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Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015

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Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Box

Wantable Fitness is a fitness styling subscription service (similar to Stitch Fix). You fill out an in-depth survey about your fitness clothing preferences, and your stylist picks out items for you.

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Open

The fee for this service is $20 a month, and that fee goes toward whichever items you choose to keep. If you keep 3 or 4 items you also get a 20% discount, and if you keep all 5 items you get a 30% discount.

Wantable sent me this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Items

The Subscription Box: Wantable Fitness

The Cost: $20 for the styling fee plus the cost of clothing.

The Products: 5 athletic wear pieces selected by a stylist based on your preferences. Keep 3 or more pieces save 20%, Keep all 5 save 30%

Ships to: US

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Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Order

Here is my order invoice. The merchandise total is $331 and the keep-all discount is $99.30, so factoring that in plus the $20 credit, this box would cost $211.70 to keep all five items. (Roughly $42 an item).

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Comments

These are my preferences for the Fitness subscription.

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Tank

Pink Lotus High Neck Performance Tank – Cost to Keep $74

I couldn’t find this exact tank online, so I linked to the same tank in a different pattern. (Neiman Marcus Last Call has it on sale for $29.50) The maze fabric print is still available on the Pink Lotus site, so I’m not sure if this is current stock or not.

Pink Lotus is a brand I discovered through Wantable Fitness, and I really like it. The quality and cuts are A+ in my book. This top is more flattering on than I was expecting. And the fabric is really lightweight and breathable. Here is a look at the back:

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Back

(The black parts are mesh). I wish the price point was lower on this tank – I would definitely keep it if it were!

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Grey

Colosseum Lifetime Body Legging – Cost to Keep $79

These leggings are so comfortable and flattering. I really like the pockets too! Normally I don’t spend this much on leggings, but I’m thinking about keeping these and buying them in black too. (Kohl’s has them on sale for $71.10)

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Purple

Glyder Method Tank – Cost to Keep $38

I liked this top, but I have enough loose fitting work out tops currently, and this one was a little too loose in the arm holes.

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Trina

Trina Turk Drape Back Top – Cost to Keep $69

This top looks great on the model, but it did not work with my body type! The lower part of the top was tight around my hips, so it didn’t get that flowy look. I’m not sure I could have pulled off the color anyway, so this was an easy decision to send the top back!

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Capri

Glyder Cardio Freak Crop Capri – Cost to Keep $72

This capri pant has mesh detail on the calves:

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Detail

And zippers in the front and back:

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Zip

Wantable Fitness Subscription Service Review – August 2015 Zipper

 

It’s a really well-made piece, but I have too many black leggings and capris to justify keeping this one.

Verdict: If you’re looking to get sale prices on fitness clothing – I wouldn’t recommend this subscription. I think this subscription is more for someone who is looking to discover new fitness clothing and brands, and I like that they do give you a 30% discount if you keep everything.

This month’s box was a mixed bag for me – but I really like the grey leggings and Pink Lotus tank.

What do you think of the Wantable Fitness stylist subscription service?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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4 Comments

  1. I am so glad they have a LOT of brands that are made in USA. I don’t mind more expensive, it’s just that exercise clothes are the hardest items to find that are made in America. So many good items in the 3 months I’ve been a member. Sadly due to the expense I can’t keep them all, but amazing US selections.

  2. I just tried this one; signed up and then panicked when I realized I could lose my $20 if I didnt’t like anything or it was way overpriced. But I got my box today and loved a pair of baggy black capri joggers for $40. That price was still on the high end for me even though that was their sale price for those at normally $62. But I do love them even for $40! Probably won’t take another month though…I’m far too cheap and picky! 😀

    • I’m the same way! I also prefer to try things on and hate returning things… So I’ll probably never try any type of clothing sub – although I am tempted to try Fabletics once for the first box at $25!

      I also like shopping though so not a big loss to not try these boxes.

      • I signed up got Fabletics and forgot about it. After at least a dozen 50% off emails, they finally sent me a 70% off my first outfit deal. Got a 3-piece got $17. Not sure if they still do that but it’s worth a try.

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