YogaClub Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2017

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YogaClub is a monthly yoga clothes and apparels subscription box curated based on your preferences. Each pieces are brand name clothes, but at a fraction of the retail prices! There are three membership you can choose from: The Mantra (1 pair of premium brand leggings for $49), The Karma (2-piece quality brand outfit for $69) and the Guru (3-piece premium brand outfit for $79). Shipping is $4.95 to USA and $9.95 to Canada. Having reviewed the Guru Box twice, we decided to see what was in the Karma box.

DEAL: Save 25% on your first box. Use coupon code HELLOSUB.

Each box is unique, based on your subscription choices, but some of the featured brands in the Guru Box includes Manduka, Onzie and Nux.

When you first subscribe to YogaClub, you choose your membership (Mantra, Karma, or Guru) and then you have two options: either you go with a pre-set style (Classic, Fun and Free, All Style) or you answer a couple of questions to get styled in more details. When you get styled, you can decide you prefer to have classic neutral pants with fun and colourful tops for example. In the Get Styled, you can also choose the type of pants or top that you prefer (capri vs long pants, t-shirt vs tank top, etc).

The shipping is super fast! It was delivered within five days of the shipping notification and I’m in Canada. Not bad! Everything is wrapped in a simple tissue paper.

This month, I’ve received a pair of Noli leggings and a Glyder Long Sleeve Shirt.

The outfit together. It looks very cute! (The sports bra is not part of the outfit.)

Glyder Long Sleeved Shirt (I can’t find the exact price as this item was discontinued by Glyder). This is a great shirt to layer over a sport bra or a cute tank top. It’s low-cut in the front (I need to wear something under this top), it has six buttons down the front, but not all the way to the bottom, so it can’t be turned into a vest.

It has nice thumbholes, which is something I never had before, but I like that! It’s 92% Nylon and 8% spandex with a 4-way stretch so you can wear it throughout your workout. For the person who’s always cold, or for the fall, it’s a great addition your collection of workout clothes! The fabric is nice and light.

Mila Legging – Eden by Noli ($85 regular price, $60 on sale). Long leggings with cute mesh cutouts. Sadly, even though they are super cute and I LOVE the colours and pattern, this is not something that should have been picked based on my styling quiz. I clicked on “dislike” for modern/mesh pants, and on “ok” for the long pants (I prefer Capris, but long pants are fine). I tried them on anyway, they are just that cute!

They fit nicely, the pattern fabric is actually very nice and soft! It’s stretches comfortably. But I have problems with those mesh panels. I like the idea of mesh panels on yoga pants for sweaty day as it’s quite breathable, but I find mesh itchy as it’s usually stiff and not so soft. The seam between the mesh and the fabric right on the thigh is cutting in my skin, because of the difference in stretching abilities between the two fabric. On the visual aspect, it makes a dent in my leg instead of making it smooth! When I sit down, this dent is even more accentuated, but it’s not uncomfortable. Also, the knee is where the mesh is and bending the knee scratches the skin.

But then, I tried them out to an intense workout with lots of squatting, lots of lunges, and I quickly forgot about the mesh! They were great! But I hope I won’t get pants with mesh panels too often. (I’m keeping my preferences on “dislike” for modern/mesh pants).

For the price range of the Karma box, this box was totally worth it. The leggings themselves, on sale, covered the price of the box. I’m ok with the pants, as I love the pattern, but I’m still not sure about the mesh panels! I love the top, I want the cooler days to come back just so I can wear it for an evening run or to head to the gym!

If you know of a brand that doesn’t fit you or that you don’t want, a style that you prefer, or any other thing you want to let them know, you can send them an email and they will make a note to your account. And if you want to change your subscription (from Guru to Chakra, for example) or the schedule (instead of monthly, you want the box quarterly), you just need to send them a message through your account and they will make the arrangements as soon as possible.

Have you tried YogaClub? What do you think of this month’s personalized selection?

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