Amazon continues to expand its services offered and this time the fashionistas are top priority. The company has announced that they will be testing a new service called Prime Wardrobe.

Prime Wardrobe will allow customers to try on clothing before paying for it. At no cost to the customer, the service will offer a 7-day trial period before the clothing items – the customer doesn’t want – have to be returned in a re-sealable box with a pre-paid shipping label.

Amazon said Tuesday that there brands like Levi’s Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein and more will be stocked on their site. The company’s goal is to become a huge competitor in the retail market and enter new territory where department stores has not been able successfully conquer.

The process to buy from Prime Wardrobe is as follows: Shoppers pick three or more items and have a try-on period. Items they want to discard can be dropped off at a UPS location or picked up for free. It is as simple as that!

As an added benefit, shoppers will receive 10 percent off if they keep three or four items, or 20 percent off for five items or more.