With cooler mornings and shorter days upon us, the fall season is officially around the corner. Before long, it’ll be changing leaves, corn mazes, and pumpkin-spice-everything. And alongside our favorite fall occasions, come the new outfits we’re pining for—from corduroy jumpsuits to big and bold jackets to cozy sweaters. Every fall day is a new opportunity for fun and fashion.
The thing is: Buying a new outfit for our every autumnal whim isn’t always the most sustainable nor feasible option. But whether you’ve got an entire Pinterest board devoted to fall ‘fits, or would simply love a refresh, all things are possible with a Nuuly monthly clothing rental subscription. From that comforting soup recipe to your most stylish pair of boots, fall is the season for obsessions. And here’s why clothing rental is about to be your new favorite fall fix…
Clothing rental gives you access to more styles, and more of your favorite brands.
If we only think about our wardrobe in terms of buying, our options are always limited—by our wallet, the season, and trends. But with clothing rental, your fashion options are nearly endless. With Nuuly’s subscription clothing rental service, you get to choose any six styles each month for just $88 per month. (Psst… And use discount code MBG20 to get $20 off your first month!) So whether that’s premium denim that you’d never otherwise indulge in, one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, or formal attire for that fall wedding—options abound.
Nuuly offers thousands of styles to meet your mood. Feeling bold? We’re all about the bright hues of this Lantern Sleeve Jumpsuit by Farm Rio. On the other side of the spectrum: the ultra-elegance of this In A Mood Gown by Katie May. All-in-all, Nuuly carries more than 300 brands, stocked in a variety of sizes—from petite to plus sizes up to 5x, and even maternity! You can choose anything you want from labels like Free People, Selkie, Anthropologie, Lisa Says Gah and Farm Rio. Stepping into fall in AGOLDE’s Luna Pieced Jeans and this Bailey Crochet Top by ASTR The Label? Don’t mind if we do.
In A Mood Gown