Rent The Runway Try On Haul ft. Herve Leger, Rails & More

Rent The Runway Try On Haul ft. Herve Leger, Rails & More

Rent The Runway Try On Haul

Outfit Try On Haul

About the video

Hey there, fashionistas! Welcome back to SheTheSavant, where we talk about all things fashion. Today, I am super excited to share with you all a quick try-on haul featuring some amazing outfits I got from Rent The Runway. Now, before we get started, I just want to mention that I know I have a little lip gloss mishap in this video. I only noticed it during editing, but hey, we’re all human, right? So, let’s jump right in and have some fashion fun!

Dress from Rotate by Somebody Virginson

First up, I have to talk about this gorgeous dress from Rotate by Somebody Virginson. I love this piece! It’s an adorable blazer dress in a stunning shade of bright pink. Lately, I’ve been really into vibrant colors, so this dress caught my eye. It has snaps on the side and provides a comfortable and stylish fit. The only thing I would say is that I wish it was a little more cinched in the waist to give it some added structure. But overall, I think it’s a really cute and trendy dress that can be dressed up or down for any occasion.

Blazer by Officing Hannah Rowell

Next up, I’m excited to talk about this blazer by Officing Hannah Rowell. Now, I have to be honest with you all, this blazer comes with a hefty price tag of around $600 if you’re looking to purchase it. But let me tell you, it’s worth every penny! As someone who works from home, I often have to get on camera and look professional. This blazer is perfect for those occasions when I want to quickly elevate my outfit and give it a polished touch. It has a unique lining and offers a more relaxed fit compared to traditional blazers. The material is incredibly soft, giving it a luxurious feel. I’ll have to double-check, but I believe it’s made of wool. The structured shoulders add a touch of sophistication without being too overpowering. Overall, I’m impressed with this blazer and its versatility.

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Jacket from Rails

Now, let’s talk about this stunning jacket from Rails. It’s what they call a shacket, a combination of a shirt and a jacket. This particular piece features a plaid pattern and falls to my knees, giving it a full-length jacket look. I personally really like this jacket, but I do have one small issue with it. The dropped shoulders don’t do much for my body type, as I have a pear-shaped figure. I find that I tend to get lost in oversized clothing with this type of shoulder design. However, I must admit that it looks amazing on my fiancé! Perhaps if I belt it or style it differently, it would work better for me. Pairing it with some over-the-knee boots and a turtleneck might create a more flattering silhouette. But all in all, it’s a stylish jacket that adds a trendy touch to any outfit.

Jacket from Slate & Willow

Now, let me introduce you to my favorite item from this haul – this jacket from Slate & Willow. Talk about softness and comfort! The jacket is incredibly cozy, and the brown cow print gives it a unique and fashionable look. I wore this out to dinner recently, and not only is it lightweight, but it also provides just the right amount of warmth for those chilly fall evenings. It’s the perfect transitional piece that can be layered over any outfit. Plus, the brown color goes well with anything and everything. I’m seriously considering buying this jacket for myself. It’s just that good!

Two-piece set by Herve Leger

Last but not least, I want to share this fabulous two-piece set by Herve Leger. Now, I have to warn you, this set is on the pricy side, but it’s adorable! I hope my nipples don’t pop out, but the fit is really cute. I have a fun event coming up – a drag show with some of the queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race – and it’s in a Halloween theme. So, I thought this bright pink two-piece set would be the perfect outfit for the occasion. I’ve been really into fuchsia tones lately, and this set just screams fun and fabulousness. I can already envision it paired with some over-the-knee boots or even a colored boot for some extra pizzazz. It’s a definite standout outfit that I can’t wait to rock!

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Staud bag

Now, let’s move on to some accessories – bags, to be precise. First up, we have the Staud bag. You might have seen a similar bag that has been getting a lot of attention lately, but this one is a different version that you can find on Amazon. I have to admit, I’m not a huge fan of this bag. While it may look cute, I find it uncomfortable to carry on my shoulder when there are things inside. It always ends up being an elbow situation, which is not how I prefer to carry a bag. So, unfortunately, this one didn’t quite meet my expectations.

Coorello bag

Now, let’s move on to something that caught my eye – the Coorello bag. Oh my goodness, it’s absolutely beautiful! This gorgeous quilted bag is a real showstopper. It features a stunning color that goes with everything, instantly elevating any outfit. Even if you’re wearing the most basic outfit, adding a pop of color like this can make all the difference. I love the quilted leather and the gold accents. This bag can be worn as a crossbody or traditionally on the shoulder, which is my personal preference for a bag of this size. It’s incredibly cute and well-made, and I might just have a hard time giving it up. If it were a little cheaper or if there were a discount, I would definitely consider adding it to my collection. It’s just that good!


Final thoughts

And there you have it, my lovely fashionistas – my Rent The Runway Try On Haul! I hope you enjoyed the looks and had as much fun as I did. I apologize if my energy seemed a bit low today, but I assure you, I love you all and appreciate your support. Remember to stay blessed and stay safe!

Summary of the video

To summarize, in this try on haul, I showcased various outfits and bags from Rent The Runway. The standout pieces for me were the blazer dress from Rotate by Somebody Virginson, the blazer from Officing Hannah Rowell, and the jacket from Slate & Willow. Each piece had its unique style and added a touch of flair to any outfit. As for the bags, while the Staud bag didn’t quite meet my expectations, the Coorello bag stole the show with its stunning quilted design and versatility. All in all, it was a fun and fashionable experience, and I hope you enjoyed joining me on this fashion adventure!

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