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My Wardrobe HQ


MY WARDROBE HQ is the UK’s premier destination for luxury fashion rental; a social community for buying, selling and renting designer items from people and profiles that can covet. Customers can shop womenswear and accessories from the wardrobes of Arizona Muse, Poppy and Chloe Delevingne, Olivia Buckingham, Roxie Nafousi, Caroline Fleming, amongst other fashion stylists and influencers.

MWHQ is a social shopping platform with a sustainable heart, one that is fully circular by allowing users to rent and monetise their own wardrobes. The unique buy and borrow model allow consumers to ‘try before they buy’, with no hidden catches.

An innovative – and exclusive to MWHQ – new payment system, ShieldPay gives users complete control with no hidden costs. Many other rental platforms can only loan up to 7 days and pre-authorise the full RRP of the item each time it’s rented, something that is often overlooked by the buyer. With ShieldPay, users on MWHQ can rent an item from 1 day to 1 year – this is completely unique.

Renters are also be given the option to buy the product outright. My Wardrobe HQ takes a 20% fee on transactions.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Chesterton Square, London W8 6PJ
Company Information
Marketplace Type: Rental & Resale
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Bags; Accessories; Footwear

Number of Brands Stocked: Approx 20
Key Brands Stocked:

Stella McCartney; Gucci; Prada; Anya Hindmarch; Chanel; Saint Laurent, Needle & Thread; Mulberry, Givenchy; IRO; Maje; Sandro; Ganni; Rixo; Valentino; Zimmermann; Kalita; Temperley; Vivienne Westwood; Isabel Marant

Payment Methods:

Credit card; Debit card

Delivery Options:

Within the M25 delivery is using a trusted partner, Green Couriers.
Throughout the rest of the UK, DPD or UPS.

Key Countries Shipped To:


Marketplace / Aggregator: Yes

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