Amazon Prime Wardrobe or Amazon Personal Shopper?

All though this isn't a post about a great deal on a killer product, it is about surprisingly useful tools available to all Amazon Prime Members.

Let's start with Amazon Prime Wardrobe:

What is Prime Wardrobe?

Prime Wardrobe is a Prime-exclusive program where you can try before you buy from eligible items across women’s, men’s, kids’, and baby clothing, shoes, and accessories. You get seven days to try on the items at home and you will only be charged for the items you decide to keep.

As long as you have an eligible Prime membership, there's no additional fee's to using Amazon Prime Wardrobe.

Choose up to 8 articles of clothing for either women, men, kids, or babies, and try them on at home. Don't like some of them? Send 'em back! Simple as that.

This is especially useful these days with COVID and most people trying to avoid going into crowded shopping malls or outlets.

What is the difference between Prime Wardrobe and Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe?

Now you have two great options to bring the fitting room home and try-before-you-buy. With Prime Wardrobe, you get to fill up your box with items to try on at home. Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe has the ultimate convenience of a personalized shopping experience. With either option, you can order clothing, shoes and accessories, and take seven days to decide what you love and only pay for what you keep. Returns are easy and free with our resealable packaging.

Let's break it down:

Need more info? Click here to be redirected to the Amazon Prime Wardrobe website with their handy Q&A.

Happy Shopping!

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