Fabletics Review & $25 Off Coupon – May 2015
Fabletics is a monthly workout clothing subscription – each month they release a new collection and you can pick out any outfit you like (including from previous months). Or you can skip that month.
This subscription is one of my all-time favorites. The value and the quality of the clothing are great!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Fabletics
The Cost: Starts at $49.95 an outfit
COUPON: Click through to get your first outfit for only $25!, no coupon required, just use this link
The Products: Workout clothing and accessories.
Ships to: US and now Canada!
This month I decided to go with the River of Grass Outfit for $69.95.
Juneau Bra – Value $24.95
This is a new bra design from fabletics and I like it. It comes with removable cups, and the cut is flattering and comfortable. The support on this bra is light – so not appropriate for high impact activites!
Adventura Tank – Value $29.95
This is a great basic tank. It has a relaxed fit, so I sized down from a large to a medium, and it still is smidge loose, so I recommend sizing down in this tank (and pretty much anything Fabletics lists as having a relaxed fit).
Lima Capri in Moss Camo – Value $64.95
My favorite item – I just love their black camo print, and I’m so glad they brought it back! I have this print in a legging from last year, but not a capri, so this print is why I went with this outfit. (But to be fair – a lot of the other outfits I was interested in were out of stock, so I didn’t have many options this month!)
This capri has maximum compression, and a hidden pocket in the front as well.
Verdict: I’m really happy with my outfit choice this month. I tend to go for black workout clothing, but I still don’t want a boring outfit – so I think this outfit is the perfect solution.
What did you pick from Fabletics this month? Were you able to get the outfit you wanted?
Also has anyone tried these capris?
I think they look really interesting, but the combination of maximum compression plus mesh netting made me avoid them. If they are flattering, let me know!