Online retailer Try gives online shoppers 10 days to fit apparel before making a purchase

One of the caveats of online shopping is that you can’t fit the item itself. Once you've received an item and find it unflattering on you, it can be a hassle to ask for refunds and return the item. This leads to customer dissatisfaction and loss of business for the retailer. Try aims to remove this inconvenience by offering online shoppers the chance to try the items at home for free.

Try partnered with online clothing retailers like Aldo, Barneys New York, Bloomingdale’s, East Dane, Forward, J. Crew, Neiman Marcus, Reformation, Revolve Clothing, SSENSE, Shopbop, Topshop, Urban Outfitters, Zara and more. If the shopper wants to try any items from these brands, the shopper can simply use the service and Try will deliver the clothes right at your doorstep.

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