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. They previously offered sizes XS to 3X, but now they only have XS to 1X. Shipping is $4.95 to the USA; $9.95 to Canada, Alaska, & Hawaii; and £8.39 to the UK. Yoga Club has services to make exchanges on your items, and there’s even a community for Canadian subscribers! They offer 3 subscription levels with different products in each level:
- The Mantra: 1 pair of leggings, usually of capri or full length depending on your preferences
- The Karma: a 2-piece outfit, usually a legging and a top
- The Guru: a 3-piece outfit, usually a legging and two tops
DEAL: Get an additional FREE Legging ($92 VALUE!) with your first Seasonal Guru Box! Use the coupon code FREELEGGING at checkout.
I am reviewing The Guru, which included leggings and two tops.
My items were wrapped in tissue paper and sealed with a sticker. The items were folded neatly and they had their hangtags attached.
Everything in my box! I received leggings, a layering top, and a pullover.
Vie Active Teryn Tank in Black, Size 1X ($60 MSRP) I usually receive a layering tank and this month it is basic black, which goes with so many different outfits.
It’s made of 90% modal and 10% spandex so it is super soft and silky! I may just repurpose it for sleepwear!
Splendid Dress in Black, Size XXL ($138 MSRP) I was shocked when I went to review this item on the YogaClub website, because it is a dress!
It’s made of rayon, cotton, and spandex and feels somewhat like jersey knit fabric.
It has a pocket on the front for hands or style, I’m not sure which. It hits mid-thigh on my body, which is 5’3″. The sleeves are longer than my hands but it can be pushed up. It doesn’t look like a dress on me, and I think it’s supposed to look like a pullover.
Mono B Leggings in Orchid, Size XXL ($68 MSRP) The leggings I received are in a dark purple shade, a subdued magenta maybe. They are made of polyester and spandex.
They have an interesting crisscross detail along the side near the ankles. Unfortunately, these ran way too small and I couldn’t pull them on. These are capri length, at least it seemed that way when I held to up to my waist.
YogaClub used to offer sizes up to 3X but now it’s only up to 1X, which is a bummer. Also, there were some hits and misses with my April YogaClub outfit. The main miss is the fact that the pants run way too small and I couldn’t pull them on. I liked the color and the ankle detail though, they look pretty cool. YogaClub does have a way to make exchanges if needed. The layering tank was comfortable and while the dress/tunic is very long (but doesn’t really look like a dress), it covers all the parts I would prefer to keep hidden while working out, and I appreciate that!
Have you tried YogaClub? What do you think of this month’s personalized selection?