Amazon's Prime Wardrobe service lets you try on up to 8 items at a time before deciding what to buy, and it's free for Prime members. Here's how it works.

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  • Prime Wardrobe is free for Prime members, and it lets you try clothes on at home before you buy them.
  • Users get seven days after their last item arrives to try on items at home, and you send back what you don't want to keep.
  • It doesn't cost anything to have them sent, and return shipping is also free. You only pay for what you keep. 
  • Amazon also has a personal styling service, Personal Shopper, that's $4.99/month and will actually curate pieces for you to try on at home — like Trunk Club and Stitch Fix.
  • Check out a full review of Prime Wardrobe here.

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