If you’ve been pregnant, you know finding a maternity wardrobe that is both stylish andaffordable can be tricky. And not tricky like it’s not possible, because it is. There are plenty of stores you can shop that have affordable maternity clothes.
The problem is, the clothes often don’t fit more than a few months at best. Then you’ve outgrown them. And for months the cycle goes on. To make matters worse, you’re a hormonal basket case who already feels like nothing fits and by the end of your pregnancy (if you’re anything like me) you’re almost always in tears over how bad everything looks on you.
Do I hear a round of applause ladies?
Fortunately, other women have experienced the same and recognize the need to fashionable maternity clothes that can be rented.
Mine for Nine is one such site. Featured on a variety of sites including People, Glamour, and DailyCandy, Mine for Nine is quickly becoming a go-to place for maternity rentals.
Offering clothes from Shabby Apple, Olian, Hatch, Jules & Jim, Ripe Maternity, Seraphine and more, it’s hard not to get entranced by the collection. And I do mean collection – like, pages and pages of clothes to choose from. Fall in love with something you’ve rented? No problem! You can purchase it.
It’s like Bag, Borrow, or Steal for pregnant mommas!
Borrow pants, skirts, tops, and suits in 1, 2, or 3 month increments (evening wear for 2 weeks) with prices starting around $20. When you’re done using them, just pack them up, affix the provided shipping label, and hand it to your postal carrier. Totally easy!
And when your order equals $75 or more, you’ll get free shipping.
A service like this is great for so many reasons! It allows you to easily expand your maternity wardrobe for a significantly smaller investment, you don’t have to worry about what to do with your maternity clothes once your baby is born, it gives you access to designers that are not frequently carried at major retailers, and this makes switching clothes from season-to-season a cinch!
All clothes are in new or like-new condition and are dry cleaned before being sent to the customer, which also means you don’t need to worry about dry cleaning before you send them back.
Check out Mine for Nine and tell me what you think!
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