What You Love to Wear: Dresses, jeans and a button down, leather jacket, monochromatic looks
What You Hate to Wear: The wrong outfit for the weather! Being caught by surprise by Chicago’s ever-changing temperatures
What You are Afraid to Wear: Mixed, oversized prints
What Do You Wear to Work: I start in my workout clothes in the morning and change based on what I have on the calendar that day! Usually a simple dress or top and pants combo.
Do You Like to Accessorize (Jewelry, Scarves, etc.)? Love to accessorize with jewelry, trying to make myself wear more scarves!
Favorite Stores/Boutiques/Online: alice + olivia, Revolve, Shopbop, BaubleBar, Nordstrom
Style/Fashion Tips and/or Advice: You do you! Dress to be the woman you want to be.
Stylish Aspirations: To fill out my capsule wardrobe by age 30; to own the perfect bag for my lifestyle
Fall/Winter Style Must-Have:Over the knee boots, leather anything, and the right scarves and gloves to bundle up!
Keeping up with appearances is tough and costly—it’s hard to buy new outfits all the time. Why not borrow from someone whose style you love? Or maybe you’re looking to be an entrepreneur from home and want to make some cash off items sitting in your closet. This is where DesignerShare comes in.
DesignerShare is the first truly peer-to-peer marketplace for women to rent their designer clothing and accessories to one another. What do we mean by this? Simple: We allow our users to connect directly and get to know each other—you’re opening yourself to amazing new pieces and friends in one place.
Our goal is to allow women to look and feel fabulous all while expanding their networks—it’s about building each other up and feeling your most confident. Call us fashion feminists, if you will.
DesignerShare was started by Sarah Perkins and Bill Meyer, a couple of family friends who came together on a sharing business dream with a fashion twist.
Sarah has always loved sharing her clothes and accessories with friends. But she never realized the idea could be a full-blown enterprise until college when she was lending out party dresses to her peers regularly—and not wanting to wear the same thing over and over again. From this, DesignerShare was born.