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Fabletics Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2016

FABLETICS MARCH 2016 - BOX

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.

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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: 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!

Check out all our Fabletics Reviews and the Fitness Subscription Box list too!

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This month I decided to go with the Malva Outfit this month (regular retail: $144, Fabletcis VIP price:$69.95), which includes the Hera Tee, the Salar Legging, and the Dash Bra.

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Dash Bra – retail value:$29.95; Fabletics VIP price $19.95

I haven’t tried too many of Fabletics’s bras, but I do like this one! The only problem is that I ordered a size or two too small on accident. Even so, I could get it on and it supported me well, but the thin straps were digging into my shoudlers with the size I ordered. I think the strappy back is pretty, though!

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Hera Teeretail value: $39.95, Fabletics VIP price $24.95

This tee is a nice lounge-y top. It’s easy to wear with any bottoms and it’s comfortable.

Salar Legging retail value: $79.95; Fabletics VIP price: $49.95

I’m obsessed with these leggings and the floral pattern. I loved the daisies print that the model for this outfit was wearing but I knew I just had to get this one because I love the colors and I like how it’s a little abstract.

The Salar Legging is my favorite legging Fabletics offers. It’s supportive, thick material and you can’t see underwear (or legs) through them when they stretch on your body (at least not with the black/dark colors I’ve tried so far. I can’t 100% speak for any white/neon/light colors from personal experience myself). Plus, these come in a long option, which is what I always get.

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Here’s what the outfit looks like on me! I love it. Note: I am wearing a cami under the shirt. It’s a little see through which isn’t a bad thing if you’re comfortable with it and are wearing a cool/cute sports bra anyway! The main reason I say this is because the shirt ends where the knot is, so there’s a space that goes all the way up to the knot (check out the photo of the Fabletics Model to know what I’m talking about it that’s confusing). The cami covers that gap so I just wanted to make sure that the style of the top was clear!

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And they also threw in a Naked Wines voucher card and the usual Tide Pod sample pack.

Verdict: I just love this outfit! The quality is always great from Fabletics and I’m obsessed with the floral prints they have right now! As far as value goes, this outfit regularly retails for $144.95 and thanks to the Fabletics VIP sub I got it for just $69.95. I’m happy!

What did you get this month from Fabletics? What’s your favorite thing you’ve ever ordered?

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Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered the wonderful world of subscription boxes in 2012 and began writing for MSA in 2014. Over the years, she has found many subscriptions to love. Now a mom of three, her favorite boxes are ones that dress her kids, help her get organized, feed her family, send her snacks, and offer educational fun for her children.

Posted in Clothing & Fashion Subscription Boxes, Fabletics Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: fabletics | 13 comments

Comments (13)

  1. Yay for another real time Haley review! I hope the other reviewers take your cue…

  2. Hi! Just want to say that I love that you try things on for us. It is so hard to tell what things look like on all off us who are not yet a model! 😉

  3. I have the wrong body type (hourglass figure) for the salar leggings or capris — they always cut into me in a funny place. I really wish they’d offer more of the different styles instead of a lot of different colors/patterns in the salar fit.

  4. Okay you inspired me to sign up… I LOVE those leggings, so I got them in zebra!

  5. $100 wine voucher??? I think you might be getting preferential treatment as a blogger. I never get samples of any kind, let alone a voucher!

    • Cat – don’t think so! My subscription is under my personal email and these naked wines vouchers have popped up in other subscriptions before.

      • Sorry for jumping to conclusions, I actually did see one other person with one. I guess I’m just unlucky. 🙁

    • I get these in pretty much every Shutterfly order I ever make haha

    • I got them in like every Zulily order too. You have to spend like another $60-100 to use it I think.

    • I get those vouchers all the time- no preferential treatment. Plus you still have to spend +$160 soooo it’s not quite like a ‘free’ $100.

  6. Salar leggings are my favorite style. You look great in them. I feel guilty for saying this but I love them just for lounging. I mean they are fantastic for walking (pretty much my only real exercise) but they are so comfy for around the house. I really, really wanted the sweatshirt dress but never grabbed it. I do have a few of their hoodies and love those, too.

  7. The clothes all look very cute, but I feel like I’m the only person who doesn’t like working out in leggings.

    I wish there was more loose fitting options out there. I’ve only found 2 that work for me.

    • You’re not! 🙂 I work out by myself at home, so I always wear short shorts. If I was working out in public, I’d probably have to go for leggings though (or at least normal-length shorts LOL) even though I’m not a fan of them.

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