Yoga Club is a subscription wardrobe service like Stitch Fix, Trunk Club or Wantable, but for workout clothing. I recently participated in a challenge on Yogadownload.com in which a Yoga Club subscription was the prize, and while I did not win, I was intrigued by the idea and thought I would give it a try.
With Yoga Club, there are three levels to choose from, Mantra, Karma and Guru, the names are a little hokey I know, but I guess they had to call them something. With the Mantra you just get a pair of leggings, the Karma is leggings and top, and the Guru gets you leggings, top and layering piece. The prices range from $45-$79, and you can choose monthly or seasonal shipments. I went with the Guru, cleverly deducing that the per item cost is around $26 which is actually quite reasonable.
If you use my referral code, which is, https://my.yogaclub.com/TaraK7 you can give Yoga Club a try and get 25% off your first box. Full disclosure, I will get “Lotus Bucks” in return, but frankly you need a ton of them to get just to get a 10% discount, so I am a bit nonplussed with their reward program. But please, get yourself that discount because 25% off is nothing to sneeze at.
First, you will take a little style quiz and yes, you do have to give them your credit card information. Shortly thereafter you will get a bright pink Yoga Club box full of goodies just for you. It’s like it’s your birthday every month. Let’s take a look at what I got in my first box.
This is the LA Soul Happy Tank and Peek A Boo Glyder leggings. I really like both these pieces. At first the leggings seemed a little stiff, but as soon as they warmed up, they fit like a glove. They are mid-rise and have a cut out detail on the back of the calves. The tank, speaks for itself, quite literally.
Next up, the layering piece, meet the Amari Revive Pullover. How did they know I hate hoods, but love these loose mock-neck sweatshirts? Well played Yoga Club. I really like the weight and finish on this top. It’s warm, but not too heavy.
Bonus, there is a kangaroo pouch to hide your secret stash, whatever your particular vice may be. No Judgment.
Since I liked all three pieces there was no need to explore the exchange feature this time. However, had there been a item I did not want, I could have gone to the website and chosen another item which they will send in the subsequent box, along with any envelope to return the unwanted piece. There is also a Facebook group where members trade and sell Yoga Club clothing.
So to recap, Yoga Club Round One was a success. I look forward to seeing what they send me next. If you want to give it a try, use the link above and treat yourself.
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