Have you heard of Lendperk? The Budget Babe introduced me to them yesterday. I probably would have signed up already if she hadn’t called them the Netflix for dresses. See… Netflix didn’t work for me. Here’s a little insight into the weird mind that is me.
I can’t be bothered to walk to the entertainment hutch-thing, open doors, figure out which device is the DVD player (because I learned Monday that I can’t manage the BluRay’s remote), toss whatever disc the Knight left in there somewhere, insert what I want to watch, and play. I can however, use “guide” and “list” on our DVR thingee, so I watch NCIS and Diners, Drive-ins and Dives over and over when the Knight isn’t home to operate the audio-visual equipment.
In theory, Lendperk seems to have been designed for me. Here’s more insight into who I am… while I have favorites I enjoy wearing over and over, I really like mixing it up. I rarely remember if a friend has worn something before, unless it was something I coveted. (Yes, I was raised Catholic and know that’s a sin, but green is my favorite color, my eye color, and I just can’t help it.)
What say you? Should I give Lendperk a try? February is shot, but March has a League-wide meeting of monumental proportions, and April and May are chocked full of socials, meetings, ceremonies, and other reasons to have extra dresses that I haven’t worn over and over on hand.
The brands they offer are not designer, and they range from Modcloth to J Crew. They run from truly casual to what they call formal, or what I’d call fancy cocktail/party frocks. For instance, while this Modcloth pretty is considered formal, I’d wear it to our community celebration awards ceremony or our May/annual dinner. The ceremony is daytime and I typically wear a true “day dress” (meaning Sunday best or dressy business) while the dinner is obviously in the evening and as the master of ceremonies, I’ll wear something cocktail-ish.
Have you heard of Lendperk? Should I give them a try?