Cost: $39 per month.
Good for: Present and future yoga enthusiasts.
Why it’s worth it: If you’re a yogi who appreciates a good head-to-toe ensemble, look into starting an activewear subscription with Yoga Club. Like most subscription boxes, the sign-up process begins with a short style quiz that helps create a taste profile that can inform future apparel recommendations. Yoga Club offers three different subscription options: The Mantra (which includes one pair of leggings), The Karma (which includes a two-piece outfit), or The Guru (which includes three pieces; usually a pair of leggings and two tops). YogaClub works with stylish clothing brands like Beyond Yoga, Splendid, Free People, and more, so you’ll likely find pieces you love.
Cost: $79 for a monthly subscription, or $89 every three months.
6. Dia & Co
Good for: Curvy women.
Why it’s worth it: Dia & Co. was founded in 2015 so curvy women, sizes 12 through 36, could find classic, nonfrumpy pieces to round out their wardrobe. The retailer offers an Active Box subscription for fitness and activewear in addition to a curated Style Box, just in case you’re looking for new everyday pieces to wear. After filling out a quiz, a Dia & Co. stylist pulls together an assortment for you to try at home for up to five days. You get to keep everything you want, and send back anything you don’t. Bonus: If you’re not sure whether you’re ready to commit to a monthly plan, Dia & Co. offers the option to request boxes on demand.
Cost: $20 service/styling fee per month, plus the cost of whatever you choose to keep (if you choose to keep everything, you get a 25% markdown).
Good for: People who live for modern workout gear.
Why it’s worth it: You may have already heard of popular apparel brand Fabletics, started by actor Kate Hudson, which is known for its stylish clothes and high-profile celebrity collaborations (it’s worked with Kelly Rowland and Demi Lovato in the past). The brand launches new monthly collections of bold color-blocked and patterned sports bras, leggings, and more for VIP members to shop from, with sizes ranging from XS to 4X. Based on a flexible VIP membership model, you can pay a flat fee every month to get an outfit of your choosing, plus discounts on all purchases (with the option to skip a month whenever you want to). If you aren’t completely satisfied with the new pieces you receive, you can return or exchange them within 45 days of shipment.
Cost: $50 per month.
Good for: Outdoorsy types.
Why it’s worth it: Anyone who’s a hiking or camping enthusiast will appreciate this adventurous subscription box that comes stocked with apparel, snacks, gear, and more from popular brands like Clif, Black Diamond, and Hydro Flask. Complete a profile on your outdoor activity preferences, and Cairn will curate a selection of outdoor-focused items that arrive on a monthly or quarterly basis.
Cost: $35 for a monthly subscription, $384 for an annual subscription, or $240 for a quarterly subscription to Cairn’s premium Obsidian box.
9. Barbella Box
Good for: The gym regular who craves variety.
Why it’s worth it: Made by women for women, the Barbella Box provides subscribers with new activewear and assorted fitness accoutrements (think snacks, drinkware, and workout equipment) on a monthly basis. Plus, members gain access to Barbella’s private family Facebook group, in which you can swap workout tips with fellow community members.
Cost: $45 per month for an annual plan, $47 per month for a quarterly plan, and $50 per month for a monthly plan.
10. Glyder Box
Good for: Anyone who likes their activewear with a technical edge.
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