So I have spoken of my love for Lululemon before on my blog, but my love and wallet don't always match up. As I have begun to work out more I am in need of purchasing a few more pieces of workout clothing that can be in constant rotation. Side note/ I work out in a warehouse that doesn't have a/c or more importantly heat, so in the fall/winter it's COLD!
When we were at The Greenbrier Leah and I started chatting about workout gear and she told me about Fabletics, sometimes I question the fact that I may live under a rock. Anyway, I am sure most of you have heard about this workout clothing line, but it was all new to me and I am giving joining some serious thought.
Fabletics is a membership you pay for, basically $50 a month, and receive an entire outfit, of your choice. If you don't want an outfit that month, you can hit a cancel button before the 5th of each month. OH, and when you sign up you get 50% off of your entire purchase.
My worry is the quality, I love stylish workout gear but what I really love about Lululemon is the fabric quality.
Here are some of my favorites from Fabletics.
I love that this tank has a built in bra, it reminds me of the power Y tank from Lululemon, which is my favorite.
So I always admire the people who have these crazy patterned pants, but I've never purchased any because they're usually expensive and I have trouble justifying a lot of money for pants you can't wear day in and day out(like basic black). However, the price makes these tempting.
I love these pants and would wear them all the time, not for working out but around the house or traveling. They remind me a lot of something that would be featured in Lululemon's to & from line.
This is what I need stat! The mornings are so cold right now, which makes a warehouse with a concrete floor super cold. Thin and tight long sleeve layering pieces are key! It reminds me a lot of this basic layering piece from Lululemon.
I love this layering piece, it's seems to be soft and would be a nice pop of color in my otherwise black workout wardrobe. They make it in a pretty light grey as well.
Please let me know if y'all have tried Fabletics or know of people who have and your/their opinion on the line. I really love the idea of the line, just want to know if the fabric is substantial enough and comfortable.