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Why Buy When You Can Rent Outfits For Your BFF’s Wedding? Here Are Some Of Our Best Picks From Clothing Rentals Online.

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The wedding season is officially here and I have so many events lined up. Some of my friends and cousins are getting married and here I am, counting my pennies and trying to save up for all the clothes I will have to buy. It’s been like that since the past two years; every December my bank balance reaches alarmingly low levels. The thing is, we can’t even wear the same outfit to every wedding because then how will we get content for Instagram? That’s important – we can’t put so many hours of dressing up to waste. So all those outfits that you bought with your hard-earned money will just lie in your house, locked away in trunks! Plus, there is a huge disparity between the kind of clothes I like and the kind that I can actually buy. So unless I am planning to sell my kidney, and then some more, I decided that it’s best to rent out an outfit!

Some of the online wedding clothing rental companies include Flyrobe, Stage 3, The Clothing Rental, Rent An Attire, The Style Ease, Date The Ramp, etc. You can find a plethora of styles for a variety of occasions such as Sangeet, Haldi, Mehendi, Shaadi and Reception. Whether you want a sharara set, a lehenga or a gown, you can browse through the available options and get it delivered to your place, at a fraction of the buy-out price. Sounds good to me! Because I am feeling extra generous and I was browsing the sites anyway to find outfits for myself, I curated some for you too. Check out these or simply explore more options on the clothing rental websites you like. And then thank us later when you look stunning at your BFFs wedding!


This Sabyasachi Mukherjee red embroidered lehenga will make you look elegant and poised. I love monotone outfits and this one comes in the a rich bridal hue!


If you love all things floral, this blue Sabyasachi lehenga with pink and yellow foliage pattern will have your heart. Add a bit of bling to your attire with a gold sequinned dupatta or ditch it – your choice!

This Mahima Mahajan yellow raw silk lehenga boasts of a deep leaf neck blouse with a dori tie-up at the back. It will be cold in the winters but the look won’t disappoint! The skirt has can-can and flares up perfectly.


This Her Closet ethnic gown has a beige base topped by heavy gold embroidery so you look understated but dramatic, all at once.

This ruffled brown gown is perfect for someone who likes to keep it simple and feminine.


For mehendi, we usually tend to wear green and this kurta set is perfect for this occasion. It’s not OTT but looks great at the same time.


This embellished gown will give your look a subtle sheen and is great for a day function.



Keep it simple yet stylish with this pre-stitched mint saree with yellow blouse.

If you wish to go all out on haldi ceremony, try this yellow net embellished lehenga!



Shararas are in right now and this pink set will make you stand out in the sangeet ceremony. It’s also comfy to dance around in.

Look feminine in this tulle lehenga at the Sangeet ceremony, mixing traditional with contemporary!



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