Category archives: Press

The PepTides Rock RfR Dresses For Ottawa Life Magazine Cover

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We recently had the pleasure of dressing the ladies of Ottawa's nine-member pop band, The PepTides, for their cover story in Ottawa Life Magazine. RfR stylist, MJ LeBlanc andKatie Hession (founder, YOW City Style) honed in on the band's funky vibe and chose dramatic frocks by Allison Parris, Theia, and Badgley Mischka paired with edgy statement accessories. [...]

Heather In Heels Talks About Rent frock Repeat Experience

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One of our very fabulous customers, Heather, wrote about her amazing Rent frock Repeat experience on heatherinheels.com. This past weekend I had another fabulous frock experience from Rent Frock Repeat. Long time Heather in Heels readers will know much I love Rent Frock Repeat and being able to rent a beautiful and perfectly fitted designer dress for next[...]

Village Living Magazine Tells You How To Rock The Frock For Your Body Shape

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Village Living Magazine featured Rent frock Repeat on their guide to dressing for body shapes. "If you can't see yourself getting much wear out of a dress beyond one particular occasion, that’s where Rent Frock Repeat swoops in. They provide a serious style quotient that you can rent for the evening and return post party." Read the entire article h[...]

Fatima Zaidi Gives Shout-Out To RfR On Huffington Post

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Our former RfR guru, Fatima Zaidi, mentions the RfR brand in a Huffington Post article on creating a zero-waste future. "Instead of buying brand new clothing, you could support the circular, sharing economy by buying from second-hand clothing stores or renting one-time use outfits from companies like Rent frock Repeat."  - Fatima Zaidi Read the ent[...]

PRESS: The Globe And Mail - Why Borrowing is the New Black

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Rent frock Repeat's Co-Founders, Kristy Wieber and Lisa Owen were featured in The Globe And Mail's Fashion & Beauty column in an article discussing "Why Borrowing Is The New Black". If a woman’s perennial problem is a closet full of clothes but nothing to wear, then surely an empty wardrobe is the solution. That is effectively the case being made by[...]