Amazon has announced a new perk for Prime members that could make shopping for clothes much easier. Amazon Prime Wardrobe will let you try on clothes before you buy them without having to go to a store or pay for them upfront. Then, just return the ones you don’t want for a refund. How does it work?
First, you pick at least three items and up to 15 from over a million Amazon Fashion options (including clothes, shoes and accessories for kids, babies and adults) to fill up your Prime Wardrobe box. You’ll be able to choose from brands like Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Adidas, Theory, Timex, Lacoste and more.
Then, once the Amazon Prime Wardrobe box arrives, you’ll have seven days to try on the clothes. Return what you don’t want either by scheduling a free pick-up or dropping the resealable box with its pre-paid shipping label at a nearby UPS location. If you keep three or four items from the box, you’ll receive a 10% discount off everything; keep five or more items for 20% off. No matter what, you only pay for what you keep, with no charge up front.
Amazon Prime Wardrobe will be a free benefit for Prime members with no extra fees. It’s currently in beta, but you can sign up to be notified when it launches.