Where are my Amazon Prime lovers?! Like so many of y’all, I am obsessed and order anything and everything through the site. But one thing I’ve just started to get into more is the clothing! I don’t know what took me so long! And of course while browsing the clothing, I found Amazon Prime Wardrobe! If you haven’t heard of it before, get ready for my full review along with all the items I tried!
What is Amazon Prime Wardrobe?
Prime Wardrobe Amazon’s clothing delivery try-before-you-buy service. And if you’re thinking that it’s just another Trunk Club or Stitch Fix, you’re wrong! There are some similarities– like you get sent a box of clothing, shoes, and accessories, which you can try on at home! You are only charged for the items you keep.
What makes Prime Wardrobe different?
First off, you do not have a stylist and therefor there is no styling fee. You’ll be in charge of finding and selecting the items to be included in your wardrobe box. Amazon does have an Amazon Prime Wardrobe section of their site to help make browsing easier. Shipping and returns are also free, but you must be an Amazon Prime customer to use the service.
You also get to chose the amount of items included– starting with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 8. You can also mix items from different departments. Include some men, women, kid, or baby items all in your box!
Lastly, you’re not limited to just one a month. As soon as Amazon receives your previous box back (or you buy all the items), you can immediately start another!
Amazon Prime Wardrobe Review
So now let’s get into my thoughts about my first box: the good, the bad, and the ugly. (Ok, there was no ugly, but let’s get to it anyway! 😉)
What I Liked
I really like the idea of picking my own items. It ensures that I am at least 100% interested in trying every piece! With other boxes it can be a little hit or miss. I still might not keep items because of sizing or how they fit on me personally, but at least they are all my style!
I also appreciate that I can chose the amount of items, the type of items, and the frequency in which I receive them. Unlike with other services where they come monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, etc. I could do one weekly if I wanted! All around, it allows for a great amount of control for the consumer.
What I Didn’t Like
My main complaint is the selection. There really are not that many items available to even include in your box. And the worst part is that some items are only available for Prime Wardrobe in one or two sizes. So, you may be browsing, find an item you love and find out that it’s only available for Prime Wardrobe in a small. I’m not sure if it has to do with inventory, but it’s really annoying. And to clarify, it’s not because the item in that size is out of stock. You could buy it outright, but you can’t include it in your Prime Wardrobe.
I spent so much time weeding through the items, even though they were limited, because of the sizing availability. They also absolutely need to increase the amount of items available. I would also like to see a variation in brands. There was a lot their own private brands and some other brands that I don’t often shop.
The Bottom Line
Would I do one again? YES. Although I found the process of filling a box a bit frustrating, I would still do it again. However I would probably wait for a time when there was a specific item or list of items I was looking for. That would help narrow down the selection! I also wouldn’t be as concerned with filling a box. I wanted to try as many as possible for my first review, but that caused me to spend way too much time browsing the site for options!
Prime Wardrobe Try-on
Now let’s get to the clothes that I ordered! I’m sharing my first box along with fit and sizing for each item!
I was pumped to try this tunic. It’s like a light sweatshirt material and long enough for leggings! The off shoulder band is also nice and thick, meaning it stays put really well! Fit is a little more close to the body than I’d like personally. I would have preferred a large!
I’ll be sharing more about the flats below!
The quality of these flats is awesome. They are calf hair and the leopard print is beautiful in person. They weren’t available in my typical size 9, but since I have a narrow foot I decided to try the 8.5. Although they were a bit snug, they were wearable. If leopard isn’t your thing, these come in over 15 other colors and prints!
Although these are coming off more grey, these jeans are actually a washed or faded black. The fit is mid rise and very stretchy! At $39, the price is also awesome! I do recommend sizing down one!
And I also wanted to show two ways to wear the tunic! With jeans you can slouch it up to appear more hip length. It also looks great tunic length with jeans.
The perfect postpartum tee! It’s fitted through the arms and chest but then flows out from there. It comes in five other colors and fits true to size.
A great alternative to the classic blue denim jacket! The faded black is a little more fresh and trendy! The denim is thick but has a nice amount of stretch, making it very comfortable to wear! The cut is fitted.
I love me a chambray dress, and I was really excited about this one! The weight is super-light. I mean, we’re talking feels-like-a-tee light. If you live somewhere warmer, it would be great for you, but it’s more of a summer fabric for our weather! It also has pockets! Fit is relaxed.
Both pairs of boots were great quality! The brown are knee high and slightly heeled. I loved the color too! They’re a great reddish brown! Fit is TTS. The black over the knee boots were also a winner! They are true over the knee, even on my 5’7″ frame! I also loved the tie back, which keep them in place nicely!
Have you tried Amazon Prime Wardrobe? What was your favorite piece?