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OK, since we all know by now that Amazon seems to run the world, it only makes sense that we (humans) shop there for our clothes too, right? Amazon does have some nice clothes… and not having to go into a store does sound pretty nice…

Do you shop for any clothing items on Amazon? If so, how much of your clothing do you buy? All of it? A few items here and there? Or have you never bought any clothes on Amazon?

There are some things we like to buy on Amazon. Like this American flag t-shirt that’s made out of RVs (seriously, it’s cool). Or, yaknow, if you really, really, really like hot dogs… there’s always this.

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friz
4 months ago

Well the Amazon clothing survey went over like a “lead balloon”. 83% don’t!

Randy
4 months ago

Our two favorite stores, K-Mart and Shop-Ko, are no longer in business. They were also closest to our home before we started the RV life. There are three Wal-Marts where we lived and they don’t get any of our money. With the Amazon locker system, we can order anything we want and pick it up at our leisure if the campground won’t allow package delivery. The “try before you buy” feature for clothing is great because if you don’t want it, the mailing label is included with your clothes and you send back what you don’t want in the same box.

Greg Bryant
4 months ago

I have a hard time finding clothes that fit me comfortably. So when I do, that’s all I wear. I can’t stand shopping so I will buy the exact same stuff I already have so I know it fits, without driving around to umpteen different stores and not finding what I like to wear. So I find myself buying clothes on Amazon when I need them. But I don’t feel good about it….lol.

Roy Davis
4 months ago

When you are a difficult size to fit, you like Amazon. Returns have gotten easier since I can take it to Kohl’s. I also shop and buy from Kohl’s as well. I have bought at least 4 suits from Amazon as well and was pleased.

John Koenig
4 months ago

I find that returning ANYTHING to Amazon is a royal pain. I can’t imagine buying anything I’d wear from Amazon as it would be too much of a gamble re GOOD fit.

Randy
4 months ago
Reply to  John Koenig

How recently have you used Amazon? I have never had an issue with returns or refunds. In the past, it seemed like it took a lot of argument to return something, but no more. You request a refund, print a label, drop the package in the mail, and as soon as it is scanned by USPS or UPS, a refund is issued before the package is even received back at Amazon.

KellyR
4 months ago

Penney’s and Sears for me. When I find something I like, I buy enough to hopefully make it thru my life. I have 30 pair of knee high boot socks and 30 pair of “golf” socks. all the same. Having to match socks is just a waste of time.

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
4 months ago
Reply to  KellyR

Just so you don’t mismatch a knee-high boot sock with a golf sock. That would be an interesting sight, if you were wearing shorts so folks could see them. 😆 Take care, Kelly. 😀 –Diane

KellyR
4 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

Started right after we got married – wife lays out clothes so I don’t hear, “You’re wearing THAT?!!”

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
4 months ago
Reply to  KellyR

Good plan, and smart man. 😀 –Diane

Jesse Crouse
3 months ago
Reply to  RV Staff

Happy wife=happy life. It’s not that we are trainable, it’s we just give in at some point.

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
3 months ago
Reply to  Jesse Crouse

Hi, Jesse. Like I said, “smart man.” Have a good night. 😀 –Diane

Gary
4 months ago

Amazon is a last resort for me.

Diane Mc
4 months ago

Never been a shopper. Even when working. I used the Personal Shopper at Nordstrom/Macy’s. Tell them sizes, what you like/don’t like. Show up, change room is full of things. Try on, if you like something but doesn’t fit, they will find one in different size. So no getting dressed to go out & find more things to try on. Been retired for 20 yrs and use online shopping. Try on at home. Can see if pieces go with items in closet. No glaring fluorescent lights. Very little Amazon. Only use stores that allow free return shipping or store is close enough to do in store returns. Do use Amazon for 94 yr old mother who doesn’t get out. Caregivers can have her try on. What doesn’t work I can return easily.

Linda
4 months ago

We buy some of our clothing on Amazon but most of our clothing at Costco, they have great jeans, shirts & underwear.

Joe
4 months ago

I’m 6’7”, 240 pounds. Buying any clothing on line is difficult so I keep to ones with a proven track record for me. For my size 17 foot I find the web site 2 big feet to be the best.

Van Smith
4 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Thanks for the tip. I also wear size 17 shoes which have become increasingly difficult to find on Amazon. Peace, brothers and sisters.🙏

Julz
4 months ago

I buy most of my t-shirts for myself and others (gifts) on Amazon. I use my Cricut machine and sublimate designs on the t-shirts. Other clothes, not so much!

Wayne
4 months ago

I buy very little online and certainly not clothes.

Skip
4 months ago

No Amazon for clothes. Clothes and shoes from LL Bean.

Richard Hughes
4 months ago

I have purchased a few pairs of shoes, but no other clothing.

Tom
4 months ago

For clothing, we prefer stick and brick stores. I have a store that I go to when we are near one. Nearest is many hundred miles. Their products are well made and rugged casual wear. They will outlast me.

Carl
4 months ago

The only clothing I have purchased on Amazon would be a couple of T-shirts which “made specific statements” that I couldn’t purchase locally. I do not consider Amazon as a go to outlet for clothing.

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