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Rent-a-dress: Designer dresses 90% off

Posted on: March 30, 2009


Photo by bodgie

Photo by bodgie

WEAR TODAY GONE TOMORROW is a new national women’s clothing rental website that specializes in designer dresses, tops, jackets and skirts, from designers including Vera Wang, Etro, DVF and Tracy Reese. It provides a weekly rental system similar to movie and accessories rental websites, but instead with the highest quality, most current designer clothing, at 90 percent off retail, and with no monthly membership or late fees.

WTGT will help women break free from the cost burden of constantly having to purchase new expensive clothing. It gives the customer the benefit of spending less money while obtaining the use of more quality designer clothing.

WTGT created a revolutionary sizing system where clothing is measured, which guarantees clothing will fit, and will give customers their money back if it doesn’t. They also provides fit and styling tips for each piece of clothing, and help via toll free phone and ‘Live Chat’. Returning rentals is simple, with packaging and pre-paid postage included. WTGT uses a high-quality, odorless, organic dry cleaning process. Perc-free dry cleaning is better for the environment, the cleaning operator and the clothing wearer.

Sounds pretty marvlous to me!


2 Responses to "Rent-a-dress: Designer dresses 90% off"

Nice article – too bad the link to the business doesn’t work…

Whats up with that?

It’s: <a href=”
I’ve checked it out… and the site really is amazing!

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