Earlier this year, Amazon rolled out yet another benefit for Prime members: Prime Wardrobe, which allows shoppers to try anywhere from three to eight items — clothing, shoes, handbags, and jewelry among them — without paying a cent up front. Keep (and pay for) only what you like, send back what you don't. Sounds appealing, right? I thought so, but it turns out the service isn't without its drawbacks. Here's what I found out during my first time using Prime Wardrobe.