December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit Review

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Wantable Fitness Edit
Cost: $20 Styling Fee + Cost of Item(s) Kept.
Ships To: United States (Free).
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December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit

Wantable Fitness Edit is Wantable’s newest subscription service. I have been wanting to try them since they launched and figured it was finally time! Each month your fitness editor will hand select 5 fitness pieces which you can try on at home before you buy. Item prices are based on your personal preferences but usually range from $20-$60 each. There is a $20 styling fee and you can keep the pieces you like (the $20 styling fee will be deducted from the cost of the items you keep) and return the ones you don’t. You are only charged for the items you keep and if you end up keeping everything you get a 30% discount on all the items!

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
The Box

Wantable Fitness Edit ships via USPS and took under a week to arrive. It arrived in a big glossy black box and I couldn’t wait to crack it open.

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
First Look
December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
Second First Look

Everything arrived very neatly packaged and in perfect condition.  I was excited as soon as I unwrapped the tissue paper because I was already in love with the first item in the box!

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit

Just like with the other Wantable boxes, you can customize you preferences for the Fitness Edit through their detailed quiz. You’ll get more of the items you Love, some of the items you Like and you’ll never get any of the items you Dislike.

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
The Information Card

Here is what I received in my first Wantable Fitness Edit:

~Challenge Legging (Bright) ($69): In theory I really like these pants, but it reality and on me? No. I can’t pinpoint one main thing that I don’t like. It’s just a little bit of everything. The fit, the side stripe, etc.

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
Challenge Legging (Bright)

~JK Cowl Neck ($99): I love this. I want it in every single color and two in black. It’s this amazing soft, yet stretchy and almost shimmery fabric. And it’s the most comfortable thing ever. Love. Love. Love. Verdict: Keep.

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
JK Cowl Neck

~On the Go Legging ($69): I like these a lot, but I don’t know if I want to keep them. I really like the material, the fit, pretty much everything. But do I need them? Hmm. Probably not. But do I like them? Yes! Verdict: Undecided.

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
On the Go Legging

~Body Language Sportswear V-Scrunch Capri ($76): Super cute, but I don’t really want to pay $76 for capris right now. Plus they run small, so they don’t even fit. Verdict: Return.

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
Body Language Sportswear V-Scrunch Capri

~Cecilia Hoodie ($72): I love this too. I have a few similar hoodies like this that I wear around the house and they are so raggy and old, but I love them. This is so similar though that I am willing to throw one way and put this in it’s place. Verdict: Keep.

December 2014 Wantable Fitness Edit
Cecilia Hoodie

All totaled my pieces had a value of $385.  Had I kept them all it would have cost me $249.50 ($385 – $20 styling fee – $115.50 keep all 30% discount).  I think the next time I get the Wantable Fitness Edit I will adjust the my preferences so I can get some not so expensive pieces!  I did LOVE the two tops that were included though and will for sure be keeping hoodies / jackets as a “love”!

Do you subscribe to Wantable?  If so, what’d you get in your box (fitness, makeup or accessories or intimates) this month? And if you don’t subscribe, what are you waiting for?

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Krista

    Wow this box is so affordable. Lol I’m sorry hit this seems ridiculous to me!! The whole point of subscription boxes is to get a lot of stuff below retail and try new things. I can literally get every single thing at Marshalls or TJ Maxx. Maybe not the same exact brands hut yeah. This seems a tad ridiculous to me. 🙁

    1. Jennifer

      Yeah, this is more Stitch Fix like. Not a “savings”, but a convenience!

  2. Carrie Rae

    This is exactly like stitch fix….I hate their selections. I run a fitness apparel blog and these selections stink the big one. I’m used to paying those prices points for fitness apparel, but the selections are so blah. Like another reader said, it looks like they could have gotten these at Marshall’s or TJ Max. I’m not a fan and would never pay for the service. They need better “shoppers.”

  3. PA Anna

    It’s popular in my area to wear your exercise clothes while running errands. It’s not a trend I am into but I can see these pieces working for that.

    I received my Wantable Intimate Collection today. I’m very happy. I received a Rene Rolfe Chemise which is pretty, a Noveau red loungewear set that has a long sleeve top and shorts, and a Nomad red chevron microfleece pants. It all looks great. The pants may be too long so I am going to see what my inseam is and add/correct that to the profile. I am still going to keep the box because the chemise and the loungewear set are perfect.

  4. Sher

    I for one am living vicariously through you for this subscription 😉

  5. Melissa

    This is like StitchFix but I don’t see how anyone could keep up this subscription very long. Unless you work in fitness how many exercise outfits does any one person need??

  6. Lisa Shapiro

    Have you adjusted your preferences yet? I can’t figure out how to. Knowing me, it’s probably right in front of my face and I don’t see it lol!!

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