Amazon Prime Wardrobe Lets You Try on Clothing at Home Without Buying a Thing
Amazon is making major waves in the fashion world. They recently introduced Amazon Look, your own personal digital stylist, so you can have your Cher moment à la Clueless. But in case you like the more tactile aspects of shopping, like trying on the clothes, Amazon’s latest offering (and soon-to-be Stitch Fix rival), Prime Wardrobe, is for you.
The new feature, currently in beta, allows you to try on clothing before you buy it. Here’s how it works: Prime subscribers can select three or more clothing and/or accessory items (they’ll be labeled so you’ll know they’re eligible) to try on at home. Choose from over a million styles in women’s, men’s, kid’s, and baby from brands including Theory, Levi’s, Carter’s, and Milly.
You have seven days to return what you don’t want, leaving you ample time to take your fave pieces out for a test drive before you commit. For any items you don’t want, just slap the included return label on the box and drop it off at UPS or schedule a free pickup.
But wait, there’s more. If you keep three or four items from your box, you get 10 percent off your order. If you keep five or more, you get 20 percent off. Convenient AND a discount? Yes, please!
Head over to the Prime Wardrobe page to get notified when it launches to the public.
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