You GUYS. My friend, Jessy, sent me info over last night about the new Amazon Prime Wardrobe and I wanted to share it with you all because I’m super excited about it. Here, watch their little video:
So basically, it’s like a do-it-yourself version of Stitch Fix or Trunk Club. You know I looooove me some Trunk Club, so something like this is totally right up my alley!
Like Stitch Fix or Trunk Club, you get to try the items on at home (Prime Wardrobe gives you 7 days), you can return them for free using their prepaid mailing labels and resealable box, and you only pay for what you keep. As a SUPER BONUS, you get 10% off if you keep three or four items, or 20% off five items or more.
What’s different is that you don’t get a stylist. You get to choose all the items yourself, so it is a super convenient way to shop if you already have an idea on what you’d like to try. I just love that you can try things on at home with your own clothes (and mirrors) and don’t need to drive to the mall and stuff yourself into a sweaty dressing room! Am I the only one who frequently gets stuck in shirts and then sweats and panics until I finally break free of them?!
According to their website, Prime Wardrobe is currently in beta. However, if you are a Prime member you can click the little button at the bottom of the page to get notified when Prime Wardrobe launches. You can find the page with the request button here: Learn More About Prime Wardrobe
If you’re not already a Prime member, you can click on this picture to try Amazon Prime free for 30 days:
I put my email address in as soon as I heard about it and once they accept me I CANNOT wait to do a review for you all!
Are you going to sign up for Amazon Prime Wardrobe?
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post, I just super excited about the launch of the new Prime Wardrobe for Amazon Prime members! Pocketful of Joules is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. I pay for my annual Amazon Prime fee myself, with my own money.