Amazon Has a New Personal Shopper Program That Sends Monthly Clothing Boxes

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Amazon announced a new Stitch Fix-like styling service for women. Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe sends curated clothing boxes once a month to your home, and you only keep what you like.


Here's how it works

Open the Amazon app and search Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe. Create a profile and complete a quick survey about your clothing preferences. Customize your styling each month with whatever type of clothes you're feeling at that time.

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Unlike Stitch Fix, Personal Shopper allows you to preview and choose the clothes before they're sent—up to eight items.


You have up to seven days to try on the clothes and decide what you want to keep. You'll be charged for whatever items you keep. Returns are free and easy—a resealable box and a prepaid label are included.


In addition to the clothes you decide to keep, there's a $4.99 per month service fee (compared to a $20 fee with Stitch Fix).

Right now, the program is only available for women's clothes in sizes 0–24 and XS–XXL/3X and women's shoes in sizes 5–12. A men's service is reportedly in the works.