Amazon Working On Home Wardrobe Delivery Service

June 22, 2017

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It appears Amazon's quest for world domination is in full swing.  Last week the online retailer announced it would be purchasing Whole Foods and most likely will begin offering food and meals delivery.  Now the company plans to let customers order clothing and try them out before charging them.  Prime Wardrobe will let Amazon Prime customers can order three to 15 items of clothing at a time without actually buying them.  You'll be able to try them on and see if it's something you would want to own within 7 days and only charged only for the items they keep. For the items you don't want, a resealable box with a pre-printed shipping is also included with free scheduled UPS pickups. It's unclear when Prime Wardrobe will be available but expect the program to roll out by the holidays. Analysts expect it to be the biggest apparel retailer in the US by the end of the year.

SOURCE: New York Times

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