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Fabletics VIP Plus Size Review + Coupon – November 2020

Nicole Rieder
ByNicole RiederJan 5, 2021 | 4 comments

3.6 overall rating
60 Ratings | 19 Reviews

Fabletics is a monthly fitness apparel subscription co-founded by Kate Hudson, which includes a plus-size line of their fashionable workout gear! You can shop their line in two different ways—either you can shop through their regular store or sign up as a VIP member. The VIP Membership works like this:

  • Take the Fabletics quiz, which will let the company know your size, style, and fitness needs.
  • Each month, Fabletics will curate looks that match your preferences. According to the website, outfits start at $24.00 for new members. (I’m not sure if “new members” refers to just your first order, though.)
  • Shop those looks at 40-50% off what you’d get just paying retail, or skip the month. You have to make your decision by the 5th of the month. If you do neither, the $49.95 monthly membership fee will be saved to your account as a credit, which you can put towards other outfits later.
  • As you shop, you’ll also earn points that can be applied to accessories and other cool fitness essentials.

Unlike a lot of other subscription boxes, you are not automatically sent a package each month. You have to go into your account and either decide to add items to your cart or skip it. Subscriptions can be canceled at any time, though you do have to call Fabletics customer service to do so.

FYI, COVID-19 Update: 

Ready, Set, Ship: Our shipping times are now 100% back to normal & select retail stores have reopened, but health & safety is still our top priority. Read more here.

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About Fabletics

The Subscription Box: Fabletics VIP Membership

The Cost: $49.95 a month, which goes towards the cost of the outfits curated for you. Outfit cost varies, but you’ll only be charged for what you choose to actually buy. If you want, you can choose to skip the month, and you won’t be charged. If you don’t spend your $49.95 or choose to skip, Fabletics will charge you the $49.95 and save it as store credit for you to use later.

The Products: High-quality, on-trend athletic clothing curated to fit your size, style, and needs. Think leggings, tops, shorts, and outerwear for yoga, running, and all kinds of other activities.

Ships to: The contiguous United States for free when you spend $49.95 or more. $4.95 flat rate shipping if you spend less than that threshold. $9.00 to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and APO addresses. $5.95 VIP rate to Australia, or $9.95 otherwise.

Fabletics Plus Size November 2020 Review


The first coupon I received was a $90 gift card from HelloFresh meal kit service! This is a fantastic option to use during quarantine to avoid hitting up the market. Check out our in-depth reviews for HelloFresh here!


I also received a sample of Bigelow Botanicals tea! Strawberry Lemon Orange Blossom sounds so heavenly – like summer in a glass! The back also includes a .55¢ coupon off a box – I might have to try that watermelon cucumber mint as well! Yum! Ok, on to this month's items...


Oasis Twist-Front Sports Bra (Oasis Outfit Set), Size 3x — Retail Value $49.95, VIP Price $39.95 (VIP Outfit Bundle Rate $124.90, VIP Price $59.95)

Generally, I am not a fan of tie-dye or acid-washed prints – but I fell in love with this set! I wanted it so badly that I put myself on the waitlist and then ordered it, not realizing I ordered it twice. Thank goodness Fabletics customer support was so helpful in issuing me a return label – it was pretty effortless!

Let's get back to me fangirling over this sports bra, though, shall we? The twist front style has easily become my second favorite sports bra next to my go-to: the High Impact style. I actually reviewed the black version of this bra back in August. Since then, the bra has become one I love to wear not only when I am active, but on an everyday basis. TMI, but working from home for both jobs, I rarely wear bras. 2020: the Lost Bra year. I want to eventually get this bra in every color so I can wear them on the regular.


In the spirit of this topsy turvy year, I decided to take a chance on this print – no regrets. I love the variations of blues and whites in this set; I feel like I am a walking cloud! Most importantly though, I feel well supported and comfortable in this bra. It truly feels like I am being gently hugged! I love the cutout and twist detail on this sports bra too. I just could gush on and on about how much I love this bra, as you can see! I also like that I could easily wear this with black leggings and an off-the-shoulder sweatshirt to go to the grocery store as well! We STAN a versatile piece, right?


