Online fashion retailer lets shoppers try for free

New online retailer Try.com is making waves by allowing users to order and try on clothes from several major retailers— all for free.

Shoppers can pick from several major retailers on the site, including Zara and Bloomingdale's (NYSE:M), and are only obligated to pay for the items they decide to keep, Business Insider reported. Customers have 10 days to decide which items to keep and purchase and which to send back. And, all returns are free.

The online shopping service is currently only available on a desktop and via an invitation, although shoppers can easily request an invite on the retailer's website. Unlike some box services that ship packages of clothing to members, Try allows shoppers to choose the items themselves, not stylists.

Halsbrook introduced a similar service back in April. The online retailer of designer apparel allows consumers to try on items before charging them to a credit card.

For more:
-See this Business Insider article

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