By creating Amazon Prime Wardrobe, Amazon has dipped its toe in the fashion and clothing styling services pool.
It had two apparel-related services you may have wanted to try out.
Both fell under the umbrella of Amazon Prime Wardrobe.
I’m using the past tense because one of them is still being offered.
The other services has been shut down.
They are Amazon Prime Try Before You Buy (formerly Amazon Wardrobe), which continues to this day.
However, Amazon Personal Styling or Amazon Shopper no longer exists.
Let me explain how Prime Try Before You Buy works
Prime Try Before You Buy
Prime Try Before You Buy is a Prime-exclusive program where you can try on eligible items for sale on Amazon. Some items mentioned in this article qualify for Amazon Prime Try Before You Buy. That’s because you’ll discover that eligible items run the gamut and include women’s, men’s, kids’, baby clothing, shoes and accessories, plus more.
Prime Try Before You Buy is part of Amazon Wardrobe. However, it doesn’t just apply to Amazon brands.
For example, the Peloton clothing on Amazon all are a part of Prime Try Before You Buy.
How do you know if fashion items for sale on item are eligible for Prime Try Before You Buy?
You’ll see this toggle on/toggle off button on the shopping page.
Try at home for free
Here are the best parts. One, you can try on up to six items at home for free.
Two, take seven days to try everything on. And, three, you’ll only pay for what you keep. Returns are free.