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Hong Kong’s best rental fashion services

By Annette Chan 21 September 2020

Let’s be real: Between our exorbitant property prices and general lack of space, staying abreast of the latest fashion trends in Hong Kong can get expensive—and impractical—fast. That’s not to say you have to spend the rest of your life repeating outfits, though (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Give your trusty special occasion outfit—you know the one—a rest without making a forever commitment with these Hong Kong-based fashion rental sites.

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Wardrobista

Do you have trouble understanding what a “garden party” dress code entails? Or are you unclear on what constitutes a cocktail dress? Wardrobista’s got you covered—the website’s huge inventory has been helpfully sorted into smaller, more digestible sections like “wedding” (comprising bridal, bridal party, mother of the bride, and guest edits), “holiday,” and even “horse racing.” If you prefer to browse in person—or want guidance from the Wardrobista team—you can also schedule a visit to their Causeway Bay showroom.

Wardrobista, 2/F, 17–19 Yun Ping Road, Causeway Bay | (+852) 6611 8715

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Style Carousel

If you plan on renting on a regular basis, a subscription service like Style Carousel's Style Pass is probably the best bang for your buck. The cost is dependent on your membership type, but all subscribers get five credits a month to use on clothes, bags, and accessories, as well as unlimited exchanges, complimentary deliveries, and refundable rental protection. Of course, you can also choose to borrow items for one-off events without strings if you prefer—if you were renting a wedding dress, for example. Designers range from timeless classics like Chanel, Halston Heritage, and Prada to more avant-garde houses like Rick Owens, Pleats Please, and Sacai.

Style Carousel isn’t just for renters, though—you can also list your own items for rent and get paid up to 60 percent of the fee. Don’t worry about any of the logistics—Style Carousel’s team will handle the collection, storage, delivery, cleaning, and repairs.

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Prêt-à-Dress

As per the name, Prêt-à-Dress is pretty much the place to go if you’re in dire need of a special frock, but don’t plan on forking out a fortune for the honour of wearing it precisely one time. The clothing here skews towards being more conventionally feminine—think Badgley Mischka, Self-Portrait, Elie Saab, and DVF. The site also carries designer jewellery, bags, and even a small range of cosmetics (for purchase only, of course). Prefer to rely on your gut feeling when you shop? That’s fine, too—just drop the PAD team a line to schedule a visit to their Central showroom. You can also sign up for the VIP membership to get early access, special discounts, and free custom fittings!

Prêt-à-Dress, Unit A, 25/F, Car Po Commercial Building, 18 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central | (+852) 2217 8330

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Style Theory

Treat yourself to a little arm candy with Style Theory’s brand-new Hong Kong site. The Singaporean designer consignment store recently expanded to Hong Kong and brought a whopping 2,000 bags from brands like Hermès, Chanel, Gucci, and Goyard with them. The Style Theory subscription starts at $899 a month and includes a guarantee of authenticity, free delivery and returns, and access to community events. You can rent bags for one to three months, or even purchase them outright if you decide you’ve found a keeper.

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Annette Chan

Senior editor

Annette is an editor and copywriter with a lifetime of experience in hunting out the most interesting, odd, and delightful things about her beloved home city. Having written extensively about everything from food and culture to fashion, music, and hospitality, she considers her speciality to be Hong Kong itself. In her free time, you can find Annette trying out new dumpling recipes or playing Big Two at her favourite local bars with a cocktail in hand.

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