YogaClub Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2017
When you sign up, you’ll enter in your sizes and what sort of styles you like, love, and dislike. (Full-length bottoms or shorts? T-shirt style tops or bra tops? Bold patterns or solid colors?) Then, the stylists at YogaClub will select items to send straight to your door. Nab products from brands like Teeki, Manduka, Cozy Orange, Onzie, Steve Madden, Splendid, and more for up to 60% off.
There are three subscription levels to choose from, ranging from $45-$75 per month. This is a review of the Guru Box (3 items for $79 per month).
My Subscription Addiction paid for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: YogaClub
The Cost: Choose from 3 subscription levels: Chakra (2 items for $45.00 per month), Karma (2 premium items for $69.00 per month), or Guru (3 premium items for $79.00 per month).
COUPON: Use code YCFREEPOSE to get free shipping on your first box!
The Products: Quality yoga apparel from recognized brands like Teeki, Onzie, Jala, Manduka, Vestem, Free People, Nux, and more. Think leggings, outerwear, bra tops, tees, and other essentials.
Ships to: US and Canada. Shipping is $4.95 for all USA orders and $9.95 for Alaska, Hawaii and Canada orders.
Good to Know: Cancel anytime. Exchanges are easy, and you can always change your preferences via your online account.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
YogaClub has a points system that you can leverage to nab discounts on future boxes. Just keep track of your “Lotus Bucks” to save!
On the back of the card, there’s some information on the brands featured by YogaClub. These aren’t necessarily represented in this box, but it’s cool to know what might show up in future boxes. I like that a few of these brands are committed to eco-friendly designs.
I always associate the Columbia brand with winter jackets, but they have a pretty solid selection of other outdoors and activewear, too. The color of this low-support sports bra is a really pretty magenta. The fabric is some kind of polyester material that’s super thick, but soft and flexible to put on and wear. According to the tag that came with the bra, it’s built for wicking, and the seamless design is intended to eliminate chafing. There are removable cups, too, so if that extra layer (which is pretty thin, actually) isn’t your thing, you can easily slide them out.
The adjustable straps come together in the back in this cool racerback shape. I like that the straps are on the thin side—in the summer, even a non-hot-yoga studio can end up feeling like bikram, so I like that this bra provides just enough coverage, but not too much. I tend to wear a 36B in bras, and this medium was pretty comfortable. It didn’t feel like it was going to slide around, nor did it feel so tight that it was restrictive.
Lukka.Lux Cecilia Lux Muscle Top in Basalt Heather, Size M – Listed Retail Price $59.00
I’m going by the price on the tag here since this gray top wasn’t showing up anywhere online. I wonder if it’s a new or discontinued style? Either way, it feels wonderfully light and breezy to wear. It’s made from a poly-Spandex blend that makes it super flexible, soft, and stretchy.
The logo for the brand is printed up the side of the top as a shiny black graphic. I kind of feel like this is going to get me into a lot of those hey-what-does-your-shirt-say scenarios, since the logo isn’t super recognizable. But it’s a minor aesthetic detail that’s worth it for how functionally well-done the shirt is.
The back has a little zipper detail, too. I suppose I can just unzip it if I want this already really effortless top to look even more relaxed. Otherwise, I think it’s a fun, edgy addition to a relatively simple shirt. I like the idea of wearing this top on hot summer runs, walks, and hikes, as well as during or after yoga class.
Jules by Julianne Hough for MPG Alchemy Printed Tight in Pixel Black, Size L – Value $44.40
These truly are tights. They’re thick and sturdy, like typical fitness leggings, but they fit almost like scuba gear going on. They fit well enough throughout that I don’t think it’s an issue of these being too small, either. They just really do fit like a skin-tight glove.
Because of the fit, I don’t foresee these sliding down too much during my practice. But just in case, there is a slender drawstring located inside (yep, inside) the waistband that helps lock these on even tighter around my waist. I don’t know how much work that drawstring actually ends up doing (it’s pretty slender and stretchy on its own), but I will say the wide, higher-rise waistband of these tights feels really nice and secure. I wear a 10 in jeans and have substantial hips for someone my height, so I love finding leggings that make my body feel comfortable and covered.
There are lots of cool details all over this pair of leggings, too. Slender rolls of fabric dart across the knees and shins, and smooth black panels break up the dynamic pixel print. It’s great when my gear looks as cool as it feels!
Verdict: I really liked this YogaClub box! I appreciated that there was a spectrum of styles on display here, from really simple and practical (the Columbia bra) to bold and edgy (the MPG leggings). I’m also really happy with how everything fit! Finding workout clothing that’s cute but cut for someone with my shape and dimensions can be tricky. The cost of the box is $84.00 (the cost of the box, plus U.S. shipping), which is a lot for a monthly box, but I think the value is there. I got about $129.00 of really nice quality, performance-style pieces that are sure to last me through many a vinyasa. If you’re worried about budget, remember that YogaClub does have two other subscription levels to choose from, which are both a little friendlier on your wallet. I’d say it’s worth a try though because these pieces are really impressive.
What do you think about YogaClub?