Wantable Fitness Edit April 2017 Review
I am not sure where May went, because I still haven’t blogged most of my April boxes. Oopsy. I had a fantastic vacation in LA with my boyfriend and his family, and I might have still been in vacation mode when we got back. I realized it is the last day of May and I am just posting my April Wantable Fitness Edit, but I hope it is worth it! My stylist sent me some amazing items that I think you will love.
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What is Wantable Fitness Edit?
The Fitness Edit is a personal styling service from Wantable that allows you to try designer fitness and athleisure apparel before you buy. This means you get to try on 5-7 handpicked items in the comfort of your own home before paying for them. Item prices are based on your personal preferences but usually range from $30-$70 each.
Each month you pay $20 for the styling fee and then the fee gets credited toward any items you keep. If you keep 5 or more items, you get to take an additional 20% off the total cost!
What’s In My Box This Month
This month I was styled by Kiley who included fun spring pieces for me to try out. She kept my preferences in mind when choosing the items, so lets see what I got!
Shape Active Muscle Tee – $48 [Return]
I love a good t-shirt, but muscle tees are not my thing. I received one in my last Edit and used the #impression tool at checkout to let them know it was not my style. White is not really my color and I do not wear many sleeveless shirts. Double whammy. However, I love the pattern in this shirt and the small colored detail on the back.
Mono B Multi-Blue Printed Mesh Legging – $59 [Return]
I absolutely love the pattern on these leggings and the price is right. However, there is one thing about these leggings that I just can’t do: mesh. I have a strange aversion to mesh. It weirds me out. Man, I am so picky today! But what I have found is that I don’t love everything about a piece of clothing, I don’t wear it. Ever.
Mono B Capri with Curved Mesh Leg Insert – $49 [Return]
There’s that mesh again. I have so many black leggings, that I couldn’t justify keeping these.
MPG Sport Ama Sports Bra – $60 [Return]
When it comes to sports bras, I prefer function over fashion. I am not one to show off my sports bra, so I would rather hold the girls in. The strappy look is fun, but a thicker band is better for my body type. It was very comfortable, though!
Glyder Expressive Tank Good Things – $42 [Return]
Another muscle tee? Hmm. I hope after I tell the stylists that I dislike muscles tees (for the 2nd and 3rd time), they will listen to me. I believe in the quote on the tee. Good things definitely do come to those who sweat!
I promise there is a keeper in here somewhere. Keep reading. 🙂
Shape Active Movement Tee – $54 [Return]
I have a shirt just like this and I absolutely ADORE it. I love the color, I love the fit, I love the light material. But most of all…
Whoever invented thumbholes is my hero. I returned this shirt because it was too small. This particular shirt runs small, so you will need to size up.
Alternative Apparel Slub Slouchy Pullover – $48 [KEEP]
Of course I kept the gray long-sleeved shirt that makes me look like a bum. So comfy! And lightweight, so I can wear it in spring and not be too hot.
Here is the total breakdown of cost for my April Fitness Edit:
Wow! I know that seems like a lot to spend on workout clothes. If the majority of your laundry ends up being sweaty bras and leggings, this might be something you want to invest in. Even if you only find one item you like, it is worth it. And you are welcome to skip any month without cancelling.
Try Wantable Fitness Edit now and sign up here!