I Used Amazon Prime's Best-Kept Secret to Try Out a Dozen Dresses for Free
While Amazon Prime is best known for quick shipping and exclusive deals, the membership also gives you access to helpful shopping services. One of the options is Prime Try Before You Buy, a program that lets Prime members try out clothing, shoes, and accessories for seven days before deciding what to keep. And thanks to that option, I was able to test out a dozen Amazon dresses for free from the comfort of my own home.
I'm a huge fan of shopping in brick and mortar stores, but there's something about dressing rooms that feels rushed and stressful. So, when I found out I could essentially use my bedroom as a dressing room with Prime Try Before You Buy, I was immediately sold. I placed two separate orders, each with six dresses that I tested for seven days before paying a dime. Once I decided which five I wanted to keep, I sent the rest back to Amazon for free and only paid for the ones that worked.
Now, you know I wouldn't leave you hanging on which dresses earned spots in my wardrobe. Below, I rounded up my five favorite dresses from Amazon that I'll be wearing on repeat this spring:
- Wild Meadow Knit Tank Swing Dress, $19 (Originally $20)
- Daily Ritual Super-Soft Terry Drawstring Waist Dress, $34
- The Drop Ana Silky V-Neck Midi Slip Dress, $50
- RVCA Avery Woven Short-Sleeve Dress, $54 (Originally $65)
- The Drop Britt Tiered Maxi Tent Dress, $60