List your own pieces for lending and discover thousands of thoughtfully curated designer pieces for borrowing
Pack pieces for your next beach vacation
Earn money back on that one dress you bought for that one event
Borrow one size up to fit that baby bump
Lend or Borrow the chic ski gear you only use once a year
Find that perfect dress to twirl in at a wedding
Try that trend you see everywhere but don’t want to commit to
Have someone help you get to that 30 wears suggested for a sustainable closet
Pick something new to coordinate for family photos
Doll yourself up for brunch with the girls
Thoughts from our community
I think you guys have a great platform and I’ve been inviting more friends to join because I think the concept is really amazing. So many compliments on the dress I borrowed. It was really the perfect dress!
This app has expanded my closet so much! Not only am I extending the life cycle of my own garments, but I get to borrow so many beautiful pieces too.
Tulerie, thanks to you I don’t feel so guilty for my overflowing closet anymore. Love making money on my clothes and bags!
Genius! Can’t believe this didn’t exist before. And so easy to use.
The concept of borrowing clothes makes so much sense for me. It’s less of a commitment, gives me more creative freedom and allows me to wear incredible designer pieces I typically don’t spend money on. Renting from a real person is also way more fun than I anticipated because you feel like you’re borrowing from your friend’s closet.
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