The Best Clothing Rental Online Jobs!

With the help of clothing rental sites, the world can look good for less. Rent clothes and accessories to make money, share your style, then shop for more!


Everyone can enjoy quality clothing from top designers thanks to peer-to-peer rentals. Unleash your passion for fashion and share your styles. We need a little more bang for our buck these days, which is why the online clothes rental market is booming and growing globally.[1] Rent out your clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories for work-from-home jobs of the future!

Create A Fashionista Frenzy!

StyleLend helps you make money renting out your entire closet! From bags and accessories to dresses and shoes you can share your designer style across the nation. While you launder the clothing for rent, create a listing and set your prices at 10% of the retail price. Receive shipping labels and packaging supplies to send your pretties around the country! Before long, your investments will have paid for themselves!

Lend Your Looks at StyleLend!

Hustle Like A Diva!

Bag Borrow or Steal provides fashion experiences with the help of stylish entrepreneurs like yourself! Rent out designer handbags and luxury accessories to pre-screened renters. Don’t fret the dry-cleaning bill either! All items will be professionally cleaned before they are returned to you. Leases on accessories last 30 days but can be kept and renewed for as long as you allow.

Fashion Pays at Bag Borrow or Steal!

Join a network of fashionistas for free today. There are no hidden fees, even shipping and returns are free! Share your new, vintage, or pre-owned fashion and accessories to make a living working from home. Share your flair and profit with style!

*Before renting out property, make sure you are 100% covered. Take precautionary steps and protect yourself from risk, loss, or damages. If you are without personal insurance, it's not hard to find a reputable provider. Some of our partners offer insurance or other protection plans that help you secure your possessions, but if you own something, it is your responsibility to keep it protected.