This sounds interesting, can’t wait to see if it’s good. In beta is Amazon’s convenient new Prime Wardrobe service – free 7 day try on, up to 20% discount, free returns and box pickup from your front door. I am curious for it to launch because my daughter and I’ve discovered new brands carried by Amazon like: Lilly Pulitzer, Michael Stars, Ray Ban, etc. Did you know that you may checkout of your favorite sites via Amazon for entire family and household items like Shopbop even IKEA (officially in 2018). Amazon is becoming a giant retail magnet of more brands (Whole Foods the latest), because brick and mortar stores are dead and someone has got to aggregate in a convenient manner the brands. There simply are too many options for us to sift through. Now all we need is virtual fitting, automated pantry restocking algorithms based on use/desire for variety or nutrition guidance, and within the hour drone delivery – Previous Post about just that, click here.
Has Amazon gone too far with this other new service, let me know your thoughts Amazon’s Alexa Wants To Help You Get Dressed In The Morning (WARNING: THOSE PHOTOS OF YOU ARE THEIRS NOT YOURS).
Amazon prime perks already available are: same day/one day delivery, Kindle lending library one per month access to large selection, Kindle reading app allows one free E book before release so early access to new popular books free, Twitch live video streaming savings on games and access to deals, unlimited photo storage in Amazon cloud, free no rush ship equals pantry rewards that add up, 5% back on any Amazon purchases with Amazon card which is nice if you always pay off your credit, music service with 2 million free on demand songs, free on demand pod casts including comedy shows and more with streaming versions of audio books, unlimited reading of books with Kindle app.
Alexa, buy me some Amazon stock stat…
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This is interesting and sounds incredibly convenient! I am going to check it out!
Has anyone actually given this a try? I’d love to hear if it actually works.
It is only in beta right now and sadly you can’t choose to participate in their test. You can go to Amazon and type in Prime Wardrobe. Scroll down to subscribe to be notified when it launches. A friend’s response to me was “eeew” clothes that other people have worn then returned. I never thought of it but I guess some people would do that. It will be interesting to see for how long you get to keep the clothes before returning. It doesn’t say anything about it on their site. That is likely what their beta is determining, along with other details.