Rent your wardrobe with a new online shopping site
Calling all fashionistas! I'm sure you remember that scene in Sex and the City where Jennifer Hudson introduces Carrie to renting designer handbags? Can you imagine if that really existed?
Well everybody, welcome to Shecky's Closet! It's basically the same concept but with your whole wardrobe. It's time to cut up your department store credit cards, and make the world your dressing room.
What it is
Shecky's Closet has successfully combined the convenience of a Netflix rental structure with the fun and excitement of online shopping. You are just one click away from a whole new world of outfit combinations that you probably would have never bought for yourself. If you're anything like me, you've probably seen a piece of clothing or jewelry that you thought would look good with an outfit, but didn't necessarily want to purchase it, or have the cash to spend on it. Now you can "borrow" fashionable clothing without the hassle of long return lines, overdraft fees or those rude customer service employees.
How it works
I know we all wish that looking good could be free, but unfortunately that's a dream that can't come true. However, for a flat fee of $39.95 a month, Shecky's will give you 175 credits to bank into your account (1 credit=$1). All you have to do is go to the site, pick out what you want and Shecky's will ship it to you for free. But what if there are multiple items on the site that I want? No problem because there are no limits to how many items you can borrow, as long as you don't exceed your 175 credits. If you see something you really want over 175 credits, no problem because you can upgrade your account to "platinum" for only $10 more a month.
You have up to 30 days to enjoy the items you borrowed, but can exchange them at any time. Simply put them back in the box they came in, ship it back free of charge and start all over again. If you grow attached to the item that you rent, or just realize how good you look in it, you can buy it from Shecky's for a discounted price. For additional details on how it works, check out the instructional video.