Liz over 4 years ago by Liz Adams

Work + Wear

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Planning your outfits on the RTR site is super easy. You log into your account, select your time frame, and order the items available. When I first started using the site years ago it was typically for a wedding, graduation, or special event but since then they have added a ton of amazing items that can easily transition throughout your day to day life. I snagged this Carven dress and Rebecca Minkoff leather jacket for a quick weekday interview. It was for a brand project that I was really interested in and this ensemble made me feel confident and successful as soon as I walked in the door. It was also perfect for a celebratory dinner after the interview went well!

For those of you in Chicago, Rent the Runway is opening their very own brick and mortar store this Thursday, April 30th – amazing! Now you can try on these amazing items for yourself. RTR is also offering Sequins & Stripes readers $30 off orders with a minimum value of $90 with code RTRSEQUINS. This is for new members only so be sure to sign up here!

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Carven Dress {rented from RTR}  //  Rebecca Minkoff Leather Jacket {rented from RTR}  //  AV Max Bracelet {rented from RTR}  //  Patent Clutch  //  Gucci Heels

Thank you to Rent the Runway for sponsoring this post!

Photos by Heather Talbert.