YogaClub is a monthly yoga clothing and apparel subscription box curated based on your preferences. They send brand name clothes, but at a fraction of the retail prices! Upon sign up, there’s a fun style quiz that subscribers can use to tell them about your style preferences. The quiz has been updated in the last couple of weeks to better fit you. You can now add you height and specify your body shape. Shipping is $6.95 to USA and $9.95 to Canada, Alaska & Hawaii.
Updates: The MANTRA and the KARMA boxes has been discontinued. They are also shipping to the UK now, the prices are:
- Guru Monthly for $79
- Guru Seasonal (delivered every three months) for $89
- a FREE layering piece in your first month
- a FREE sports bra in your second month, and
- a FREE premium leggings in your third month!
Yoga Club now have services to make exchanges on your items, and there’s even a community for Canadian subscribers!
Everything was nicely wrapped in the box. There was a lot of light colored items this month. I received four items after filling out their monthly feedback and mentioning a couple of “meh” about my boxes (more details about it below).
Niyama Sol Granite Stripe Barefoot leggings. I LOVE Niyama Sol leggings, they are probably one of my favorite brand! They are soft, they stay in place and move with you, they are not see-through, and the waist band is perfect even for someone who has a small waist but medium hips (a nightmare to find leggings that are not too wide or too tight somewhere!)
You can fold the waistband for a low waistband, but I prefer higher up. And they are quick drying!
They work nicely with the bra!
Onzie Chic Bra in Blush. I actually received this bra, but in jade, in October 2017 and it’s one of my favorite go-to sports bra. The fabric is soft, the bra is fully lined, but there’s no room for extra padding. I like to wear it as an everyday bra for when I don’t really need a lot of support. It has a simple elastic band and it keeps everything tight and secure (at least on me!)
The back has a lot of straps, but it’s very comfortable and I can do chest press without anything digging painfully in my back.
And it’s lovely with the leggings!
Vie Active Ceci Crepe Tank in Cream. It’s cream colored, but it’s a pretty light cream. The fabric is light and breathable too.
I wasn’t sure at first as I’m not a huge fan of whites, but it feels nice and flowy.
The outfit all together.
But it looks great with the bra and the pants, and the colored bra is not showing too much underneath.
The back is a simple tank top, nothing over the top.
MPG Chia 2.0 Warrior Knit Drape Top. In my box, there was another layering piece, a long sleeve shirt by MPG. There was no explanation as to why I received it, but then I remembered that I give my feedback on every box on their website, and I had mentioned that I had received twice the same bra (in different color) within three boxes and they gave me a link to get an extra top in my next box.
Once again, I wasn’t sure about this item as it was white, and felt huge at first.
But I ended up loving it (of course, I would have preferred it in black, but it’s still nice).
The boat neckline is great to show my bra, and I like how it covers my butt. This is an awesome piece to hang out in the living room, or for brunch! It’s soft and comfortable. I can wear it on top of a tank top, or just a bra, depending on the weather.
Included in the box was a code for Hello Fresh, Canadian version! I appreciate that we have a coupon based on our location, too many time we have a discount code for something that doesn’t ship to the Big North!
I wasn’t sure what to think of this box at first, as it is not colors I would have chosen by myself, and the two tops were “meh” when I took them out of the box. But I love how they all match together, and I especially like the extra top as I can match it with other leggings and tops for a relaxed look. I just wish that in our profile, we could mentioned if we would prefer light, dark or a mix of colors.
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 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?