If you’ve ever been to a shop that sells a plastic wardrobe or something similar, chances are you’ve seen it at a discounted price, but not everyone is as lucky.
Here’s the catch.
Capsule clothing can only be sold at Amazon’s UK stores and Amazon will not accept any capsule wardrobe.
That means you’re going to have to find a new place to wear your wardrobe.
It’s not the only thing that’s been hit hard by Amazon’s new policy.
Other items that used to cost £5.99 have been downgraded to £2.99.
This has also caused a spike in sales of the likes of the new Star Wars film tie, which was downgraded from £12.99 to £8.99 (you’ll need to buy it on its own to get the discount).
The new policies are still in place but the impact is already felt.
“We’ve seen some items being sold at a discount at the UK site but we have not seen the impact on our overall business as a whole,” said Amazon’s vice-president of global business, Richard Branson.
“Our aim is to keep prices low for shoppers around the world.”
While this may be a relief to some, it’s not a complete cure for the problem.
“Amazon’s decision to limit the supply of capsule clothing has not reduced demand for capsule clothing at all, and the company has yet to provide any evidence that capsule clothing sales are being affected by this change,” said Branson in a statement.