Prime Wardrobe is AMAZING! Check out my very first picks and why I love this service!
Have you thought about trying Stitch Fix, or another styling service, but hesitated because you were leery to let someone else pick your clothes and didn’t want to pay a styling fee? Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe is your answer! This service is fantastic!
With Prime Wardrobe, you pick up to 8 items to try for 7 days. Amazon ships them to you with a prepaid return label. You send back what you don’t want and only pay for what you keep. And no styling fee!! It’s that simple!
Check out what I got in my first Prime Wardrobe box!
Prime Wardrobe Fall Picks Review
This is a fantastic classic open front cardigan. The color is as neutral as you can get and goes with almost anything. I like the length and the thickness – not too thick, not too thin. And the cable knit detail at the front is so pretty. It fits true to size (I’m wearing a medium).
Oh my gosh, this cocoon wrap is SO COZY. The fabric is like a thin cross between t-shirt and sweatshirt material and it is incredibly soft. I love how the sleeves are fitted at the forearm. It just adds to the coziness! And I find the oval/tapered cut to be flattering. This piece is super versatile too. I think you could easily use this in an everyday casual look or an athleisure look. The fit is true to size (I’m wearing a medium).
Another crazy comfy-cozy piece! The body of this cardigan is like a blanket! Of course, this would be a cute layering piece for a fall or winter outfit. But I would also totally wear this just around the house. The fabric in the arms isn’t as thick, which might be weird. I don’t mind because I don’t like things to be super bulky under my arms. It fits true to size (I’m wearing a medium).
Pardon the wrinkles (hazards of trying things on right out of the box). I love the fabric of this top. It has such a nice drape. The length is good too. If you’re looking for a basic black top that can be dressy or casual and be worn year-round, this is a great pick. It fits true to size (I’m wearing a medium).
I’ve been looking for another good button down plaid shirt. You can wear them so many ways! I like the fit of this one, although it is a bit of a slimmer fit. I tend to prefer things a bit more relaxed around the midsection, but I don’t think you can really get that with a classic button down top. This one is true to size (I’m wearing a medium).
Can I just say that I am LOVING that bootcut and bell-bottom jeans are back?? These are taking me right back to high school! I’ve wanted a pair of 7 For All Mankind jeans for forever, so I put these in my Prime Wardrobe box to try. Hey, why not since I don’t have to pay a dime unless I keep them? I love the fit and the denim has a soft, broken in feel. They’re true to size (I’m wearing a size 31).
I’m in the market for a new pair of snow boots, so I ordered these to try. They’re very comfy and I love that the top isn’t stiff. They’re flexible at the ankle so walking/hiking isn’t difficult. These are true to size (I’m wearing 7.5).
These wedges are actually super comfortable! They are Dr. Scholl’s brand and the soles are a little squishy. I did find them a bit difficult to get on my foot since they don’t have a zipper or anything. They triangle panels are elastic, but don’t stretch a ton. The bottoms are not wood, but a foam faux wood material. These are so simple, yet stylish and could be worn year-round. They fit true to size (I’m wearing a 7.5).
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If you like the idea of trying before you buy, but aren’t too keen to have a stranger pick your clothing for you, I highly recommend Prime Wardrobe! It’s basically the best of both worlds. You are limited to what Amazon has in stock and available for Prime Wardrobe, so there is a downside. And you may not pick things for yourself to try that a stylist might have chosen for you. But if you’re in the market for something specific or you’re looking to fill gaps in your wardrobe, this could be a great option for you!
If you have any questions at all about Prime Wardrobe, I’m happy to help. Just comment below! 🙂