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Amazon prime will soon include a try-before-you-buy wardrobe service

Posted June 21

Amazon just keeps introducing new options to make shopping from home more attractive. Their latest venture, Amazon Prime Wardrobe, will take the popular clothing subscription-box concept and up the ante.

Right now, Amazon is testing the service, but plans to launch it to the public soon. You can sign up on the official website to get on the mailing list when Amazon Prime Wardrobe goes live.

How Amazon Prime Wardrobe Works

Subscription boxes continue to be popular, but many of the current options choose items for the customers based on popular trends. Increasingly, subscription-box customers are looking for selections that are more personalized to their tastes. So, Amazon Prime Wardrobe quickly jumped in to fill this gap in the market.

With this new service, customers choose every item in their boxes. Shoppers can choose anywhere from three to 15 items for Amazon to ship. The Wardrobe program has more than 1 million eligible items available, including clothing and accessories for all ages. Fashions include selections from brands like Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Timex, Carter’s, Theory, J Brand and many more.

Amazon Prime Wardrobe
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Once the box arrives, turn your bedroom into your own personal fitting room! No harsh lighting or cramped spaces. Try on each item and see what you think. You have a week to decide what to keep and make your purchases.

You simply keep the ones you like and ship back the rest for free in the included box with pre-paid label. You can either drop it off at a UPS location or even request free pick-up service. Shopping for clothing doesn’t get much easier than that!

Score Discounts With Amazon Prime Wardrobe

If you have a hard time deciding which pieces to keep because you like so many of them, then Amazon has a nice discount to offer. Want to keep three or four items? You get a 10 percent discount on each item! Decide to keep five or more items and you save 20 percent on all of them.

Amazon Prime Wardrobe is included in every Prime membership. You don’t need to pay any additional fees to participate. So, get ready for an at-home shopping spree!

This story originally appeared on Simplemost. Checkout Simplemost for other great tips and ideas to make the most out of life.


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