The New Clothing Rental Service

In recent years, more companies than we can count have been moving into the rental and subscription industries. From Birchbox and FabFitFun providing customers with boxes full of makeup and women’s goods, to Rent The Runway providing women (and now kids!) rental items to include first evening wear and fancy gowns and now everyday designer pieces.

Even Stitch Fix, where a stylist chooses outfits for the subscription receivers, is offering boxes for kids, along with retail giant Walmart launching its first-ever Kidbox. Opportunities like these make it easier than ever to 1) purchase new, well-liked items, and 2) shop from the comfort of your own home.

The newest store to join in is Urban Outfitters, a trendy retail store for teens and young adults, who will be providing a new subscription service called Nuuly. For $88/month, buyers can receive six pieces of clothing, which they can wear for the month and later return. The service is expected to be launched this summer.

Urban Outfitters began as an experiment by two college kids and now has 245 stores across Canada and the U.S. Additionally, the retail chain owns popular clothing stores Anthropologie and Free People.

For more information on Urban Outfitters’ upcoming clothing rental subscription, take a look at the video above.