Amazon Prime's newest service will allow online shoppers to try on and return clothes for free

Amazon Prime subscribers are being invited to try out a new feature that could solve the biggest issue with online clothes shopping. Prime Wardrobe will allow users to try on clothes before they buy them. Shoppers select at least three clothing items to try (including shoes and accessories) and get a week to decide what to keep. The rest can be shipped back easily: Amazon includes a prepaid shipping label, a resealable box and can arrange for UPS pickup.

Shoppers who keep three or four items will get 10% off their order, and those who keep five or more will get 20% off. The feature is free for Prime members, though it’s currently only available to selected users in Beta mode. You can sign up to be notified when it becomes fully available.

Prime Wardrobe

Amazon Prime subscribers are being invited to try out a new feature that could solve the biggest issue with online clothes shopping. Prime Wardrobe will allow users to try on clothes before they buy them. Shoppers select at least three clothing items to try (including shoes and accessories) and get a week to decide what to keep. The rest can be shipped back easily: Amazon includes a prepaid shipping label, a resealable box and can arrange for UPS pickup.

Shoppers who keep three or four items will get 10% off their order, and those who keep five or more will get 20% off. The feature is free for Prime members, though it’s currently only available to selected users in Beta mode. You can sign up to be notified when it becomes fully available.