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You like Netflix, why not rent your daughter’s clothes?

It’s not just movies and furniture anymore.

At parents who want to keep their child in designer dresses every month can rent them for a fee. Right now, it’s just girl’s clothing and the cost range from about $39 for up to three outfits to $67 a month for up to six.

How does it work?

According to the site, once you join the club and make your selections, the clothes are shipped to you. After 30 days you return them in a postage paid box.

You don’t have to wash the clothes before you send them back, since the company handles having the clothes laundered in fragrance-free detergent.

While this borrowing method may work for some, I can see possible hiccups in my house already. What if you lose a belt or jacket with the outfit, for instance?

And how do you handle the sentimental child who wants to wear that yellow dress way beyond the borrowing period?

Share your thoughts.

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Gretchen Day-Bryant has a son in high school and a daughter in middle school. She’s lived to tell about the struggles of juggling little kids and work.
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