Oasis High-Waisted Twist 7/8 Legging  (Oasis Outfit Set), Size 3x — Retail Value $74.95, VIP Price $59.95 (VIP Outfit Bundle Rate $124.90, VIP Price $59.95)

If you thought I was smitten with the sports bra, well I am equally keen on the matching leggings!


These leggings are buttery soft, but with ample stretch. They are so incredibly comfortable and I feel well held in by the true high waisted style. Plus, how cute is that twist detail on the calf? It is such an adorable peek-a-boo detail that really makes these leggings stand out. I would feel as confident working out in these at the gym (let's face it, in my bedroom since I am quarantining) or out on an essentials run for groceries!

Verdict: Holy smokes, Fabletics nailed it once again with this affordable, yet high-quality activewear ensemble! I am surprised by how much I love this style – I want this outfit in every color available. I am not exaggerating! I can't get over how comfortable and how well made this set is. Not only am I consistently impressed by the quality of their pieces, but Fabletics often holds a variety of sales throughout the year (especially during holidays) and offers exclusive promos to their members. They have different levels for VIP as well that offer exclusive outfits and items, too. I am always the first to tell my friends to sign up with Fabletics – you just can't beat the quality for the price!

This set, unlike the gorgeous set I reviewed last month, does go up to a 4x. My one single frustration with Fabletics is that, while they have expanded their size range to go up to a 4x, it's not reflective in all areas of the site. I truly hope they work to normalize bigger bodies by offering the full range of their pieces in sizes 5x & 6x down the line. Us bodacious babes love a fantastic activewear set too!

I am not sure how anything can top this November set, but I am excited to see the December selections, aren't you?

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Unfortunately, this set is sold out! However, the bra and leggings come in a variety of different colors on the site! Sign up here to nab this and other plus-size workout gear from Fabletics.

Value Breakdown: The Oasis Outfit retails for $124.90 with a VIP bundle rate of $59.95.  That means I saved a grand total of $64.95 which is roughly a 55% savings! What a phenomenal value!

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Fabletics, founded in part by actress Kate Hudson, is a global active-lifestyle brand designed with every body type in mind. Fabletics fuses fashion forward designs with high-performance technology and fabrics, evolving activewear from beyond the gym and into every walk of life.

Nicole Rieder
Nicole Rieder
Nicole has been a subscription box enthusiast since she began reviewing for MSA in 2017. She loves writing plus size clothing box reviews because she is all about body positivity/neutrality and feels fun and exciting clothing should be accessible for everyone! Nicole not only has a passion for fashion, but all things vintage from the 60s and 70s and her idol, John Waters.

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diversity and inclusivity can be tricky. I think companies are afraid of coming out with a lot of stock for plus sized because they are afraid that people won’t buy them. They would seem inclusive but actually be losing money which kinda defeats the aim of setting up a company. If ya want more clothes in sizes they dont own then its a good idea to get a petition going so that the company can actually see that demand is there.

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great point!

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Joy-Not the Other One

Ami, I mean no offense whatsoever but I am utterly confused by your comment and would love some clarification if you wouldn’t mind. I’m not sure what you mean when you say a company might be afraid that plus size stock won’t actually sell? Is there something I’m not understanding? I promise I’m not trying to be rude here, I’m just genuinely confused as to why that would be the case? Are you saying that there is a company operating in 2021 that believes that there is a population of people who don’t buy clothes because of their size? Please correct me if I’m misunderstanding but are you suggesting that people who are wearing these sizes need to start petitions to make a company aware that they do in fact buy clothing for themselves? I’m just not following what you are saying.

There is a already a ton of data and reports and statistics and studies and buying trends out there (along with successful companies like Dia and Torrid) that have shown for years that there is a HUGE demand for stylish plus size clothing. I don’t think the issue here is that a company is worried inclusive sizes won’t sell so I feel like maybe I’m misunderstanding your comment?

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That’s a cute set. I feel like Fabletics is always sold out in my size or…fun fact I discovered recently…they don’t even make many tops in my size 😒

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