Amazon Prime Wardrobe Review & How To

I know there are a lot of Amazon Prime lovers out there! Including myself, so I decided to team up with my friend Andrea to test out the new Amazon Prime Wardrobe. Here is how it works. It’s basically a “try before you buy” model, woohoo! This service works for those with a prime membership. They have women’s clothes, men’s clothes, kids clothes and baby clothes galore!

Here’s how it works!

Step 1) Pick out what you want to wear via the Amazon Prime Wardrobe website, eligible items will be noted on their site and when you go to add to your cart you’ll first select the size and then there will be a “add to prime wardrobe cart” option – select that and start filling your cart up, you can try on seven items!

Step 2) Get the items in the mail, you now have 7 days to try everything on and decide what you love and what you don’t.

Step 3) Complete your purchase or returns at amazon.com/yourorders.

Step 4) Return the items you don’t like and keep the ones you do, the package it comes in makes the box reusable for you and has a prepaid and all set to go label – so there’s no hassle.

See what I purchased below!

I only chose four items this time around and kept one (really wanted the jump/one piece – but was a little pricey for the one time use I wanted it for).  I loved that they had many well-known brands available, such as J.Crew, Calvin Klein, Lucky Brand, Lilly Pulitzer, Cupcakes and Cashmere, and SO many more.

After scrolling through this blog post make sure to swing by Andrea’s blog post to see her Amazon Prime Wardrobe buys!


Pink Rose Sweater
This is the item I kept from my try on. I LOVE a good cozy blush color sweater. I’ve been on the hunt for a good cowl neck and this one did the trick. So happy with this find!


Levi’s Women Workwear Shirt
I really liked this button up but it was a little tight across the arms (the wonderful thing about trying before you buy!) I sent it back, but if you’re interested in it and have broad shoulders, I’d size up!

Jason Maxwell Cross Over Tunic
This is a great breastfeeding friendly sweater! The crossover design on the front makes it concealed but also easy to open up to feed your baby. I almost kept it – just in case….haha. But decided against it and sent it back. I am going to keep my eye on it though! Super cute sweater and great quality.


Karen Kane Jumpsuit
My oh my how I LOVED this jumpsuit. Many of you loved it too (via Instagram stories)…but I didn’t keep it. It was hard to part with but for $178 and perhaps a one time wear…I couldn’t justify it. But I loved it. I didn’t expect a jumpsuit to be flattering on me at all – so when I put it on…and it fit like a glove I was shocked!

All in all, I loved using Amazon Prime Wardrobe, I would highly recommend trying it out if you’re a prime member! And don’t forget to swing by Andrea’s blog post to check her finds out 🙂

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