We all know that online shopping is, well, kind of a hassle. After all, guessing your size and praying it'll fit as you add it to your cart is stressful AF, and will probably result in you buying a pair of jeans entirely too small. Let's not even mention the return process (ugh). If this sounds all too familiar to you, do not fear, for Amazon is here–with an awesome new program you'll love.
Get ready because Prime Wardrobe is going to change your life. The program will allow you to order anywhere from three to 15 clothing items at a time entirely free of charge–yes, you read that right! You'll now be able to physically try on clothes before committing to the purchase. If you decide to keep three to four of the items, the retailer will take 10 percent off, and if you keep five or more, you'll save up to 20 percent! Returning items you aren't happy with is even made easy with the inclusion of a preprinted shipping label in the same resealable box your order ships in.
The new program will only be available to those who have an Amazon Prime subscription. Unfortunately, the release date for the Prime Wardrobe program is not set.
According to The New York Times, "analysts expect that Amazon will become the largest apparel retailer in the United States, at a time when many traditional brick-and-mortar retailers are closing stores or filing for bankruptcy." The expansion of Amazon truly is quite incredible, especially since they have recently acquired Whole Foods for a whopping $13.4 billion. Looks like they're on a roll.