YogaClub Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 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. You’ll receive products from brands like Teeki, Manduka, Cozy Orange, Onzie, Steve Madden, Splendid, and more for up to 60% off, according to YogaClub‘s site.
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!
Okay, let’s look at the three pieces I received this month. 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 I’m on the shorter side. Also, you’ll notice that everything in the box is pretty much black, white, or gray. I tend to prefer a more neutral color palette like this one, but know that YogaClub offers a ton of colorful prints and patterns. Just note what you like most in your style quiz! I set my preferences to receive adventurous colors and prints every so often, but you can also set that as your priority!
Hela Dagen Mila T-Drop Tank, Size Medium – Value $41.00 (Retail Value $59.00)
Let’s start with this top from Hela Dagen. It’s a super lightweight (I’m talking feather light) 100% polyester top with thick elastic straps that form a T-shape in the back.
I had to try this on with a sports bra I had on hand since it’s pretty translucent. I know that makes it a bit hard to discern what the real back of this tank is in the above photo. Just find the T-shaped straps! That’s it. The vertical strap has a stripe of mesh running down the middle of it, but all in all, it’s a very simple, straightforward top. This is the kind of thing I’d toss over my bra top if I’m running from the studio to the grocery store or other errands. Or, if you like to be a bit more covered up in a class or the gym, but don’t want to feel stuffed into a skin-tight tank, then this would be a great option!
While I’m not crazy about the Mediterranean-inspired mesh pattern on the racerback shoulders of this top, the rest of the piece is so comfortable that I’m more than willing to welcome this piece into my workout wardrobe! This size medium is a bit more generous than other size medium tops I’ve gotten in this box—it doesn’t seem loose enough that it’d slide around during a vinyasa, but it isn’t clinging to me, either. The fabric is soft, and best of all, there’s an elastic band and bra cups inside the tank. I love this kind of all-in-one top—it makes the process of jumping into yoga clothes post-work just a little bit faster!
MPG Jules by Julianne Hough Alchemy Hex Jacquard Tight, Size Large – Retail Value $76.00
I couldn’t find these leggings online so I went by the price listed on the tag. I’ve gotten a few pairs of Julianne Hough leggings from YogaClub, and I’m always impressed by how thick, sturdy, and edgy they are. From a functional standpoint, I love that these leggings have a really thick high waistband (it even has a little drawstring on the inside for extra security) that stays put (a.k.a. stays up) while I twist and bend. The legs are usually on the tight side—they’re not as forgiving as other thinner styles—which can seem a little stuffy at first. But once you I get into my workout, I don’t notice that anymore. This pair also looks really cool with the blue-gray hexagon print on the front side, the all-black back side, and the little ribbed details just above and below each knee.
Verdict: This YogaClub box cost about $84.00 (the cost of the box, plus U.S. shipping), and I got about $137.00 worth of value inside it. Wow! It’s obviously still a pretty pricey box, but if you’re working out frequently or if quality is a big deal to you, then it’s likely worth it. Once you start shopping these big name brands in performance workout gear, the prices get really high really fast. Just that one pair of leggings cost $76.00 normally, so I think it’s cool that I can get three pieces for approximately that same investment. And but for one or two picky things, I was pretty satisfied with how everything in this month’s box looked as well as how it all felt on my body.
What was your favorite item in this month’s YogaClub box?