Amazon is aiming to make buying clothes even less of a hassle with a new service for its Prime members.
Prime Wardrobe is all about bringing the dressing room to your house at no extra cost. The company breaks down how the new service will work on its website.
Amazon's new benefit will let customers fill a box with three or more items — we’re talking clothes, accessories and shoes.
The company says it will then ship it for free, giving people seven days to try on and decide what to keep.
For the things to return, Amazon says people can schedule a pick up or just drop the package off at a UPS location with a prepaid label.
Discovering new outfits you like may actually work in your favor. That's because you'll reportedly get a discount if you keep a handful of items. Amazon says for customers who keep three or four items, they’ll get a 10 percent discount and if they keep five or more, they'll get a 20 percent discount.
Prime Wardrobe may remind you of subscription based clothing services like Stitch Fix. But with Wardrobe, you get to choose your items and if you’re a Prime member, you really don’t have anything to lose (except all of your money because the more clothes you try on, the more likely you'll find something to buy.)
Amazon notes more than 1 million items will be eligible with Prime Wardrobe including brands like Calvin Klein and Hugo Boss.
The service is currently in beta right now, but those interested can sign up to be notified when it goes live.
We've reached out to Amazon to find out when it would roll out to customers, but have yet to hear back.
Check out the Prime Wardrobe page here.