Figuring out how to dress for work over the past year has been...interesting. We\u2019ve spiraled and pivoted and gone to extremes, trying to make up for our cobbled-together WFH desks by dressing up, then changing course and furiously searching for ways to make sweatpants feel \u201cwork-appropriate.\u201d With offices reopening and in-person meetings starting to become more of a possibility, we\u2019re facing another challenge: How do you shop for clothing that needs to be perfect for going out and staying in? If you\u2019ve felt ready to throw your hands in the air and just give up, wait! There\u2019s a handy solution that\u2019s closer than you might think: Amazon\u2019s Personal Shopper service takes the speed and convenience you know and love about the site and app and adds in a human touch with a shopper who will comb through its fashion options and pull together looks that fit the bill (whatever your bill is). What is it? As part of the Amazon Prime Wardrobe program, the logistics are the same as that genius set-up: A box of clothing arrives at your door, you try everything on before sending back what you don\u2019t want, and your credit card is charged for the items you do keep. The key difference with Personal Shopper is that you\u2019re ceding responsibility to someone else, which can feel glorious if your brain\u2019s already being pulled in a hundred different directions. The extra personalized touch does cost a fee ($4.99/month), but it\u2019s something we\u2019re more than ready to pay in order to reclaim the time that would\u2019ve gone into stressing over outfit-construction. The charge reflects the styling work too. An email will lay out all the picks as a roadmap, clearly calling out what pieces are meant to be paired together. How do I do it? Start by filling out a survey to give your personal shopper a feel for your normal style. The form first prompts you to to address how often you wear particular \u201ctypes\u201d (e.g., \u201cretro\u201d; \u201cbohemian\u201d) and gives you an opportunity to weigh in on brands you already own and prints and patterns you don\u2019t like. More questions cover preferences on silhouettes, heel heights, and any areas you try to cover\u2014all in all, it\u2019s an easy, breezy digital version of the conversation you\u2019d be having with a personal shopper behind the doors of a dressing room. But what if\u2026. Okay, you do have the option to micro-manage just a bit if you want. Whether you\u2019re a little particular about some things or need an outfit for a certain occasion, there are a few spots to share your thoughts with your stylist. From ticking off silhouettes you want (blouses, not tees) or leaving a note (\u201cI\u2019m presenting during a big virtual conference\u2014help!\u201d), the initial questionnaire helps determine exactly what you need. Personal shoppers are available to chat with on desktop or in the app, too, should you want to get more specific, and before anything ships, you\u2019ll get the chance to review your shopper\u2019s picks and select favorites you want to receive in person. Below, a few favorites to consider requesting from your personal shopper.