Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe Is Here, Giving Us Another Reason to Avoid the Mall

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Last year, Amazon announced Prime Wardrobe, a shopping service for Amazon Prime members. After months of beta testing, it’s officially here.

Prime users can now choose three or more articles of clothing, shoes and accessories, and have them all shipped to try on before buying. Users will only have to pay for what they keep.

Traditional brands like Levi’s, Calvin Klein and Adidas will be available through Prime Wardrobe, alongside Amazon-exclusive brands like Lark & Ro, a womenswear line for work-appropriate clothing, and Goodthreads, a casual clothing line for men.

Prices will vary depending on the brand. Clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children are all available through the service.

Here’s How Prime Wardrobe Works

After you choose at least three items that are marked Prime Wardrobe, everything will be shipped to you. You’ll have seven days to try everything on and make your final choices.

From there, you’ll pay online for the things you plan to keep.

For everything else, use the free shipping label that was sent along with your items. Take your box of return items to the closest UPS store, and send it all back to Amazon. As long as you send it all back within seven days, you won’t pay anything for the items you return.

Only Prime members can use the service.

Desiree Stennett (@desi_stennett) is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder.