Melbourne-based Designer Dress Hire Agency Joins Move Toward Sustainable Fashion

Vestrr offers a selection of designer garments, accessories and headwear for hire. The customer can choose from a wide selection of designer brands, and has four days to rent and return their garment.

Box Hill VIC, Australia - September 12, 2019 / / —

Andrew Lin of Vestrr is pleased to announce that the designer dress hire Melbourne company maintains a current and comprehensive website to showcase the many options available for rent. Vestrr has a dress for every occasion. Using the website is easy and convenient; customers can filter by brand, colour, size and more. Simply select the 4-day rental period and have the dress delivered or pick up the garment from Box Hill, Victoria. Renting a unique occasion garment is easy and affordable. An added bonus is that customers can be stylish without contributing to the fast fashion crisis that harshly affects the environment.

Further details are available at https://vestrr.com.au/

Once the event is over, the garment can be dropped off using the provided paid postage bag at the nearest post office or returned back to Box Hill, Victoria. Vestrr will look after everything from the postage to the dry cleaning. The company allows customers to join the move away from fast fashion and toward more sustainable fashion by opting to rewear rather than buy, buy, buy. Vestrr is the go-to place, where women can look and feel beautiful for any occasion.

A spokesperson for the company explained, "We envision a service, which allows women to browse through a wide range of dresses from designers such as Thurley, Zimmermann, Dion Lee and much more. You can search by style, colour, size and occasion. We have a dress for every event. Vestrr aims to modernise the fashion industry through sustainability, saving both the earth and your pocket without foregoing style. Whether you are a wedding guest, invited to a cocktail night, the races or planning a date night with your man, you can find looks for every event. At Vestrr, we pride ourselves on having several beautiful designer dresses that are equally unique and affordable."

"Vestrr has a strong desire" he continued, "to operate as an environmentally friendly company. We believe that sharing dresses amongst a community can increase the number of wears per dress, creating a much more sustainable way for everyone to stay in fashion."

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Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Lin
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Organization: Vestrr
Website: https://vestrr.com.au/

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