So I recently joined Fabletics (the Kate Hudson athletic wear line). I thought why not get reasonably priced work out clothes that look good to help motivate me to work out more. I almost ordered more Lulus, but the price of your first outfit with Fabletics was pretty hard to say no to. I ordered the outfit pictured above (and I also apologize for looking so terrible; I just finished a run).
The clothes are actually great! As advertised, they are definitely comparable to Lulus, Nike, etc. I actually think the crops I bought are better than Lulus. The fit is the same, but the fabric and quality of how they stitch it together is much better. Definitely no underwear showing when I bend over. 😉 The pants stay up when I run, and there’s a little pocket for a key and/or cash. The tank top is also nice, although nothing special. But that’s ok as long as it’s breathable.
The price is fantastic! So when you become a VIP member outfits (2-3 piece sets) start at $49.95!!! That’s pretty cheap considering it’s hard to find good work out pants for that price on its own. What’s even better is your first outfit is half off–so this outfit I’m wearing cost $29.97. Yes, $29.97!!!
The only con right now is that you have to be a VIP member to get these deals, even though it is free to be a member. Being a VIP member is basically a ponzi scheme to get you to keep buying their clothes. So yes, your first outfit is 50% off. But at the beginning of each month you have to log into your account and either buy a new outfit or say you want to skip. I really don’t know anyone who needs a new workout outfit each month. But the way they get you to stay is because you have to physically call them to unsubscribe/cancel your membership, which is super annoying because I’m sure they will try to talk you out of it. While there’s no obligation to buy an outfit each month, it’s annoying to have to go to their website to say, “No, I don’t need an outfit this month.” Admittedly, I did buy another outfit this month. But let’s say you are super busy and forget to tell them you don’t want an outfit this month. They charge you $49.95, which will be a credit toward a future outfit you want to buy–a bit annoying right?
While the quality for the price of Fabletics seems great, it’s just annoying to have to be a VIP member. We’ll see how long I continue to be a member.
And in case you are curious, I’m wearing Nike In-Season TR 4 shoes and a Nike running hat to keep the sun off my face.