We Love: Girl Meets Dress…

This isn’t the first time I’ve written about GMD recently, and probably won’t be the last.

It’s just…well…I’m blown away by their service. And it’s not very often you can say that.

If you don’t know, Girl Meets Dress allow you to hire (for 2 days or a week) fabulous gowns and dresses by top end, luxury designers, that let’s face it, most of us can’t afford to buy outright! Hire costs start from just £39 – so that’s the same price as it costs for something from one of the lower end high street stores. But it’s designer. And you’ll look fabulous, and blow everyone’s minds. Which is what we want on a night out, right?!

As well as a huge selection of dresses (with options for New Years Eve, Office Party, Cocktail Party, Ball, Birthday, Wedding Guest and more), they also help out with accessories. From Spanx to handbags, hosiery to hats, you can sort your entire outfit for next to nothing, and never be seen in the same thing twice. Unless you want to.

Some things really ARE that good!

Brilliantly, there’s also a membership option, which makes dress hire even more affordable. You can rent any dress, every month, for just £39! Considering some of the hire costs are 3x that amount, it’s a bloody good deal if you’re likely to be out regularly.

On top of all this, the staff are incredibly helpful and they have built in “make your life easier” features that take the panic out of “what am I going to wear?!” When you rent your dress, you can try on extras, just in case it doesn’t fit. You can even buy some of the dresses, if you can’t bear to give it back. Plus, you can reserve dresses in advance, get stylists recommendations…and never have to worry about the dry cleaning, as they take care of that too.

As you can probably tell, I’m a bit of a fan girl. Here are some of my favourite available pieces:








I’d love to hear if you use the service…and if so, which dress you chose?


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