Thanks for the feedback Adithya. The online fashion experience is meant to replicate offline, but you can only return clothes with the tags on and without any sign of it having been used when it comes to physical stores, that's not the case online. Fashion has always been Amazon's Achilles heel, but in the US too returns are a huge problem online. As for reducing the return window, I would argue that since most categories on Amazon and Flipkart have only a 10-15 day return policy, there is no reason for fashion to be different. This is an expectation that has been set over the years for consumers. Margins in fashion are much higher than other categories, but taking into account steep discounts and return cost + sanitisation measures pressures it.
In a service like Try and Buy, many items are then dispatched to consumers, who can try everything and when it's returned, there is a 30-60 day window for sellers to get them back. That's an opportunity loss.