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- Prime Wardrobe is free for Prime members, and it lets you try clothes on at home before you buy them.
- Users get seven days after their last item arrives to try on items at home, and you send back what you don’t want to keep.
- It doesn’t cost anything to have them sent, and return shipping is also free. You only pay for what you keep.
- Amazon also has a personal styling service, Personal Shopper, that’s $4.99/month and will actually curate pieces for you to try on at home — like Trunk Club and Stitch Fix.
- Check out a full review of Prime Wardrobe here.
What is Prime Wardrobe and how does it work?
Prime Wardrobe is a program for Prime members that lets you try clothes in the comfort of your home before you buy them.
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Eligible items span women’s, men’s, kid’s lines and baby clothing, shoes, and accessories. You’ll select what you want to try (eligible items have a “Prime Wardrobe” logo) and once your box arrives, you have seven days to try on the items and send back what you don’t want to buy. You can try up to eight items at once, and there’s no minimum dollar threshold.
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Before the end of your seven-day try-on period, just head to Your Orders to check out and indicate which items you’re going to keep, and which you’re returning. You have until the end of the try-on period to postmark your returns using the provided return label. For the more forgetful of us, Amazon will send you reminders along the way to make sure you won’t get charged. Find the full details here.
Does it cost anything?
Other than the Prime membership, there are no additional fees for Prime Wardrobe — shipping and returns are both free. You’ll only be charged for what you keep. And if you decide later on that you’d like to return something you kept and bought, you still have a 30-day return window from the last day of the try-on period.
What’s available on Prime Wardrobe?
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Shoppers can find lesser-known labels as well as national names like Levi’s, Calvin Klein, AIX Armani, Adidas, J Brand, and Theory as part of Prime Wardrobe, and they can choose from women’s, men’s, kid’s, and baby clothing, shoes, and accessories. There are affordable options, designer options, and everything in between. Shop them by category here.
Prime Wardrobe competes with similar services from companies like Nordstrom’s Trunk Club, and inventive startups like Rent the Runway and Stitch Fix, except that you don’t have to pay a fee for every box you receive or spend additional money on a membership to the service (assuming you already have Prime). But if what you need is for someone to find the right clothes for you, you can pay $4.99 per month for a curated styling version of Prime Wardrobe called Personal Shopper.
Why Prime Wardrobe is a great shopping hack
Prime Wardrobe simply makes it way easier to shop online by letting you try on clothing and shoes before committing to it — all at no extra cost. What looks great in 2D doesn’t always look great on, and return processes can be obnoxious, or difficult to do properly. But plenty of us continue to shop online en masse because the in-person shopping experience is so drawn out, and for many, kind of insufferable. To keep online shopping convenient, more and more services with “try before you buy” policies are popping up, as well as subscription services that help take some of the angst out of updating your wardrobe.
Amazon Wardrobe is no different, and, unlike many alternatives, it comes at no extra cost with your Prime membership.
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