Other than one tank top that had a mishap, I still have all of the clothes I ordered.
What wore well: both sets of leggings. Initially I wasn’t thrilled about the fleece lined leggings (aka the Polaris Pant) but this may have been a case of online expectations versus reality. They haven’t pilled, are still super warm and I actually wear them an awful lot. The Salar compression capris are also still in surprisingly good condition after a lot of exercise.
One of the tank tops also held up well – kept shape, did not pill (Muara). Great fabric blend and a nice scoop back cut.
Both sports bras did okay, although eventually the pads warped with repeated washing and ended up tossed. I have worn both of these a ton.
What didn’t wear well: the booty shorts (Naru). I still have them and wear them to bed but they pilled like crazy and changed shape even with gentle washing cycles. The True Tank II has seen a lot of gym action but the fabric has pilled more than it maybe should have.
I’m really torn on the Pine jacket. I still wear it and it still has a great shape but it gets a lot of the insulating white material coming out of the nylon and showed wear quicker than I would have liked. If the quality of the nylon was just a tick higher this would be a long term favorite.
The water bottle was never a winner – always a bit leaky and not very cool looking. Sure, it was free (with shipping costs) but…
What basically did not get worn: the ballet top that came with the Snowmass outfit ended up being impractical to wear most of the time – the scoop was too big and it has felt like it was escaping over my shoulders. I still have it and mean to give it one more go.
FINAL VERDICT: I never went back to Fabletics but the pieces have stayed in my wardrobe – and in rotation – a respectable amount of time. Of the nine pieces I ended up with, two thirds ended up wearing well. Even the pieces that didn’t wear as well generally got a lot of use. I probably wouldn’t revisit the subscription because (a) I don’t need more active clothes right now and (b) in the future I’d probably want to look at fitting in-store rather than guessing online, but I have no real regrets about the line.