In case you didn't know, Amazon Prime isn't just for watching Fleabag and impulse buying a Game of Thrones chopping board (just me?)—you can totally use it to buy some amazing fashion. And this week, the site took it a step further, launching a service called Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe. If it sounds fancy that's because, well, it IS. (But without the fancy price tag since it's only $4.99 a month.)
How does it work?
You have to be a Prime member to access it (sign up for a free month here, tho!) and through the service you create a style profile and fill out a survey, which establishes your personal style (duh), fit, and budget preferences. Within days you'll receive suggestions from your stylist—yes, they're a real person!—and you'll be able to choose up to eight items that will be delivered straight to your door. Yay, convenience! But if you're not a fan of all of the products, don't stress. They come in a resealable box with a prepaid label, so returns are simple even for the laziest of online shoppers (i.e. me).
You have a seven-day try-on period of your stylist's selects before you return any items, and you only pay for what you decide to keep. Also important to note? According to the site, the styling service includes women’s apparel in sizes 0–24 and XS–XXL/3X, as well as women’s shoes in sizes 5-12. (Men's clothing and accessories aren't available just yet, but will be coming soon, JSYK.)
How do I sign up?
In order to use it, just access it via THIS LINK or search it on the Amazon app.
How is it different than Prime Wardrobe?
Prime Wardrobe has the same try-before-you-buy feature with seven days to return any items, while Personal Shopper has these same features with the added bonus of specific styling suggestions from over half a million items. The curated curated selection of brands also include 7 for All Mankind, Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Rebecca Taylor, Champion, adidas, Amazon Essentials, Daily Ritual, and more.
How are the stylists picked?
According to Amazon, its "fashion stylists come from varied backgrounds in the fashion, retail, editorial, styling and creative fields" and "are trained to select items and styles based on fit, color, styling, seasonal and current trends."
Of course, you might not like everything they pick for you but that's okay! The more info you share about your preferences, the better they can narrow down what you like (or don't like). You can also update your profile at any time.
Now shop away like the celebrity you think you are in your head!
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