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Closet Economics

Shifting the Definition of "Ownership"

Take a closet tour of a Brooklyn-based RTR member.

Closet Economics

Why is Maternity Fashion So Expensive?

Welcome to our new finance-focused series where we get real about the real cost of getting dressed.

Closet Economics

How RTR Reformed This Self-Proclaimed Shopaholic

Welcome to our new finance-focused series where we get real about the real cost of getting dressed.

Closet Economics

From Stressed-Out Shopping to Relaxed Renting on Rotation

Welcome to our new finance-focused series where we get real about the real cost of getting dressed.

Closet Economics

Why This Brooklyn-Based 30-Something Rents Her Wardrobe

Welcome to our new finance-focused series where we get real about the real cost of getting dressed.

Closet Economics

Closet Economics: How RTR Changed This R29 Editor's Finances

Welcome to our new finance-focused series, Closet Economics, where we get real about the real cost of getting dressed.

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The Average Woman Spends $2,000 a Year on Clothes

Why do women spend so much more on fashion than men? Because there is a perennial double standard: men can repeat outfits and women can’t.

Closet Economics

How Much Did You Spend on Dry Cleaning This Month?

Welcome to our new finance-focused series where we get real about the real cost of getting dressed.

Why Women Are Pledging to Buy Less Stuff in 2019 (And Why You Should Too)

It’s the start of a new year, and you’re resolving to do more to upgrade and improve your life. Here’s a radical suggestion: buy less stuff. Did you know the average American woman spends 400 hours a year on shopping alone? That’s 2.5 WEEKS of your entire year devoted to spending money. And then, where […]

75 Things You Can Do More of When You Choose to Shop Less

In the past, there was only one way to get dressed. It involved marathon shopping trips, regrettable purchases and that feeling of never being satisfied with what’s in your closet. Things are about to change. This January, we’re challenging women all across the country to buy less stuff, so they can live more. In her […]