Amazon is launching Prime Wardrobe, a new program that will let you try on clothes before you buy them. The program is quite simply; you select at least three Prime Wardrobe-eligible pieces (over a million clothing options exist in its inventory), Amazon then ships your selections in a resealable return box with a prepaid shipping label.
All you have to do is try on the clothes, put what you don’t want back in the box and leave it at your front door; Prime Wardrobe come with free scheduled pickups from UPS. If you keep at least three items, you get a 10 percent discount. If you keep five or more, that discount bumps up to 20 percent.
There are of course, companies that use this model today. Trunk Club immediately comes to mind. But Amazon’s pricing, huge inventory and simple return process could be game changing.
Amazon Prime Wardrobe is currently in beta, but you can sign up to get notified when it officially launches.