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Basics to revolve your rented wardrobe around

As having something called a capsule wardrobe has become a big trend over the past few years people are experimenting with lowering the number of the clothes they keep in their wardrobe while keeping as many versatile outfit options as possible. Although mastering this art deserves a complete appreciation, let’s not fool ourselves. Most of us like to have options. With Reason to Rent you can have both. Here is a list of 10 key staple items to keep in your own wardrobe while experiencing the thrilling abundance of fashion possibilities with our monthly subscription. These pieces combined with new rented items every month will make your wardrobe both minimal and super-exciting.

1. Blue oxford button-up.

Really big this spring, the blue oxford shirt definitely can’t be left out of your wardrobe. You can layer it open with an exciting graphic tee or a light jumper under or keep it buttoned up with a nice blazer for a more put-together look. To make this work garment more adventurous try wearing it with leather trousers or a super-feminine skirt.

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2. Leather jacket.

Whether you choose an eco-vegan leather option or a good sturdy real leather one, the biker jacket is a real must-have investment that never goes out of style. Throw it over a rented dress to give your style a little edge during a fancy event or pair it with a graphic tee and distressed denim trousers for a whole punk rock look.

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3. Black polo neck

It goes well under shirts, dresses and thicker jumpers but can also look really sleek and stylish on its own with a midi skirt, pair of elegant trousers and a gold necklace. Such a universal garment just can’t be left out from your wardrobe.

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4. Simple white tee

As shockingly boring as this statement may be, I believe that everyone should have at least one white t-shirt in their wardrobe. As unexciting as it may look on its own, this simple garment has an infinite styling potential. You can wear it with an array of cardigans, jackets and overshirts, you can choose a statement pair of flares or a frilly skirt in a bold colour to really dress it up or you can choose to keep it simple with a pair of boot-cut jeans and a pair of big gold hoops.

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5. Trench coat

This one is pretty self-explanatory. Everything goes well with a classic beige trench coat. If you invest in a good quality one you can be sure that it will stay with you for years making all of your rented looks look really classy and effortlessly chic.

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6. Straight-line midi skirt.

Although it may seek to be just a workwear piece, a straight, one colour midi skirt can be paired up with many exciting things to create a professional yet trendy look. This season try renting a puffy-sleeved blouse or a double-breasted blazer with padded shoulders to go with it and see how fashionable it can look.

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7. Fitted blazer

Another workwear item that has become really trendy over the past few years and it really is a trend you shouldn’t miss out on. Choose a black, beige or navy one to make sure that it can be easily paired up with brighter colours for eye-catching looks. Wear it with a nice summer dress and cool pair of trainers for a more casual feel or change the trainers for strappy kitten heels to make it more elegant.

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8. Long cardigan.

Choose wool or cashmere one in a muted colour so you can really get your wear out of it. It pairs up well with everyday casual outfits but also with classy skirts and dresses for the evening outings.

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9. Small hoop earrings

We can’t forget about accessories. Gold or silver hoops can be a true icing on the cake for almost every outfit. If you choose a more dainty, subtle pair you can go for a more statement necklace but if you prefer your hoops bigger, leave your neck bare for an elegant and balanced look.

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10. Silk scarf.

Last but not least a one-colour scarf is a great addition for your wardrobe, especially in the early spring months when weather is still very volatile. Wear it for a touch of warmth and style with all of your new, rented looks.

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