Lady Jetset sounds like someone who could be in the next “Terminator” or Marvel movie, but, this is a different kind of hero. It’s actually a service, and it’s here to save you from a fashion emergency.
We’ve all been there. You’re on vacay relaxing when you suddenly get a last-minute invite to something big, and you have nothing to wear!
Rental fashion is getting hotter and a new local company is getting ready to change how you travel.
Lady Jetset allows you to travel light, and when you get to your destination, your runway-ready outfit is waiting for you!
Creator, Bethany Sharp explains how it all works and what inspired her to come up with the idea.
Ladies! Hate overpacking for vacations or business trips? Well, listen up! There’s a designer clothing rental company that’s revolutionizing the way women travel. Co-founder of Lady Jetset and Florida native, Bethany Sharp, is making it easier to pack clothes and limit hauling luggage.
Through the company’s website, customers can select their desired pieces and have them shipped directly to their travel or event destinations.
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NORTH PALM BEACH — Every time Bethany Sharp returned from an overseas trip with her race-car driver husband and two little girls, she asked herself the same question.
What could she do to make it easier to pack clothes and limit hauling luggage?
After a near-miss involving a baggage claim delay and a connecting flight, Bethany Sharp and her husband, pro racecar driver Scott Sharp, vowed to stick to carry-ons for their frequent travels.