If you haven’t read about Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe online yet, odds are, you’ll be seeing it in action soon. Though it hasn’t launched yet, Prime Wardrobe is poised to make shopping till you drop a thing of the past.

This new feature does not cost anything extra in addition to an Amazon Prime membership fee ($99 a year) and even offers additional discounts on clothing. If you keep a certain amount of the items ordered, you can get ten to twenty percent off your final purchase. However, you can only buy three to fifteen items at a time, so if you truly want to go on a shopping spree, the mall is still the right choice for you.

You don’t even have to pay for your clothing unless you decide to keep it. You have seven days to try everything on and then if you decide to send something back, you can arrange for it to be picked up at your house or use the resealable box and pre-printed label and drop it off at UPS.

For the people who hate spending all day walking around the mall, this is the service for you. Even the fashionistas who could spend all day in a boutique will love this option to bring the mall to their own house. This easy, low-stress new way to shop will (hopefully!) be ready soon, and will provide an innovative new way to make time-consuming tasks as easy as a click of a mouse.

For those of you who can’t wait for Prime Wardrobe to launch, here are some of the brands they’ll offer so you can go ahead and plan your new wardrobe:

  • Calvin Klein
  • Levi’s
  • adidas
  • Timex
  • Carter’s
  • Theory
  • Hugo Boss
  • Lacoste
  • J Brand
  • Milly
  • Parker
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