Everything You Need To Know About the HURR App

News just in: the HURR app has officially landed!

We're bringing on-demand fashion rental straight to your feeds to make looking good while caring for the planet easier than ever. Discover how it works and claim an exclusive app discount code, just in time for Christmas.


Changing the behaviours of fashion-lovers everywhere, we're giving lenders the chance to monetise their pieces and renters the chance to shine in them for a fraction of the retail price. By empowering women to share wardrobes, we’re sending fashion round in circles – one rental at a time.

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Be the first to know about new arrivals, promotions, rentals and sales, with notifications straight to your screen.

Simple icons make it even easier to get around the app. Tap the heart when you like an item and it'll be added to your HURR Wishlist. We'll recommend any similar new arrivals just for you.

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Hit the search tab and find outfits you love, browse new arrivals and get snap happy with our 60 second photo upload.

Rent items for 4, 8, 10 or 20 days and book your outfits up to four months in advance. As ever, if you need a helping hand with your listings, ping us a WhatsApp and we'll get back to you ASAP.

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Think renting is cool but yet to give it a go?

Now you can have all the fun dressing up, but with a commitment to the planet. To get you started, use the code "APPYRENTING" to get £10 OFF your first rental today when you download and use the HURR App. Call it an early Christmas present from HURR to you.

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