ForbesI cover fashion, beauty and grooming. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. We've all been there-you have a little shopping spree on your favorite site, the box arrives, and as you try it all on piece by piece, you realize every single thing has to go back.
Refinery29Update: Two years ago, Try.com blew our minds with its game-changing service that allows online shoppers to try pieces for free before actually committing to them. The only problem was that the program was only available for a handful of online retailers.
Business InsiderA new company is aiming to take the hassles out of buying clothing online by making it easier than ever to return unwanted clothes. Try.com allows users to try on clothes from several major retailers, including Zara and Bloomingdale's, for free. Customers only have to pay for the items if they decide to keep them.