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Clothes Shopping Service

Posted by terrepruitt on September 5, 2018

I have been sitting at my desk for hours now trying to figure out what to post about. I had a few ideas but then when I checked my blog to see if I had posted about them already, I had. Some subjects I have revisited and that, to me, is fine, when I consciously revisit a subject to add to it or change my opinion on it or to talk MORE about it. But I don’t like it when I post about the same subject again as if I didn’t post about it once already. I know I have done that at least once, I am sure I have done it more. I really try not to do that. I search my blog but sometimes posts don’t come up for the search I am using at the moment. Sometimes I KNOW I posted about something and I still can’t find the post. Anyway, my husband has been coming in to show me some clothes he is considering purchasing. Then he said, “You should post about that.” He was talking about (Amazon) Prime Wardrobe.

Dance Exercise, Nia, Nia in the City of San Jose, Nia classes in the South Bay, Nia Teacher, Nia Class, San Jose Nia, Nia San Jose, Nia workout, Nia, Gentle Yoga, Group Ex classes, YMCA, Zumba, Nia Technique, SJ City Fit, SJCityFit, City of San Jose Exercise ClassesI had never heard of Prime Wardrobe, but a couple of days ago my husband said something like, “I am buying some clothes. Well, maybe?” I was confused so I asked, “What do you mean ‘maybe’?” And he explained that Amazon has a pick, ship, try on, choose, and send back service. So he picked out some clothes, they were delivered, he tried them on, decided what he wanted to keep, then is sending the rest back. I know there are a lot of services like that – like Stitch Fix, but I didn’t know Amazon had one. It is for Prime Members.

I sometimes buy clothes or shoes from Amazon and I make sure they have FREE RETURNS, but this is a whole new ball game! The clothes come in a resealable box. That is cool. Usually when I buy something I open the packaging very carefully so I can put the item back in it and carefully tape it closed, but this box has a strip that you use to seal it back up.

This is all very interesting to me.

Well, as usual, when I find something I find interesting I like to share it. Especially since that is how we all learn things. We share.

Did you know Amazon had this service? Have you ever tried a service like this (I know they have a lot of different ones)? WOULD you ever try a service like this?

4 Responses to “Clothes Shopping Service”

  1. I knew they had it, but I’ve been annoyed with Amazon clothes for a couple years. I’m a small size, and very consistent in all stores, but suddenly Amazon sizing became strange and inconsistent. I had to send everything back, so I quit ordering clothes from their shops.

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    • Bummer. I understand that. I noticed that when I buy from the different manufacturers the sizes vary. I try to stick to the ones I kinda have a clue to their sizes. Women’s sizing is stupid-crazy anyway. It should just be inches like men’s clothes!

      Thank you for sharing your experience.

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  2. Oh wow, I didn’t know they were running this service either! Not on trial in the UK yet but I’m interested… though saying that, as long as it’s ordered and fulfilled by Amazon they offer free returns, so I don’t mind initially paying and being refunded by them if it’s unsuitable because they’re usually very speedy with issuing returns. It’s an interesting one to do though because buying online for clothes can be an absolute nightmare! x

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    • Yes, sometimes buying online can be a nightmare, but Amazon is pretty good. I was interested that they were doing this! I love that you don’t pay until AFTER you decide to keep it. And returns are free. I haven’t tried it yet. But my husband has and he was very excited because he had been looking for a particular shirt in a specific size and had not been able to find it elsewhere!

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