WITH summer finally on the horizon, wedding season is very nearly upon us.
But if you're looking for the perfect wedding guest dress or a frock for a special occasion, then you're in luck…because ASOS has launched its first occasion wear rental edit with Hirestreet.
Shoppers can rent out everything from dresses, co-ords and jumpsuits for 4, 10 or 30 days – and prices start from just £17, depending on how long you rent them for.
And with some of the rental options retailing at £200, there's no doubt you're nabbing yourself a total bargain.
And perhaps the best part of all?
Shoppers can currently get a whopping 50% off all orders using code '50OFF' but be warned, the discount is only lasting for 48 hours.
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Among the frocks on offer include the 'ASOS Design Soft Midi Dress With Embrodiery Detail In Sage,' which usually costs £95 but can be rented from £20.
It features an intricately detailed embroidered design, square neck and puff sleeves, and is complete with tie back detail.
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Another frock available to rent is the £65 'ASOS Luxe Sweetheart Neck Contrast Bow Back Bodycon Mini Dress.'
It has a stunning eye-catching sweetheart neckline, low-cut back and bow detail and is available to rent from just £20.
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The £58 'ASOS DESIGN Long Sleeve Maxi Dress In Tropical Print,' which has a plunge neck, cut-out design and ruffle hem can be rented from £20 and is perfect for a special occasion.
But if a pink power suit is more your sort of style, then the 'ASOS Edition Oversized Longline Blazer & Trouser Co-Ord' could be right up your street.
Retailing at £160, it can be rented from a very reasonable £31.
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