Amazon appears to be one step closer to an official launch of its Prime Wardrobe service, but we’re not quite there yet.
Instead, the e-commerce giant has reportedly expanded Wardrobe to more Prime customers.
Not familiar with Prime Wardrobe? This service allows you to try outfits on in the comfort of your own home before you commit to buying them.
And you can return what you don’t want for free!
Amazon plots next move into fashion
Prime Wardrobe was first announced in June 2017 and has been in beta testing since that time.
Now a company spokesperson tells Retail Dive that it’s expanding the invite-only service to more customers.
Want your own invite to Prime Wardrobe? You can request it here.
This new service aims to simplify the clothes shopping process for Prime members by letting them go online to pick out three or more outfits that they’re interested in trying on.
Then when the clothes arrives, you get to keep the threads for seven days to try them on and decide if you like them.
Prime Wardrobe offers clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children.
For the items you don’t want to buy, simply use the box that your order came in — along with the pre-paid label that was included — and ship them back to Amazon via any UPS drop-off location.
Designers such as Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Adidas, Timex, Carter’s, Theory, Hugo Boss, Lacoste, J Brand, Milly and Parker have all been featured brands on Prime Wardrobe.
The best part is that there are no extra fees to use Prime Wardrobe. It’s already included as part of your annual Prime membership fee!
We’ll update this story again to let you know when Wardrobe is out of beta and available to everyone.