M&S shoppers can now RENT £323 winter wardrobe for just £39

M&S shoppers can now RENT an entire £323 winter wardrobe for just £39 for five days as retail giant launches another collaboration with Hirestreet

  • Hirestreet has created six M&S capsule wardrobes for shoppers to rent for £39
  • For an extra £20, customers can keep the items for an entire month 
  • The 78-item range also features dresses from M&S’ popular Ghost collection

M&S shoppers can now rent a winter wardrobe worth £323 for just £39 as part of the retail giant’s new collaboration with Hirestreet.

The brand is now offering customers the chance to choose between six of their ‘capsule wardrobes’, which have been put together by stylists and contain 10 different outfit variations.

Alternatively, shoppers can also hire items – such as winter coats, party dresses and knits – individually for up to 30 days.

In total, there are 78 items available to hire within the new capsule wardrobe and wider collection.

Although each edit costs just £39 to rent for five days, the collections’ retail price varies between £208 and £323.

Last year, in its first collaboration with Hirestreet, M&S gave customers the chance to rent individual pieces such as dresses, coats, jumpers, trousers from four to 30 days, with prices starting from £13. 

M&S and Hirestreet have collaborated on six capsule wardrobes, which customers can rent for £39 for five days. This £22.50 snakeskin-print blouse is included in the ‘Bold Moves’ edit

Left: These £29.40 crepe trousers are included in the ‘Bold Moves’ edit and can be rented alongside five other items for up to 30 days. Right: The brand’s Soft Touch Cable Knit Collared Cardigan would set shoppers back £32.50 in-store.

Left: The brand’s £69 Animal Print V-Neck Midaxi Waisted Dress is the only frock in the ‘Bold Moves’ collection.  Right: Stylists have also included a few basics in each collection so that shoppers can form up to 10 outfits. These black jeans would cost £55 in store

The most expensive edit – called ‘Bold Moves’ – includes a £22.50 snakeskin-print blouse, £55 green shacket and a £69 zebra-print dress.

However, the team of stylists behind the collaboration have also included a few basics – such as a £55 pair of black jeans and a £32.50 black cardigan – within the winter wardrobe too.

There are six items within each capsule wardrobe and shoppers can pick their individual sizes for each piece of clothing. 

Another edit called ‘Monochrome Moments’ – which is worth £229.50 – includes a £50 black gilet, £40 pleated maxi skirt, £30 funnel-neck jumper and £40 shirt dress all in neutral shades.

Hirestreet’s team of stylists have created six capsule wardrobes for customers to pick from. Each one can be rented for £39 for five days or £59 for a full month

Left: This £55 green shacket is the only piece of outwear in the ‘Bold Moves’ edit

Meanwhile, the ‘Autumn Warmth’ capsule – which would set customers back a cool £230 in store – includes a trendy £59 padded jacket, £22 camel crew jumper, £50 ruched black blazer and a £29.50 animal print shirt dress.

On top of this, Hirestreet’s stylists have also created ‘City Knits’, ‘Comfy Cool’ and ‘Transitional Trends’ for customers to pick from. 

As well as a £5 delivery fee, customers can buy insurance from £3 for the items they wish to rent to cover accidental damage. 

For each capsule wardrobe, Hirestreet offers shoppers the chance to rent the entire edit for a whole month for an extra £20. 

What’s more, the brand’s collection with Ghost – which is loved by fashion bloggers – is also available to rent in the range too. 

Following the success of their first  Hirestreet collaboration, M&S have revealed that a third of their customer base are concerned with how their shopping habits impact climate change.

While M&S x Ghost’s Velvet Swing Dress would have set shoppers back £89 in store, customers now rent it for £18 for four days or £27 if they extend it to a month. 

Since their first collaboration with Hirestreet last year, M&S have revealed that a third of their customer base are concerned with how their shopping habits impact climate change. 

In a statement, M&S’ managing director of clothing and home Richard Price said: ‘This season it’s not just about what we offer but how – this is just one of the ways we’re working to support customers as they expect to lower their carbon footprint.’

Alongside their Hirestreet collaboration, the brand has also partnered up with Dotte which helps shoppers hire or sell their pre-worn children’s clothes.

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