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 kinds of 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. This review is for the GURU box.
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Each box is unique, based on your subscription choices, but some of the featured brands in the Guru Box includes Manduka, Onzie and Nux.
Every month subscribed, you earn 150 lotus bucks that you can use towards box discounts.
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).
You don’t know what to get to your favorite yogi for Christmas? Never fear, you can offer them a box!
Of course, the surprise will be known ahead of time because you want the recipient to fill out their styling profile!
The shipping is super fast! It was delivered within 5 business days of the shipping notification and I’m in Canada. Prior to shipment, I made some adjustments to my profile, asking for more neutral colors for pants and tops, with an “anything goes” for the bra! I’m so glad I did with dark clothes and a pop of red!
This month, I’ve received a pair of MPG capris, a Sadhana bra and a NUX long sleeve shirt.
MPG Cardio 3/4 crops in Heather Charcoal (M/L). I love anything by MPG Sports. The leggings might not be buttery soft, but they are sturdy and last a very long time. Among all my workout pants, the MPG are always the one I wear for a run. The waist band is a folded stretchy fabric that stays in place.
The fabric is stretchy, medium thickness, and a bit stiff. They are 67% Nylon, 24% Polyester and 9% Spandex, and totally squat proof!
There’s not a lot of details to make these pants stand out, but they can be paired with fun colors and they are great for the season. My only problem with them is that the high waist band gaps a bit in the back. But that’s a problem I get quite often with high waist pants, due to my waist being more of a small/medium size vs my hips being a comfortable medium/large! Yes, all my pants were fitting me perfectly when the low-waist pants were the craze!
Sadhana Marce Sports Bra in red (Small). This is such a cute bra! It’s made with 88% Nylon and 12% Elastano. Once again, like for the pants, the fabric is not buttery soft, but it’s thick and I really like the elastic band all around.
The front has that cute little detail of very small holes, but it doesn’t affect the integrity as the elastic runs through the bottom ones.
The back is, like last month, a lot of straps!
They also have removable cups, which I really like. The white fabric has tiny holes to help to keep everything dryer.
This is a cute simple outfit, perfect for sweaty activities.
NUX Newport Thermal in black (Small). Thermal layers are great for whenever you spend a lot of time outside, either to workout or to work. I love thermals as they are easy to layer under a jacket, they keep moisture away from you, especially when it’s cold outside. It is light, has a nice ribbed texture, and the back is a bit longer than the front.
I really like this month’s selection! I like that they didn’t go for all neutral and chose a brightly colored bra to put some life in the outfit. Of course, in my styling profile I said I loved anything for bras, but they could have gone with the black look anyway. The pants are great, and it’s from a brand I trust a lot for high intensity workout and the top is perfect to put on under a jacket after a class on the way to get a coffee (croissant for me, I get a croissant after my yoga class).
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 Mantra, 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?