Learn how Amber finds joy in fashion, even during quarantine!
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San Diego, CA
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“I volunteer as a Board Member with the California Innocence Project, an organization dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals.
I also volunteer with Frosted Faces Foundation, an organization dedicated to finding homes and medical care for senior animals.
Both organizations host events every year that I would typically rent dresses for, but this year since everything is virtual you’ll find me in sweats and a Zoom-friendly top!”
“It’s normally gala season for me about now, and I would be renting dresses (I don’t buy my gowns.) I’ve been craving that kind of fun, so I rent the dresses anyway! I’ve been having a lot of fun taking pictures. It’s still something I can do for myself.
Pre-COVID, 90% of my rentals used to be classic business casual clothes. Now, I find that I’m open to wearing whatever looks fun. I’ve felt like I can try out new types of clothes, and I’ve definitely gotten more adventurous!
When it comes to clothes, I know what I want. For me, Armoire has always been about fun, and dressing the way I want to dress. All while being financially responsible- and avoiding dry cleaning! Armoire feels like the responsible choice at the end of the day.”
“I really appreciate Armoire’s commitment to showcasing sustainable, women-owned, and minority-owned brands.
Their customer service is also one of a kind – you really get personalized, one-on-one attention anytime you reach out. That hasn’t always been my experience with rental, and it’s one of the things that led me to Armoire!
I absolutely love the PWR Feed too! It’s not overly busy like Instagram, and it’s so useful (and fun!) to see how the clothes fit on real people.”