That being said, sometimes finding good quality work out clothing can be expensive, and frustrating. Different sizing, fits, lengths, colours…. sometimes it gets a bit overwhelming.
I’m the type that will spend extra money on quality products. I look at it from a cost per use standpoint. If I am able to get 50 wears out of something that cost me 40$, that’s only 80 cents a wear, where as something cheap (15$) that gets me 7 wears before it’s ripped or worn out ends up costing 2.14$ a wear. Get me?
I tried lululemon – their pants don’t fit my shape properly, their hoodies are too short for my torso, and to be honest, the price tags scare me a bit.
Winners usually has a decent selection, but the quality and fit are definitely hit or miss.
I saw an ad on facebook for fabletics – and though I had signed up for justfab (the parent company that sells shoes), I had never ordered from them. I am not a huge shoe person, and the idea of getting new shoes every month threw me off.
I browsed through the fabletics site – and when I realized how many great pieces they had, I couldn’t resist.
I filled out the short questionnaire, got my picks, and placed my order.
My first purchase was at my door less than a week later.
The quality of the merchandise speaks for itself. I have ordered from fabletics.ca 5 times now, and have not regretted a single purchase.
Worth checking out for the great products, but if you aren’t paying attention and forget to hit “skip this month”, they will not refund you the money, nor can you use that money towards an “outfit” – you have to use it towards single pieces, which can get a bit pricy. Suddenly your $50 doesn’t go as far, and you end up having to shell out more money…
So to wrap it up, if you are careful, it is worthwhile, but if you are forgetful – it might be worth unsubscribing shortly after you get your first outfit.
Check out fabletics.com to see what all the hubbub is about. 🙂
Please note I have not received any compensation for this review. It is 100% my opinion and nothing else.