Yesterday, Amazon introduced its new fashionable prime benefit, ‘Prime Wardrobe’ for the users, which is in beta. Users only need to find the prime wardrobe logo with their eye-catching items. Then they can try out clothes before they buy them from millions of brands featuring clothes, shoes, and accessories.
Users can pick a minimum of 3 items and a maximum of 15 to fill their Prime Wardrobe Box. If they keep 3-4 items, they will get 10% off, or 5 or more will get 20% off. It also has a time duration of seven days to keep this box at home to try out the selected items.
Amazon Prime Wardrobe is free for Prime members with no extra fees – users only need to pay for what items they pick. This Prime Wardrobe box includes a pre-paid label, and users can drop off their return at the nearest UPS Location or can request a free pickup.
Amazon is currently testing the service Prime Wardrobe, but users, if you wish to subscribe when it will be available for you, just log in to the Amazon site to get notified.
The Amazon Echo Look is one of the latest Alexa devices to be released, a computer vision-powered assistant that will help users decide what to wear. This could also affect the Trunk Club, which is leading in the eCommerce market for free shipping and return items.