Little Borrowed Dress

As an editor at SMP, I get asked on the daily about bridesmaid dresses.  My friends, family and strangers on the street want to know – where can I go to find a fab selection of gowns perfect for each and every one of my besties?  My answer?  Little Borrowed Dress, the crazy cool online boutique that offers bridesmaid dresses for rent.  It’s simple, stress-free and all sorts of amazing.

At Little Borrowed Dress, dress shopping has never been easier, which is why over 10,000 bridesmaids have chosen to rock one of their no alterations needed dresses. Just hop online, peruse their fab array of cocktail frocks for $50 (!) and full length gowns for $75 (!), place your order and a ready-to-wear dress shows up at your doorstep two weeks before your wedding, back-up size included.  Choose from one of 10 different styles in 18 different colors, all while kicking back in some cozy lounge wear and sipping on a glass of your favorite pinot (totally optional, of course).

Want a little test drive before you place your final order?  Little Borrowed Dress has you covered with their free “sample box” (receive one dress in the color of your choice for just the cost of shipping) and their “fitting box” (select three dresses in any size, style and color of your choice for just $75 + shipping), which really makes the entire decision process easy.  You can even order a free fabric swatch!  And did I mention that you simply return the dresses post-wedding in pre-paid packaging?  Sooo fabulous.

So what are you waiting for, loves?  Get to know Little Borrowed Dress on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram and visit one of their awesome trunk shows in Washington DC, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago and Atlanta.  You can try on dresses, meet a plethora of amazing wedding vendors and, of course, fall in love with everything Little Borrowed Dress.  Click here to RSVP.

Photography: Elizabeth Messina

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