I Just Discovered This Handy Amazon Prime Benefit, and I'll Never Be the Same

Prime Try Before You Buy

There are a lot of subscriptions that I covet—my video-streaming services, my online pilates classes, my additional phone storage (my 60,000+ photos have to go somewhere)—but there's only one subscription that I truly don't know what I would do without, and that's Amazon Prime. Not only does it provide me with fast shipping and a wide selection of basically everything I could ever need, but I just discovered one of its new free benefits: Prime Try Before You Buy.

Yep, it's exactly what it sounds like. After searching for the product you want (ankle shoes, trench coats, wide-leg jeans), just filter the results to "Prime Try Before You Buy." That way, only items that are eligible for the program show up. Next, all you have to do is find the item you love and add it to your cart, and you're all set. You get seven days to try the product in the comfort of your own home, and if you don't like it, you can just pop it right back in the mail with your prepaid return label. And if you do want to keep it, Amazon will automatically charge the credit card you used after your trial. Ready to get shopping? Keep scrolling for 15 extremely chic pieces that you can try on before you officially buy them.

Trenches are hot right now, so I recommend you scoop this one up before it's sold out. 

A gathered shoulder bag is the easiest way to spot a fashion person on the street.

I can see this paired with wide-leg jeans and kitten heels. 

Throw this sweater vest on over a casual white button-down for an effortlessly cool look.

You can't go wrong with a good basic crew-neck. And of course, it has matching sweats.

A ribbed cardigan is one of those fall staples you just can't live without. Also, these sleeves are perfect.

Okay, stay with me here. Low-rise pants are making a major comeback, and this pair screams cool girl.

This classic short-sleeve shirt is perfect under blazers and shackets.

The collar and the ruching make this simple short-sleeve dress feel so on-trend.

I'm partial to chunky ankle boots, but I could totally see this dress paired with knee-high lug-soles. 

Okay, I really have a thing for ruching. But I'm not the only one.