Amazon Will Launch a New Try Before You Buy Clothing Service

SANTA MONICA, CA - SEPTEMBER 6:  The Amazon logo is projected onto a screen at a press conference on September 6, 2012 in Santa Monica, California.  Amazon unveiled the Kindle Paperwhite and the Kindle Fire HD in 7 and 8.9-inch sizes. (Photo by David McNe

Great news if you like to shop online but find it difficult to find clothes that fit properly. One of the more annoying aspects when shopping online especially with clothes is ordering something and not liking it. You would need to pay extra to ship it back. Well, Amazon is trying to make that whole process a lot easier. 

Amazon is set to launch  a new “try before you buy” program called Amazon Wardrobe. Amazon Prime customers choose between three and 15 items of clothing, shoes or accessories, keep them for up to week, and then return whatever they don’t want at no additional cost. Customers won’t be charged for items until seven days after they’ve had them, and Wardrobe even offers discounts depending on how many items a person keeps. Plus, Wardrobe even offers discounts depending on how many items you keep. Amazon leaves the choice of clothing in the your hands

So when will Prime Wardrobe officially become a reality? There’s no concrete date. The company is currently testing the service, but you can get an email notification if you sign up in advance. 

Source: USA Today

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