Wantable Fitness Subscription Box Review – May 2018
The fee for this service is $20 a month, and that fee goes toward whichever items you choose to keep. If you keep 3 or 4 items you also get a 20% discount, and if you keep all 5 items you get a 30% discount.
About Wantable Fitness
The Subscription Box: Wantable Fitness
The Cost: You’ll pay a $20.oo non-refundable styling fee to start. You only pay for what pieces you decide to keep, and the $20 styling fee goes towards the cost of what you purchase!
The Products: 5 pieces of workout or athleisure clothing curated to match the preferences you set when you sign up. Keep 3 or more pieces to save 20%. Keep all 5, and save 30%!
Ships to: Ships free to the U.S. (Currently ships to the U.S. only.)
Wantable Fitness May 2018 Review
In the box, I got a slip about how the subscription works.
Here’s the info booklet, along with the product list.
In the style quiz I took when signing up, I noted the types of things I like, love, and dislike wearing, as well as the price range I’d be most comfortable spending on different pieces (like tops, bottoms, and tertiary styles like jackets, etc.). To get a feeling for the prices and quality I should expect with this subscription, I picked the mid-range price bracket. It looks like the items I got in this box run from $48.00-$80.00.
Wear It to Heart Reversible Legging in Black/Guerilla Purple, Size Large – Cost to Keep $80.00
These leggings have this lilac-gray pattern on the one side and are solid black on the inside. You can wear whichever side you like better on the outside. There’s also a pocket in the waistband that works whichever way you wear ’em. They’re made of a smooth 90% polyester and 10% spandex. I found the fit a little tight, but the pattern is pretty cool. They’re not on Wear It to Heart’s site right now—I wonder if they’re a new item or something that’s no longer widely available.
Mono B Perforated Legging, Size Large – Cost to Keep $59.00
These 77% nylon, 23% spandex leggings are made from a sleek, thinner fabric that fits close and comfortably. The perforated details reveal white panels behind them. I like the high-waisted fit, though I found that the perforated panels pinched in a little bit at the edges, which made the silhouette less smooth than I’d like. Mono B items are always hard to find reliable prices for online, so I just listed the Wantable cost above.
Mono B French Terry Sweatpants in Blue, Size Large – Cost to Keep $48.00
These pants couldn’t be comfier! The fabric is 50% cotton, 3o% rayon, and 20% polyester. They’re just a regular knit jogger with zippered pockets and a nice wide waistband with a drawstring. I love the marine color. They may not be the most flattering, chic pants ever, but I would totally wear these with a t-shirt and a cool pair of sneakers out to brunch as well as between home and the gym!
Shape Active Street Fleece Bomber in Gray Heather/Black, Size Medium – Retail Value $78.00, Cost to Keep $78.00
This jacket was my favorite piece in this box. It’s cozy, but not so warm that it’s too stuffy for spring. (The shell is 47% modal, 46% polyester, and 7% spandex.) The style is really crisp and trendy. I like the black netted details around the hem, collar, shoulders, and cuffs. It’s another look that I could wear beyond the gym.
Onzie Mudra Bra in Hot Coral, Size Medium/Large – Retail Value $48.00, Cost to Keep $48.00
I don’t love pure red clothing, but weirdly, I find this red-orange color really fun and flattering. This bra is 82% nylon and 18% spandex and has a soft, smooth finish. I like how simple it is. It fits nicely, too—the medium/large sizing suits my broad back well.
Good HYOUman Grace Sports Bra in Black and White “Calm”, Size Medium – Cost to Keep $52.00
I couldn’t find this exact look online, but a bra with a similar cut is priced the same way as this one. I love me some black and white, and the knit feel of this 89% polyester and 11% spandex fabric is cozy and comfy. I could see wearing this for a low-key yin yoga class, where you want to be more peaceful and relaxed. The “calm” message across the front of it would suit that scenario well, too!
Onzie Mesh Long Sleeve Hoodie, Size Small/Medium – Retail Value $65.00, Cost to Keep $65.00
Usually, a size small anything would make me nervous, but this oversized small/medium top fits perfectly. It’s super breathable thanks to the mesh shoulders. The fabric is 62% polyester, 33% rayon, and 5% spandex—it’s lightweight, stretchy, and soft. It’d be great for a chilly early spring morning walk/jog.
The Verdict: I liked the variety and fit of the items in this month’s box. I’m always excited by pieces that work at the gym, but also as athleisure to wear to casual weekend get-togethers and out to errands. It was a good box for the weather lately, too—we’ve been having a lot of warm days that fade into chilly evenings, so looks I can layer are much appreciated. The only thing I’ve been noticing is that the retail price for a lot of these individual items is the same as the Wantable price, meaning the only way I’d save is by keeping enough to reach the 20% discount threshold.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Wantable curates its boxes based on each individual’s preferences as well as what’s available. What you get might not be the same as what I got, but you also might get something that fits your style and body even better than the looks above! Sign up and see what they choose for you!
Value Breakdown: This box cost $20.00 with free shipping. The total retail value of the items inside was $430. If I keep 5 or more items, I’ll get 20% off of that amount. Oh, and remember that my $20.00 styling fee goes towards whatever I buy. In short, if I kept everything, I would spend $324.
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What do you think of the Wantable Fitness styling subscription service?