YogaClub Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2018
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).
Did you know that Yoga Club has a charitable aspect to it? For every box, the company donates a yoga class to a child in need!
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 February 2018 Review
I didn’t get an info card in this box. Typically, their info cards are just talking about the subscription, rather than the items in the box, so I didn’t feel like anything was lacking.
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.
Glyder Slash Racerback Tank in Black, Size Medium – Listed Value $44.00
I found this item in different colors (not black) online for $44.00, but the tag on the black version I received lists the value as $48.00. This lightweight, super stretchy tank is made from a polyester-rayon-spandex blend that feels like jersey. I really like the cut—I think the crew neck and spacious shoulders look really flattering on my broader upper body. The back has a line of raw-edged slashes along the spine, which looks kind of cool and edgy. I love tanks that are easy to throw on before or after class or to wear on a run out around the neighborhood (which hopefully, the weather will be more agreeable about soon…). This top is perfect for that job.
TLF Apparel Ryder Legging in Sangria Space Dye, Size Large – Retail Value $84.00 (Found here for $42.00)
These leggings aren’t my favorite color (hot pink and black isn’t quite my vibe), but they’re a nice smooth legging with a good high waistline. They’re on the thinner side (they’re a poly-spandex blend, but they’re far from the thicker, almost scuba-suit vibe that some leggings have), so they’re not going to create a smooth, more hugged-in silhouette if that’s a concern. But they do feature 4-way stretch, cool, drying fabric, and something called Infini-Defense, which the tag says “minimizes bacteria and odor”.
Alternative Apparel Contender Bra in Eco Grey, Size Medium – Retail Value $42.00 (Found here for $7.00)
I’m a big fan of Alternative Apparel’s easygoing, super-comfortable fabrics and designs. This look, however, isn’t my fave. The gray section (a polyester-cotton-rayon-spandex blend) is cute in a casual, low-key way—it’s the sort of thing I’d wear to do a little at-home yoga session or a yin yoga class with a relaxed vibe—the band is designed to look like old school sporty elastic details. (I’m talking 60s/70s old school.) It’s an off-white color with a thin red line detail running around it. It feels like something that would feel at home at a scrappy boxing ring, but the style juuuust isn’t me. The Yoga Club logo on the back also seems a little too boho for such a retro look. So it’s a cute idea, but eh, not quite my fave. If it’s up your alley, though, it’s on MEGA sale on Alternative Apparel’s site (at least at the time of writing this review)!
The Verdict: This month wasn’t my favorite assortment from Yoga Club, but I appreciated the quality of the items. It’s also fun to check out new brands (I’m not super familiar with TLF) that I haven’t explored before. I can see myself using the bra and leggings, even though they weren’t my fave (some days, you just don’t wanna do laundry, y’know?), but know that there’s a whole portal on the Yoga Club site for exchanges, plus they have a community that you can join to swap items with other subscribers. In terms of value, my only concern is that the bra was on suuuch a deep sale that it makes me give a side-eye to the retail value. That said, even going by the sale values I found, the value of the box was higher than the cost I paid.
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 $83.95 (the cost of the Guru box, plus US shipping), but I estimate that the products had a retail value of $170.00. That means that proportionally, the amount I paid to get each item via this box was:
- Tank: $21.73
- Leggings: $41.48
- Bra: $20.74
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What was your favorite item in this month’s YogaClub box?