A major British clothing manufacturer Marks & Spencer will rent capsule wardrobes for a month. The company’s decision was explained by the desire to provide customers with an eco-friendly opportunity to change images, but at the same time contribute to saving the planet from the effects of climate change, The Guardian reports.
As the company’s employees emphasize, the brand can rent a wardrobe of ten images for a month. Thus, buyers will be able to change their appearance, saving money and taking care of nature.
In total, 78 wardrobe items, including shoes and accessories, participate in the program. The capsule can be obtained on the Hiretreet website – the cost of the image starts from 39 pounds.