion and wear-to-work options which are the strongest performing categories in rental,” added Sullivan.

Sign up for a Rebecca Taylor RNTD subscription here.


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