Fabletics had a lot of great outfits for August, and it was hard to choose which outfits to get. Since I wasn’t able to purchase the limited edition Stash graffiti print I decided to go all out with this month’s wavy print!
The first outfit I chose, the Fairfax, is for running. It includes the Wade Top and Adrian Short.
The Wade Top is comfortable, stylish, and surprising modest considering the top quarter of the front and top third of the back are mesh. It’s a nice weight and is more form fitting than the other tops I’ve purchased. I’ve worn it for running and yoga so far, and I can already tell it’s going to get a lot of wear.
The Adrian Short is great for running in the heat, but it is very short! It has a two inch inseam, so beware – I definitely won’t take these to my work gym! Although they have the same inseam length, I like these better than the Suva Run II Short. The sides of the Adrian Short aren’t sew together, so they give you more room to move in when you run. This also means the fabric doesn’t flip at the bottom, something that happens with the Suva Run II Short, which is a pet peeve of mine.
I loved the Fairfax outfit and have already added both pieces to my rotation.
My second outfit purchase was the Gennessee, purchased with yoga in mind.
The Gennessee outfit is comprised of the Kenyon Tank paired with the Salar Crop. The Kenyon Tank is the perfect tank top for yoga; it has a lightly padded built in bra, fabric made for moving, and enough length in the front and back so that it doesn’t ride up. Plus the back is has unique cutouts, but isn’t too sexy for the gym. This is a great top, whether you go with the wavy print or solid black.
The Salar Crop, unfortunately, didn’t wow me like the first half of the outfit did. The crop is a great length and is made of nice thick fabric (the same as the Salar Legging and Salar Capri). Unfortunately, there’s a major design flaw here. The seam in the front gives the appearance of semi-permanent camel toe, which is something no girl wants. I was also not a fan of how my bum looked in the Crop. Too bad, because I love the Legging and Capri.
The Gennessee oufit was a tie. The Kenyon Tank is another new favorite, but the Salar Crop had to go back.
I also purchased four additional pieces for myself: the Windhaven Pullover, the Salar Capri in wavy print, the Joliet High-Impact Sports Bra, and the Cope Sports Bra.
The Windhaven Pullover is a great, if unusual, top. It’s part sweatshirt material and part windbreaker material, which I wasn’t expecting. Here I have it paired with the Salar Capri, but I can’t wait to rock it with some dark skinny jeans when the weather gets cooler.
I’ve read a lot of rave reviews about the Salar Capri, and I get it. These pants are incredibly comfortable. I practiced yoga in them today and didn’t want to take these bad boys off. This month’s wavy print is killer, too. These are going to be go-to workout and athleisure wear for me as the weather transitions into fall.
I picked up two sports bras this month as a(n extra) treat to myself.
The Joliet High-Impact Bra is impressive. I can actually run in it without worrying about the girls! It’s a little confusing with the colored band inside the bra, but once you’ve figure it out you’re gold. I’ve seen some mixed reviews with the Joliet Bra, but I liked it enough to buy a second one in a different color.
The Cope Bra is a medium impact bra. I was actually able to do a little jog in it while wearing the Wade Top, which I mentioned was more fitted. I certainly wouldn’t run in it regularly, but ladies with smaller busts could probably get away with it. The back of this bra is a cool and strappy and definitely steals the show. I have no complaints about the Cope Bra.
Sizing note: I’m 5’5″ and 127 lbs. My stats are 35-25.5-37, and I wear a 32DD bra. I wear an XS top, S bra and S bottom in Fabletics clothing. In normal athletic clothing I wear a S top, M bra, and S bottom. I hope this can help others when figuring out Fabletics sizing, as the size chart isn’t 100% accurate.