Amazon Prime Wardrobe: Try Up To FIFTEEN Clothing Items & Score Up To 20% Off

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Prime Members! Add to your wardrobe without leaving home!

Amazon will soon be launching Amazon Prime Wardrobe, and will be offering up to fifteen clothing items shipped to your home to try before you buy! Even sweeter, you can send unwanted items back without any return or shipping fees and will score up to 20% off items you want to keep.

prime wardrobePrime Members will be able to choose from over a million eligible items including women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories from brands such as Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Carter’s and more!

Once the box arrives, you will have one week to decide what you want to keep. Unwanted items can be dropped off via UPS with a free, prepaid return label or a free package pickup can be scheduled.

If you decide to keep 3-4 items, you will score 10% off your order or 20% off the purchase of five or more items. Awesome!

If you are interested in being notified when this launches, just head over here and select the blue button at the bottom of this page.

Will you be taking advantage of this new Prime perk?

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Comments 21

  1. Tara

    Hmmm…Amazon’s version of Stitch Fix

    • Lk

      Stitch Fix is great. Is Amazon going to hire staff to work with the customers?

    • momo

      I found stitch fix tops cheap and jewelry comparable to Claires. Most tops were thin jersey material. The only thing I liked were the jeans. The photo card looked nice, but when u put on the clothes it didn’t look as nice as the style card.

      • Sam

        momo, I agree. Stitch Fix clothes are very expensive for the quality. I tried it for several months and found that I could get the same brands/clothes at Marshalls for 75% – 90% less.

        • Amanda R

          Trunk Club is similiar to Stitch Fix but you request a box. They only send one when you ask for one. There isnt a styling fee either. You only pay for what you keep. Its a pretty good service. You can actually talk to your stylist via messaging or by phone.

  2. Alice

    I was wondering about this service. So it’s not a curated box?

    • jodi p

      You get to choose up to 15 items for your box…….women’s, mens’, kids’, or a mixture of those. And it’s not a subscription box.

  3. Michelle


  4. Ashley

    I’m going to love this! As a new mom I never get to leave home let alone step foot in a dressing room. lol it’s good, and dangerous ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • nancy macias

      Oh Ashley, I am NOT considered a new mom anymore (I have a 6 & 3 year old) and I still can’t make it to a dressing room! I agree with you, it could turn out to be good or VERY dangerous… ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Jessi

    From what I’ve read, you pick out your own stuff, there’s no stylist.

  6. Nina

    Oh Gosh shopping is soo dangerous! N Amazon just keeps making it more and more easy. There should be a Shoppers anonymous group out there or something.

    • anne

      The struggle is real here too. LOL

    • nancy macias

      I could NOT agree with you more! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Meg

    I’m totally in. I buy tons of clothing items from Amazon already, and if I can save money on things I’m going to buy anyway that’s what I call a no brainer.

  8. Jenny

    Plus size?

    • Ktenny

      Better be avail !

  9. Lana

    I am excited ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Shelby

    Amazon is slowly taking over the world.

    • Claudia

      My thoughts exactly!

  11. Michelle R.

    I can’t wait to try it out!!

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