Fabletics is a personalized athletic clothing subscription service starting at $49.95 per outfit. You can get your first outfit for $25 by clicking here. Fabletics was co-founded by Kate Hudson. On the first of every month, they release that month’s outfit collection. You have until the fifth to choose an outfit or skip the month. If you don’t choose, they will charge you $49.95. You can cancel anytime by calling 1(844)FABLETICS in the US. A VIP membership gives you 50% off in their shop, free shipping on orders over $49.95, and free exchanges in the contiguous 48 US states. They also have a rewards program that gives you 2 points per dollar (their cheapest item in the store purchasable with points is 300 points). You can also review the items in your box and earn 20 points per item.
They have a sale right now for new members (using a browser that doesn’t have any history on their site) to get two leggings for $24.
This month I chose the LIONEL outfit ($129.90 regular, $59.95 VIP). They also gave all the VIP members $10 to spend on their January outfits. I also redeemed some points for the Mosa maxi dress.
Lisette High-Waisted Legging ($84.95 regular, $54.95 VIP) – High-waisted pants are my life! I really love the floral patterns featured this month and this legging is super soft and comfortable as well. The added features such as sweat-wicking, UPF 50+ plus the mesh-lined waistband for extra support and streamlining, and the waistband pocket make this one even better!
We’re only going up from here. Welcome our first-ever high-waisted legging to the game. It features all of the performance elements (sweat-wicking & UPF 50+) that you love, along with a power mesh-lined waistband for extra support and streamlining.
Styling: Internal Waistband Pocket (for Card or Money), High-Rise Waistband with Power Mesh Lining for Extra Compression and Slimming Effect, Compression Fabric
Malina Midi Sports Bra ($44.95 regular, $34.95 VIP) – I don’t usually wear sports bras for workouts and I’m always in fear that the “cupped” ones won’t fit well, but I really LOVE this one! I love the print, the midi-length and the mesh paneling. The cups don’t fit perfectly, but they are not bad at all plus they’re removable.
Our medium-impact, midi-length bra packs on the performance with sweat-fighting fibers, all-way stretch fabric and power mesh inserts for extra circulation and support.
Removable Cups: Y
Styling: Removable Cups, All-Way Stretch, Semi-Sheer, Power Mesh Paneling, Moisture-Wicking
Mosa Maxi Dress ($89.95 regular, $59.95 VIP or 2000 points) – I redeemed this one using points. The “well-known” truth is I love dresses, and sport maxi dress? Hell yes! The material is very soft and stretchy. I like the contrast mesh racerback too. It comes in black and blue colors. I wish they had some warm colors (they were out of the pink), but I like this royal blue one.
Give your classic maxi a mesh makeover with this breathe-easy style. Enjoy moisture-wicking and all-way stretch fabric for a movement-filled summer.
Built-In Bra: N
Styling: Maxi Length, All-Way Stretch, Contrast Mesh Racerback, Moisture-Wicking
They also included these coupons for wine and snacks. I’m not planning to use the codes, so feel free to take them if you’re interested.
Overall, I’m finally happy with Fabletics’ outfit collection this month. I have been shopping their sales and holiday discount sections and skipping my monthly outfits for the past a few months. I feel like they had been trying really hard to expand their collection to swimming suits, dresses, plus sizes and bags a lot (which is great), but their past few months’ outfits just felt flat to me. I’m glad to see they’re back this month!
If you’re interested in Fabletics, you can get your first outfit for half off by clicking here. Note that you will be enrolled in a subscription program when you do sign up so cancel if you only want the one outfit.
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Least favorite things: Boxes that lie about being completely customizable, food items in boxes that aren't food subscriptions