Amazon’s clothing try-out service, Prime Wardrobe, is open to all Prime subscribers starting today. The service had a soft launch last June as an invite-only beta and has been slowly rolling out to more customers over the year.
Prime Wardrobe resembles personalized online shopping services like Stitch Fix, Tog + Porter, and Trunk Club.
Where other similar services like Stitch Fix, Tog + Porter, and Trunk Club have stylists put together a selection of clothing to try out, Prime Wardrobe leaves the selecting to you. You can fill a box with between three and eight items and once they arrive, you have a week to try them on and decide which ones you want to keep. Everything you don’t want can be returned at no cost. There’s no up-front cost and no styling fees.
Available clothing ranges from budget friendly selections like Amazon’s in-house Goodthreads to luxury goods from Calvin Klein. That said, not all clothing items on Amazon are eligible for the service, your best bet is to shop through the Prime Wardrobe section of the site.