I have seen ads for Fabletics brand clothes on my Facebook page for a while now. I have been drawn to the cute designs of the athletic outfits in the ads. I have also been interested to check out the site, but never took the time until today. I definitely did not realize what I was missing. Upon logging onto fabletics.com I was amazed at all of the choices that were offered on finance.yahoo.com. I am a bit of a bargain shopper, so the first outfit for 25 dollars really caught my eye. I was also excited to learn that shipping on any of my orders of at east 49 dollars would be free. I love a bargain, and this is a good deal.
I really like the Fabletics site and the deals. However, I still like to be able to try on clothes at a store to see if I like how they feel, and also to get an idea on how the brand fits. I like to be able to walk around an actual store and browse my choices. I feel like I am able to see things differently online as well as in person. This is why I was really excited to read that Fabletics has also opened 14 store locations including Las Vegas, Denver, Charlotte, and Salt Lake City just to name a few. According to racked.com Fabletics plans to open 100 store locations in the next few years. The article states that customers will be able to join in the monthly membership at the store also. I am a customer who enjoys stores that have online as well as physical store locations on consumerist.com. I enjoy seeing different options online that the store closest to me may be out of. I can also see the benefit of being able to sit on the couch after the family is settled and enjoying shopping time alone. Sometimes life is busy and I do not have the time to make it to the store before it closes.
For these reasons, I think that Fabletics is my new favorite choice for athletic clothes. They understand that versatility is important for modern customers. I really enjoy that Fabletics gives me options that I may not think of myself. I have found the site to be easy to navigate, and fun to look through. I would recommend looking into Fabletics, either at a store location or online. You can find them on Wikipedia.