Rent the Runway is having another Sample Sale a week from today. I’ve gone before and it’s a great place to pick up designer dresses and accessories inexpensively (sometimes as low as what a normal rental fee is). It’s also a nice way to freshen up your Spring/Summer wardrobe.
If you know any high school or college seniors, you might want to pass this on to them. It could be a great place to find a prom or graduation dress, too!
Rent the Runway NYC Sample Sale
Monday, April 1 – Sunday, April 7, 2013
260 Fifth Avenue
btwn 28th and 29th Street
New York, NY
I first wrote about Rent the Runway back in ’09 and have written about them and rented more than a few times since then. A few weeks ago, I received an RTR invite for an “exclusive launch party.” When I read “we’re throwing in a free dress rental for you and your guest, I knew I’d attend. It was only the day before the party that the let me know what the party was for; Our Runway.
“Inspired by you, it’s the first social shopping platform of its kind where you can browse and rent directly from customer photos to find your perfect look. We’re turning our customers into models because we believe that confidence and happiness – what you show us via your RTR moments – is the truest form of beauty.” — RTR
For more on Our Runway and to see my look for the night, **AND for updated, very special photos from the night** look below… Want more?
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I was too excited when Rent the Runway e-mailed me last summer saying they would be sending me a free dress rental. I’d used the service a few times before, so I was happy to see that they rewarded their customers and even happier to know I would get a chance to dress up again without having to pay for it.
Well, Rent the Runway surprised me again and picked another beautiful dress for me to spend a day in… for freeeeeee!!
This past Sunday was sooooooo beautiful, I couldn’t stand to be in the house. I didn’t really have anywhere to go so I decided I would walk 2 bridges; I would cross either the Manhattan or Brooklyn Birdge into the city and cross whichever one I didn’t walk the first time or the Williamsburg Bridge back into Brooklyn. On my way through Downtown Brooklyn, I passed the Dekalb Market. I’d read about it and heard people talk about it but had never been. I decided to walk around for a bit.
138 Willoughby Street
at Flatbush Extension
Brooklyn, New York
The food from all of the vendors seemed great and there’s a lot of variety (think… the heavist soul food possible to specialty yogurt) but and I wasn’t looking to eat anything too heavy since I had only really began my journey for the day. I decided to order a taco from the Oaxaca stand.
I got this invite in my inbox earlier. I haven’t done any Coach events in years and had no intentions on posting about this one. I don’t know what it was but I decided to check out ISpyDIY.com and I think I’ve found another obsession to distract me while at work.
Before I was even one page deep into this woman’s (ahem… Jenni’s) blog, I found this project…
I heart hearts!… and things I can do on my own.
For more on next weeks event and more from iSpy, look below… Want more?