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On Rotation: Sustainable Graduation

. 2 min read . Written by By Rotation
On Rotation: Sustainable Graduation

With endless Zoom classes & virtual exams that students have had to spend the year with, graduations are finally back on track. If you are planning to rent your graduation gown & cap, why not rent your dress too? It's a win win situation, if you ask us.

So we asked recent graduates within the By Rotation community to show us what they are really wearing to their graduation ceremonies.

Beth, @bethhgoodhew
Renting: Bec & Bridge dress
Graduating: Criminology

"I felt so special on my graduation day. It was great knowing that I could make sustainable fashion choices without spending a lot of money."

Cait, @cait_kilpatrick
Renting: Never Fully Dressed dress & gingham Molby The Label dress
Graduating: International Relations at University of St Andrews

Lucy, @lucydavisx
Renting: Vintage Annie's Ibiza dress
Graduating: Fashion Communication at Northumbria University

Melissa, @melissaevelyn_b
Renting: Ganni dress
Graduating: Psychology

"My whole experience with By Rotation was fantastic. I went to their Westfield pop-up and tried on this dress and instantly fell in love. It was then really easy to rent the dress on the app. I couldn’t believe how quickly it came! I’m the type of person who always buys a new outfit for every occasion so renting a dress is incredible option, especially when there are so many beautiful pieces to choose from. Definitely will be renting again!"


Sarah, @mcksa
Renting: Saloni Dress


Discover budget friendly dresses to rent for your graduation below

From left to right: Rat & Boa, Bec And Bridge, Rixo, 16 Arlington, Galvan, De La Vali
From left to right: Orseund Iris, Harmur, Emilia Wickstead, Stine Goya, Andrea Iyamah, Rat & Boa