If you love Amazon Prime because of the easy shipping and returns, you’ll love Prime Wardrobe even more. Select items you want to try-on at home and add them to your Prime Wardrobe cart (up to 8 items at a time) then checkout. The items will ship to your address and you have 7-days to try them on at home. You will only be charged for the items you decide to keep! It’s a great way to try new styles or multiple sizes in items without draining your bank account in the process!
So what hits and misses did I find for January? Check them all out below!
This Merokeety Cable Knit Chunky Cardigan is oversized and perfectly cozy for working from home or weekend. I prefer a bit more streamlined and longer length cardigan like this one from Amazon Essentials for my 5’8″ frame. But if you’re looking for cozy and a variety of colors in a more classic cable knit, this cardigan is a winner at under $40 plus it currently has an additional 30% off clickable coupon!
At 5’8″ with broad shoulders, longer length and lighter weight cardigans typically work better on my frame. This Amazon Essentials Cardigan is a personal favorite of mine. At $26, you might want to stock up on multiple colors. I have it in camel and black and it’s perfect for layering.
I love a good puffy vest for winter in the south! Mornings are often cold enough for jackets but afternoons warm up to the upper 40s or 50s. Vests are a great way to layer without the bulk plus they double for layers over workout and hiking clothes on the weekend. I have this Amazon Essentials vest in three colors and wear them a ton layered over striped turtlenecks, plaid button-downs, or thermal tees.
Amazon Essentials is one of my favorite Amazon brands. I’m always surprised by the quality of each item for the cost and everything seems to fit true to size and stand up to repeated washings. This lightweight turtleneck is great for layering under blazers or blanket scarves for winter. Available in multiple colors and sizes for as low as $17.
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