Soon You'll Be Able to Try On Clothes from Amazon Before Buying Them

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Amazon has already stepped up its game when it comes to selling a wider variety of beauty products, but the company is looking to expand even more. Next on its to do list? Making online clothes shopping a little less of a commitment. 

The e-commerce giant will start letting customers try on clothes before they buy them. It's all part of Amazon's new service called Prime Wardrobe.

If you sign up, you'll choose at least three clothing items to ship to yourself. Amazon will send them in a reusable box with a prepaid shipping label. Don't like what you picked? You can return anything you don't want by simply leaving the box on your front door, because Prime Wardrobe comes with free UPS scheduled pickups.

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But that's not even the most intriguing part.

If you love at least three of the items in your box, Amazon will give you a 10 percent discount. Love five or more items? The discount jumps to 20 percent.

While Prime Wardrobe is still in its beta phase, you can still sign up to be notified once it goes live.

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How's that for convenient?

 

 

 

 

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[SOUND] Coinage, Life, well spent. Presented by Geico. Amazon has changed the shopping experience forever. In 2015, 304 million people used Amazon at least once a year and the company accounted for 27% of total retail growth. Around of half of American households now have an Amazon Prime membership. [UNKNOWN] The shopping behemoth's next venture is the grocery store. The company plans to open a checkout-free grocery store that uses the Amazon app to track purchases in the virtual cart. No more waiting in line. The store, called Amazon Go, has launched in Seattle and requires only three on site employees. The next Amazon push is Drone Delivery The company hopes to ensure same-day delivery with an army of delivery robots right to your door. The drones are a part of the company's Prime Now initiative, which Amazon hopes will compete with grocery delivery services, like FreshDirect and Instacart. The retail giant hopes to change the way we buy furniture too. Amazon Home Services offers the option of assistance to put together items that require assembly This strategy may usurp some business from Ikea, Home Depot, and Lowe's. Amazon's Echo device wasn't popular when it launched in 2014, but it has grown in popularity, with Echos going on backorder. Echos can be used with Amazon Prime and Google Home to fully automate your living space. Speaking of automating your living space, another one of Amazon's big pushes has been the Dash Button. Simply press the WiFi enabled button and the other will automatically be place and ship to your home. Never run out of toilet paper again. [SOUND] COINAGE. Life, well spent. Presented by GEICO
 
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