My Dia&Co active box review shows you what I got when I gave them my budget, my style and my measurements.
I’d been thinking about ordering the Dia&Co active box for a while, because my workout clothes are tired as fudge. I’ve had the same tops and bottoms for years (when I find something I like, I use that shizz until it falls apart.) I wanted to check out the Dia&Co active box because my other Dia&Co boxes were home runs. I loved just about everything in one of them and I bought EVERYTHING in the other one.
Watch the video to see what the Dia&Co active box clothes look like or scroll down to see what was included in the box I ordered. Keep in mind, the choices were based on the answers I gave them to a style quiz, including my budget and my measurements.
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Dia&Co Active Box
Marribee Quince Ruched Tee
The tee I received is lavender, not teal, but it’s just as attractive as it is in this photo. I love the side ruching because it highlights my curves. My only complaint is that the fabric is really thin so my tummy bulge is easy to spot.
Rainbeau Curves Tank Top
The tank top I received is moss green with mesh accents. The silhouette is very attractive and it was very comfortable. However, I’m that woman who can’t stand having her bra show and it’s on full display in this puppy.
Lola Getts Biscayne Performance Capri Legging
Just because something fits plus size women doesn’t mean it was made for plus size women. The fabric of these leggings was way too thin. And satiny? Yeah, that’s like putting a neon sign on every bump and bulge I’ve got. No, thanks.
Nanette Lepore Vienne Sports Bra
If a bra doesn’t have an underwire and if it isn’t made of stiff fabric, it’s not going to work on my 42H girls. I need serious architecture. Most sports bras are stretchy, which just isn’t ideal when you’re jumping around in Zumba or BodyJam. As soon as I saw this bra in the box, I was pretty sure it would be too stretchy, and it was. (Picture holding back Niagra Falls with Spandex.)
ActiveZone Hooded Jacket
This hoodie was just lovely. It was a nice, heavy weight, comfortable and very attractive. As it happens, I already have several hoodies and I just don’t need another. I liked the pink trim, too. (Mine was gray.)
Although you can shop for individual items on Dia&Co now, I couldn’t link directly to these pieces because some of them are already sold out. Their stock depends on whether or not people keep items. That means if you’re browsing and see something you want, buy it before it gets sent to someone who orders a subscription box!
Ordering a Styled Dia&Co Box
What happens when you order a Dia&Co box? Well, you answer a lot of questions on their website so their stylists know what to send you.
If it’s the first box you’ve ever ordered, they waive the $20 styling fee. If it’s not, you pay $20 when you order it.
Then, you receive the box and only pay for what you keep. If you keep everything, you get 25% off. Plus, they deduct that $20 from the total.
So, because I kept the tee, which was $39, I paid $19 for it because I already paid $20 when I ordered the box.
Thinking about ordering a Dia&Co box but you’re not sure? Check out my blog post 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Dia&Co. It answers a lot of common questions people have. Still not sure? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Instagram or Twitter or Facebook. I’m happy to help!