YogaClub Subscription Box Review + Coupon – December 2017
When you sign up, you’ll enter 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-$79 per month. This is a review of the Guru Box (3 items for $79 per month).
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
About the YogaClub Fitness Clothing Subscription
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). Cancel anytime. Exchanges are easy, and you can always change your preferences via your online account.
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.
Good to Know: For every box purchased, YogaClub provides a yoga class for a child in need!
Ships to: US and Canada. Shipping is $4.95 for all USA orders and $9.95 for Alaska, Hawaii and Canada orders.
YogaClub Guru Subscription December 2017 Review
It looks like this subscription changed up their usual info card for this month so that they could let you know about their gift options. If you know a yoga lover or other fitness fanatic, this box could make a great gift!
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.
Free People Bralette, Size Medium – Estimated Value $38.00
I couldn’t find this exact bra online, so I found what I think is the same style in different color and listed that price above. I’m really loving the color of this style! I don’t think I would’ve chosen it for myself, but I like the pale, dappled plum colors. There’s something peaceful about the color that seems just right for the restorative vibes of a warm winter yoga class. I also love how this style fits—it has an all-over stretch that gives it a barely-there, extremely effortless feeling. I can’t say it provides a ton of support, but it’s secure enough that I don’t think I’ll worry about it sliding around during an active class.
Niyama Sol Magic Hour Barefoot Legging, Size Large – Retail Value $88.00
I think this is the first style I’ve gotten from this particular brand, and I am LOVING it! This pair reminds me a lot of Teeki leggings since they’re really thin (but not weak at all) and made from recycled materials (84% RPET, 16% Spandex). But unlike Teeki leggings, which don’t get along with my rounder hips and tummy so well, these leggings felt incredibly secure and comfortable. The high waist helps, I think. But they also just feel more forgiving—where Teeki leggings like to roll down on me, these seem to stay put. I love the eco-friendly material as much as I love the gorgeous warm sunset color scheme!
MPG Valencia Cottony Fleece Signature Hoodie, Size Medium – Estimated Value $60.00 (other colors found here for $35.04)
I found this hoodie online but not in the same white color. Still, I listed that retail value above. I love layers in the winter, so I’m thrilled to have a new hoodie to sport around. This one is giving me some serious Star Wars vibes… are you feelin’ that? I think it’s the structure of this thick, cotton-poly hoodie. It’s not the coziest thing in the world, but it’s definitely comfy, especially thanks to its big hood (though it did have me feeling a bit like an astronaut…) and thumbholes. I’m a real wimp when it comes to the cold run between the car and the gym or yoga studio (I don’t like bringing my big bulky coat in and having to shove it into a cubby or locker, so I usually make a break for it in a slightly slimmer layer). This hoodie is the perfect pick for that task!
The Verdict: I really loved this installment of YogaClub! Everything fit like a dream, plus I loved discovering Niyama Sol—it’s the kind of aesthetically cute, super-functional, eco-friendly brand I’d return to in the future! Everything looks really cute together, too. I really appreciate the fact that the pieces in each box are meant to coordinate. This subscription has really helped me up my yoga outfit game—I get even more excited to hit the studio or go to the gym when I know I’ll be able to show off these neat looks.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Everyone’s box is curated to fit their specific style, needs, and size, so what I got in my box this month might be different than what you get. But that also means you might get something that you love even more! Get started here.
Coupon – Get 20% off your first box with code ANNA20
Value Breakdown: This box cost me $84.00 (the cost of the Guru box, plus US shipping), but I estimate I got $186.00 worth of product inside. If I assume that the two estimated values I listed (for the bra and the hoodie, which I could only find in different colors) are accurate despite the color differences, then the proportional cost I paid for each item is:
- Bralette: $17.16
- Leggings: $39.74
- Hoodie: $27.10
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What was your favorite item in this month’s YogaClub box?