With all of the changes that 2020 has brought and almost everything happening virtually, like most people, I’ve done much more online shopping for clothing. But what’s even more fun AND more sustainable??? ….online clothing rental! So I was super excited to collaborate with a new designer clothing rental service Wardrobe.
I initially chose 4 pieces to try, and 3 of them fit pretty well. The 4th was just too long for my 5’1″ height. The creamy white Alice and Olivia bow blouse is a look I’ve been wanting to try for some time. Given that I’m just 3 months postpartum, I wasn’t able to try this blouse with as many bottoms as I would’ve liked. But these elastic waist widow pane pants ended up making a perfect compliment. I will rent this blouse again once I find a great pair of high-waisted wide-legged pants.
Next is the Stella Jean printed maxi skirt. In the spirit of Winter fashion, I tucked a cozy mock neck medium grey sweater into the skirt. I like maxi skirts and dresses in the Midwest bc I can wear tights or leggings underneath for extra warmth while still looking fab. I added an edgy black bag, and maybe black boots would be been better than the pumps. Especially in our Wisconsin weather.
Last, but not least, is the Alice and Olivia sequined dress. Who doesn’t love to wear sequins? Especially during the holiday season! I love the wide sleeves and where the hemline hits my thigh. I added a sparkly studded handbag and nude scrappy pumps to elongate my legs. This dress screams party and is dying to be danced in. I love it!
Whether Zoom or small gathering or socially distanced. Wardrobe is a fantastic and affordable option so you don’t have to invest in a piece you may only need to wear one time! And for when you want to try out a look or a trend. You can rent pieces for a couple of days or a couple of weeks to plan for your event. So ladies, #owntheoccasion and #wearwardrobe to be both sustainable and stylish!
Photography by Amanda Vick Creative