Amazon’s Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe Expands to Menswear

As with everything else this year, shopping has looked a little different. No longer is going into a store to physically touch, see and try-on clothing an option for most of us, so we’ve had to get more comfortable with online ordering. While it’s convenient, online shopping can also sometimes be the last thing we want to do after a long day of working from home and starring at a computer screen all day.

Now, imagine if there was a third party who could eliminate the constant scrolling and searching that online shopping requires? Sounds like a slam-dunk to us. Unsurprisingly, Amazon Fashion understands this and realizes that you may not have hours to spend looking online for the perfect plaid button-up. As a result, the mega e-retailer has just extended their Personal Shopper by Prime Wardrobe program to now include men.

What this means is that for just an extra $4.99 a month, Prime members can have a personal stylist at the touch of their fingertips. Simply take a short survey to help them get to know your sense of style and let them do the rest. They select pieces specifically for you, show them to you so that you can choose what to receive, ship them, and give you a 7-day period to try them on. Keep what you want and send the rest back. It’s as easy as that. And while we wait for the big Prime Day two-day shopping event on October 13 and 14, today is a good day to sign up and try out this convenient new shopping service.

The service goes beyond just simply shopping for you though. They can help you put-together full outfits, hook you up for a special occasion, help you build out your wardrobe, provide you with style advice, and give you the insight into some of the top trends for the season ahead. Need we say more? Even though this program has the potential to push our Amazon addiction to an even more alarming level, we can’t help but sit back and give in. Welcome to the new world of shopping.

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