Introducing Prime Wardrobe! Here’s everything you need to know!

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What is Prime Wardrobe

What is Prime Wardrobe?

Prime Wardrobe is a brand new service from Amazon that will allow you to build a box of clothing (between 3 & 15 items) to try on for 7 days before deciding what you would like to keep and purchase! Even better, if you purchase 3 or more items from the box, you will receive a discount of up to 20%! Prime Wardrobe should be launching soon! Be sure to join our Facebook Group Kidz Steals and Deals for updates! Click here to join!

How does Prime Wardrobe work?

  1. Fill your box, choosing 3-15 items of eligible clothing, shoes and accessories – you can get started here.
  2. Unbox and try on (you have 7 days to decide)
  3. Return as needed (You can drop your box off at any UPS location or leave on your front porch)

Once you have decided what to keep, you will be charged for the order. If you keep 3 or 4 items, your discount is 10%. If you keep 5 or more items, the discount jumps to 20%!!! And if the price changes over that week? You will be charged the lower of the two prices when the order is processed.

Prime Wardrobe is divided into 5 easy departments: Women, Men, Boys, Girls & Baby. You can mix and match across departments to include items for the whole family!

What brands  does Prime Wardrobe offer?

Let’s get to the important part. What brands are available through Prime Wardrobe? One of the first things that I noticed is that Amazon has included some of our favorite kids’ brands like Saltwater, Native, Bogs, Mini Melissa and Hatley. For me, I was excited to see the inclusion of brands like Frye, NYDJ, Sanuk, Kate Spade Hobo. There is a nice mix of designer brands overall. What I was disappointed to see was that the included items were not filtered well for Prime Wardrobe eligibility – so once you open an item, you need to pick through to find items sold directly from Amazon. Hopefully this improves over time.

What is Prime Wardrobe


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