Everything you need to know about Amazon Fashion

Refresh your wardrobe with Amazon Fashion this season and shop from brands like Levi's, New Balance and Calvin Klein, for less.


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We’ve all heard of Amazon. Global retail marketplace phenomenon, tech-lovers haven and not a bad place to shop for sports equipment, either. But the chances are, it isn’t your first port of call when it comes to refreshing your wardrobe…

But that might be about to change. Contrary to popular belief, if you take yourself over to the “clothing” tab on-site, you’re going to see one or two (maybe even three) of your fave big-name brands – Calvin Klein, Havaianas, Nike, Ted Baker, Levi’s, Puma, Tommy Hilfiger, Fossil, New Balance, anyone?

What is Amazon Fashion?

Simply put, Amazon Fashion allows shoppers to browse a range of exciting brands all in one place, for less. But that’s not all. You can even shop from Amazon Essentials – think basic tees and cotton underwear, as well as classic coats and luxurious loafers at very reasonable prices.

Is Amazon Fashion good value?

It depends on what you’re looking for. For items like Calvin Klein underwear, enjoy up to £30 off normal prices! What about New Balance you say? If you’re in the market for some trendy trainers you could save around £40 when buying via Amazon. But it’s not all about the big boys.

Amazon offers its own essentials range, with great-quality goodies at even greater prices. We’re talking pyjamas, snug fleeces and hoodies, underwear and tees, as well as slim-fit shirts, chinos, trench coats and lots more.

What can I buy?

Here’s a round-up of our favourite pieces right now, including warm snuggly coats, crisp, slim-fit shirts and snazzy watches. Happy shopping!

Tommy Hilfiger Women's Coat With Fur Jacket
Tommy Hilfiger Women's Coat With Fur Jacket


Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-fit Wrinkle-Resistant Shirt
Amazon Essentials Men's Slim-fit Wrinkle-Resistant Shirt


Amazon Essentials Women's Water-Resistant Collar Coat
Amazon Essentials Women's Water-Resistant Collar Coat


Calvin Klein Women's Lightly Lined Demi Bra
Calvin Klein Women's Lightly Lined Demi Bra


Amazon Essentials Men's Lightweight French Terry Hooded Sweatshirt
Amazon Essentials Men's Lightweight French Terry Hooded Sweatshirt


What about Amazon Prime Wardrobe?

Amazon Prime Wardrobe is an extra feature for Prime paying fashionistas. It lets you try on clothes and shoes before you buy them. This means you can sample styles from brands like Nike, Adidas, Clavin Klein, Levi’s and more, without paying for them first.

While buy now pay later schemes like Klarna and Clearpay have partnered with retailers to allow shoppers to try before they buy at checkout in the same way, Prime Wardrobe is Amazon’s very own form of that.

Here’s how it works in more detail:

  1. Choose up to eight pieces of clothing, shoes, jewellery and accessories that take your fancy.
  2. There are heaps of eligible items, just look for “Prime Wardrobe” in the product description as you shop.
  3. Note that your order will arrive in 4-6 business days. Shipping time is slower than the typical Prime two-day shipping promise.
  4. You have seven days (yes seven) to try on your items before returning them… or choose to hold onto them!
  5. Any returns you wish to make can be done easily, just attach the prepaid shipping label supplied by Amazon and drop the box off at your nearest UPS location.

Is Amazon Prime Wardrobe worth it?

Most of us are having to shop online now, whether we like it or not. Granted, it can be way more convenient, but not being able to try clothes on makes things tricky if you’re not 100% sure things are going to fit you… or even suit you in real life.

That’s why Prime Wardrobe is a bit of a game-changer for Prime shoppers. You’re sampling clothes for free basically. What’s not to like?

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