4 Best Maternity Rental Options – Dressing The Bump In Style On A Budget Part 2

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Borrow For Your Bump Subscription Box, $99/month

Something I’ve been seeing a lot of recently are rental subscriptions and services for clothing, and what better time to rent clothing than when it will only fit you for a limited amount of time! I think it makes sense to rent maternity clothes because it allows you to wear nice clothes that fit well and look good, without investing a ton of money in them. PLUS you’re bound to have at least one wedding or fancy event to attend while pregnant and why buy when you will literally only wear it once?

Here are the best 4 options for maternity clothing rentals, as well as a $50 gift card giveaway and 10% discount code! And read to the end because I saved the best for last.

Cara Loren Jogger Pant

Le Tote Maternity rental outfit

Le Tote Maternity

Le Tote offers clothing rentals for maternity and non-maternity clothing, which might make it a great option for after you deliver and before you fit back into those skinny jeans. You can get 3 maternity garments and 2 accessories shipped to your home as many times as you want per month for a flat fee of $69/month. You get to pick out what you want to receive, although there are also recommendations provided. And they carry some higher end brands so you can still wear your favorite designer jeans brand even when pregnant.

 

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Rent for $45, From Mine For Nine

Mine For Nine

This option allows you to borrow specific pieces on demand – including evening, cocktail and work dresses – without a subscription to worry about. Prices range, but you can generally rent a dress for under $50 for a couple of weeks. The site isn’t as polished, and you have to work a little harder to find something you’d love, but there are some great options.

Polka Dot Dress, $72 Rental From Borrow For Your Bump

Borrow For Your Bump

This is both a subscription service and/or an à la carte rental option. You can rent a dress for 1-4 weeks for anywhere from $52 to $102 or you can pay $99/month for unlimited access to 4 pieces at a time ranging from casual to professional attire. They also have a collection of basics that you can add to your subscription box and purchase to keep. You create a style profile that you can change as much as you want along with your size to make sure your recommendation suit your needs.

I like that the site is easy to navigate, they don’t have as many dress options but they are all cute. And it seems like the boxes have name brand clothing that you wouldn’t want to purchase at full price.

Ok now for the option I’m most excited about finding:

MotherHood CLoset – Maternity Consignment

This look by @natalie_dressed under $89 from MotherhoodCloset.com!

This site is genius. This works as a designer consignment maternity shop that ALSO rents the clothes for 3, 6, or 9 months. The way they do it is also brilliant and makes it extremely affordable. You choose 15 gently used pieces (as long as they’re not labeled new) and you pay $150 to rent them for the whole 3 months, then you pay $20 to swap them out when you need to. Brands range from Joe’s Jeans, Isabella Oliver dresses (top of the line maternity dresses) to Pea In The Pod and Jessica Simpson Maternity.

I actually contacted the company to make sure that this is for real because I can’t believe what a great savings this is. Not only is it real but they offered to do a giftcard giveaway (see below!) and a discount for FBTB readers!

  • Get 10% off your order if you use the code FromBelly2Birth –> Shop now
  • Enter to win a $50 giftcard to MotherhoodCloset.com

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You can also purchase single items from their selection online, which in some cases might make sense to do. Seriously, check this out I definitely intend on using this service next time I’m pregnant!

Maternity Clothes Rental and Consignment

Isabella Oliver Top, $39.99

 

 

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