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Amazon's new shopping service lets you try on clothes before you buy them

Fitting rooms are so 2017.
/ Source: TODAY

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Amazon Prime just got a lot more stylish!

The online retailer that brought you free two-day shipping and Whole Foods groceries recently launched Prime Wardrobe, a shopping service that allows you to try clothes on at home before you buy them.

First, customers order clothing and accessories at no upfront charge. Shoppers have a week to try on the clothing, and then they can send back anything they don’t want using a prepaid UPS shipping label. Shoppers only pay for what they keep.

Currently, Prime Wardrobe is available to select Amazon Prime members (if you aren't a Prime member, start your free 30-day trial), and you have to request an invitation to join.

If you do manage to snag an invite, there are no extra fees for the service on top of your normal Amazon Prime subscription.

Not all clothing sold on Amazon is included in the service, but there are plenty of eligible items across departments for women, men, girls, boys and baby. Some shoes and accessories are also included in the deal.

This try-before-you-buy concept is nothing new to Amazon. The company also recently launched Prime Samples, a service that lets customers sample many items for $2 to $4 each.

Here are just a few items you can try on at home using Amazon Prime Wardrobe.

Daily Ritual Dress

NYDJ Jeans

Ella Moon Top

Splendid Kids Dress

U.S. Polo Assn. Clothing Set

Disney Baby Romper