Shopping online for clothes is addictive and fun- until your order arrives and you realize that the jeans you loved so much online look all wrong on you in person! That problem may be over since one of the biggest retailers in America, Amazon, is trying to fix it. CNBC reported that Amazon is testing Prime Wardrobe, a service that lets you try on clothes before you buy them! All Amazon Prime members will be eligible for this service. The program will feature major fashion labels such as Calvin Klein, Adidas, and Levi's. Once you get your box delivered, you have seven days to decide if you want to keep your order, or send it back. Keeping three or four items will get you 10% off, and keeping five or more will get you 20%. The box also contains a prepaid label so you can send your clothing back free of charge.
Prime Wardrobe is a competitor to companies such as Stitch Fix and Trunk Club, but foregoes stylists and lets you select the clothes that match your style.
This looks pretty awesome, and just in time for us to amp up our summer wardrobes!