Prime Wardrobe can help you ease back into wearing ‘real clothes’

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Try on up to eight items before purchasing.

Try on up to eight items before purchasing.

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Save $15: As of June 11, new Prime Wardrobe users can get $15 off their first order of $100 or more by using the code PRIMEW15OFF.


With COVID restrictions lifting across the U.S., most people will be able to go out and about more. Which might mean it’s time for a wardrobe refresh. We fully support wearing your cute tie-dye sweatsuit to the bars, but if you want something a little less loungey, Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe can help.

If you’re new to Prime Wardrobe, you can save $15 on your first order if you spend $100 or more and keep $100 worth of clothes. Just enter the code PRIMEW15OFF at checkout. (Pay attention to the “keep the clothes,” part though.)

Not familiar with Prime Wardrobe? Basically, you can choose up to eight clothing items (for women, men, or children) and try them out for seven days. You only keep what you like and can return anything you don’t. It’s similar to Stitch Fix in that way. 

If you really want a Stitch Fix-esque experience, you can take advantage of Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe. Each styling session costs $4.99, but as an early Prime Day deal, your first styling session is free.

After a year-plus of only wearing jeans when necessary, it might seem daunting to commit to a whole new wardrobe. Ease back into wearing “real clothes” by trying them out before you buy with Prime Wardrobe. Just don’t forget to use the code PRIMEW15OFF to score $15 off your first order of $100 or more.

Prime Wardrobe can help you ease back into wearing 'real clothes'


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