Busy schedules leave little room for things like shopping for work wear or upcoming special occasion. It's why on-demand fashion services are so popular.

A closet full of designer clothes could easily cost tens of thousands of dollars, but sharing the cost can make it affordable.

"Where it may be hard to stomach throwing down $2,500 or $4,000 for a statement jacket or fur or gown, perhaps you would be less intimidated to try that at 10 to 20 percent of the retail price for a fun occasion," said Trisha Gregory, the co-founder ofArmarium.

Gregory's app launched this summer. It lets users pick designer threads like Jimmy Choo, Ferragamo and Cavalli, chat with a stylist and get fashions shipped them. Users get to keep the clothes for 4 days.

It's a spinoff of Rent-the-Runway, described as Netflix for fashion. Consumers pay $139 for unlimited outfits. Rent the Runway sends three ensembles at a time that you can swap out as often as you want.

Other services, like Stitch Fix, and MM La Fleur, send a box of hand-picked clothing and accessories based on a user's personal style. You can buy and keep what you like and send back what you don't.

Women aren't the only ones benefiting from the technical retail trend. Men can rent wardrobes from companies like The Black Tux.Read more at:mermaid formal dresses | backless formal dresses