Amazon Will Soon Let You Order Clothes Without Buying Them

Allyson Payer

We're firm believers that there are many wonderful things about online shopping, but one that's less than wonderful is the fact that you can't try things on or see them in person before committing to buy them. Sure, many places offer free returns, but the hassle certainly doesn't come free and waiting for your refund can be quite tedious. But Amazon, a retailer that continues to boast a stylish collection of brands, is about to change all that.

The ultimate one-stop site just announced the impending launch of Prime Wardrobe, a new program that allows you to fill a box with 3 to 15 clothing items, shoes, and accessories, which the retailer will ship without charging you. If you decide (within seven days) to keep any or all of the pieces, Amazon will then charge you for what you keep, and you simply have to return the rest via free shipping. It's truly the definition of "try before you buy." Not only that, but it'll give 10% off if you decide to keep three or more items and 20% off if you decide to keep five or more items. All you have to do is be an Amazon Prime member for $99 per year (so worth it). It's truly as easy as it sounds. And as The New York Times points out, Amazon is expected to become the largest apparel retailer in the U.S. by the end of 2017, meaning that if the program is a success, other e-tailers are sure to follow in its footsteps.

Read on to shop some of the stylish pieces currently on Amazon.

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