Ordering clothes online is…well, kind of a challenge. And that’s why the online mega-retailer is now offering a simple solution to your shopping woes. What is Amazon Prime Wardrobe? Well, it’s an easy way to shop for clothes that actually fit. Oh, and you may even save some serious money. So how does this “wardrobe” thing work?

Think StitchFix, but in an Amazon-ish way. To start with, you need an Amazon Prime membership to use this service. Okay, so now that you’ve got that down, it’s time to move on to the nitty-gritty. Look for the “Prime Wardrobe” logo as you shop across Amazon’s clothing, shoes and accessory items. Pick at least three items to fill your box.

Your box ships and you get seven days to try on the goodies. Keep what you like and send back the next. And instead of paying for everything, then having to go through the whole refund process—you only have to pay for what you keep. It’s as easy as that! If you’re thinking, “Returning all those clothes that just don’t fit will be a major pain. Right?”, you’d be wrong. Amazon gives you a resealable box and a prepaid label to make shipping so, so, so simple.

On top of the complete convenience of Prime Wardrobe, Amazon is also offering $20 off a purchase of $200 or more for a limited time.

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—Erica Loop

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