YogaClub Subscription Box Review + Coupon – August 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).
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!
Here’s this month’s outfit! Just as a heads up, I’m a 36B bra, a size medium top, and a large in bottoms (I wear about a size 10 in jeans). I’m also only 5′ 3″, so if things look longer on me, that’s why, haha!
MPG Hero Knit Newbie Tank – Value $38.00
Tanks like this get me through the summer. I love how light and breezy it is—the tunic length and trapeze-like silhouette is flattering to my pear shape and easy to wear. I’m delighted by how soft the Tencel fabric is, too! It’s wicking, but it doesn’t have that scuba-fabric feeling that many wicking products have. Instead, it feels like a thin, cool, jersey sheet, or like your favorite t-shirt.
There’s even a little reflective tab on the back to help you stay seen on the street! I could see this being my new post-yoga cover-up, or even a tank that I toss on with jeans in a pinch!
MPG Hooded Sports Bra – Value $50.00?
But Anna, what’s that on your head in that last photo? Oh, that? That’s just my new hooded sports bra, duh!
If you can’t tell by my incredulous response, I was a little confused when I saw this item in the box. What’s the reason for this product? Where will I be where I’m interested in covering my head, but not at all worried about not having a shirt on… Reading up on this piece, I discovered that the idea is that you can wear it under tanks and loop the hood up through the neckhole to give you a hood where there was no hood before. Maybe if it’s raining and I’m out for a jog, this could be helpful for keeping my hair dry, but I can’t say that’s a big concern for me.
Obviously, it’s kind of a cool idea from a purely aesthetic standpoint—if you’re going out to a festival or huge dance party, a quirky, edgy, modern piece like this would definitely stand out from the crowd. As for me, I feel like the guy from that Assassin’s Creed game wearing this hood… but more colorful.
Do know that the hood zips off the neckline of the bra, so if you want to go hoodless, you can. I will say that I was a little more aware of the remaining zipper than I wanted to be when I was laying down or on my shoulders, but for things like jogging, this could be a good bra top.
Teeki Eagle Feather Leggings – Value $72.00
I’ve long wanted to try Teeki’s leggings. I love that they’re sustainably made from recycled plastic bottles, and they have so many amazing prints and patterns to choose from. I will say that dream catchers aren’t really my thing, but the rest of the tie-dye pattern was a surprisingly fun break from my usual palette of black, gray, and white. (Don’t ask me why, but I usually prefer neutral colors unless the pattern is something brilliantly bold and playful as this—then, I’m like “more, more!”) I like that these leggings are super thin—they really go on more like tights than leggings. They’re so effortless to wear and moved with my body really well all through practice. Except, unfortunately, for the waistband.
I think because the fabric is so thin, it doesn’t stand up as well as with other higher-waisted brands. For me, a person with a rounder tummy (which in this case, was filled with an awesome pasta dinner I had with friends the night before), the waistband just didn’t want to stay up. The band kept slipping down and resting on my hips all class. The pants stayed on just fine, but my tummy was definitely out for all to see. That’s no big deal to me (apart from it being annoying), but if you’re someone who’s self-conscious about that, or want to be more conservative about how much skin you show while working out, this pair might not be for you. If you’ve got a straighter silhouette or a more narrow torso, on the other hand, these will probably fit like a breeze!
Verdict: This YogaClub box wasn’t a wow for me, but that’s not to say I won’t put these items to work in my wardrobe! I loved aspects of each of these items, though functionally, I feel like they were a bit of a miss for me (except for the tank, which is simple and perfect). The cost of the box is about $84.00 (the cost of the box, plus U.S. shipping), which means I’m getting a great deal (the leggings alone were worth almost that entire amount!). Even though this box didn’t wow me, I’m usually really happy with what YogaClub comes up with. I can’t wait to see what’s included next month!
What was your favorite item in this month’s YogaClub box?