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Rent Frock Repeat: A New Way To Get Dressed For A Night Out

We all know the cliche life-cycle of a bridesmaid dress: After one wear, the expensive frock gets shoved to the back of the closet where it hangs, wrinkly and neglected, until finally getting donated to The Salvation Army.

It doesn't have to be this way, though, thanks to businesses like Rent frock Repeat, a fashion-forward dress rental website that offers frocks from top designers at a fraction of the retail cost. With rentals starting as low as $50, the service makes it easy for your bridesmaids to sport designer styles, with the added bonus of saving money... and precious closet real estate!

If you're a bridal blog junkie or you've gone certifiably Pinsane then you don't need to be reminded that mismatched bridesmaid dresses are the latest craze in wedding style. Having your bridesmaids rent dresses is an easy and affordable way to achieve this trendy look: Each bridesmaid can choose a style that flatters her figure and suits her personal aesthetic, while still contributing to the bride's overall vision.

But what if the dress doesn't fit, you ask? The pros at Rent frock Repeat have got it covered. Aside from providing detailed sizing info, they'll send you two dresses (one in a "backup size" that you choose) in case one doesn't fit. Shopping for bridesmaid dresses has seriously never been so easy.

Here are some styles that would be great bridesmaid dresses in a fall wedding. Check out Rent frock Repeat's curated collection of dresses from covetable fashion designers, including Badgley Mischka, Anna Sui, Christian Siriano and Pink Tartan.

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