Amazon Prime just stepped up its game once again. The latest perk for Prime members is going to change the way you shop in a major way.
On Monday, the company introduced Amazon Prime Wardrobe — a service that gives you the freedom to order clothes, take seven days to try them on, then send back the ones you don't want. And it's all included in your Prime membership.
The service allows you to choose from over a million items among men's, women's, kid's and baby clothes, as well as shoes and accessories. You'll need to order a minimum of three pieces and as many as 15 pieces per box. With over a million items to choose from, finding three pieces you want to try on should be a cinch.
Shipping is entirely free, because that's the beauty of Prime. There's no upfront charge. As long as you send the items you don't want back within seven days, you'll only be charged for what you decide to keep.
And there's an added bonus — if you keep three or four items, you'll save 10 percent. Keep five or more and the discount increases to 20 percent. So choose wisely!
Prime Wardrobe is very similar to other successful shopping startups like Stitch Fix and Trunk Club, except Amazon doesn't charge a styling fee, because the person doing the styling is you.
Prime Wardrobe is currently in beta testing, but click here to be notified when it launches. Fingers crossed all goes well with the beta test! Because we all need (ok, fine... want) this in our lives.