PV Body Review

***NOTE: I just wanted to let everyone know that I am pulling out of my ambassadorship with PV.Body because I am uncomfortable with their business practices and ethics. You can read more about the situation in this post from Sarah. I want to apologize to anyone who signed up through me, had a bad experience, or is disappointed. I make sure that any company I work with is one that I believe in and sadly, this is the exception. With that said, I do have some other amazing things lined up for you guys so check back! My review regarding their service and products is an accurate reflection of my experience. ***  

A few weeks ago I was contacted by the folks at PV Body asking if I would review their service and products. I initially heard about PV Body at Fitbloggin and even won their photo contest with Megan from RunFitKin thanks to our love of handstands and epic shirts.

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After hearing about PV Body, I was immediately interested – I love workout clothes and I’m pretty particular about the quality of clothes that I buy. I put my gear through A LOT day in and day out so it has to be good quality, comfortable, hold up to a lot of chalk and barbell abuse, and of course, look good. I’m happy to say that PV Body’s products meet all of those standards.

The process was very simple: I filled out a short survey about what kind of clothes I prefer, the colors and cuts I prefer, etc. I was pleasantly surprised at the specifics of the survey since I’m pretty picky with what kind of clothes I wear for working out. After completing the survey, they sent a pretty pink package with an outfit for review.

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Bottoms: American Apparel leggings

Top: Nux racerback top

 

I was super excited about the leggings since I don’t own any full length leggings and running in crops or shorts when it’s 30-something outside isn’t the greatest. The top is a gorgeous color that I probably wouldn’t have picked out myself, but that I really like.

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I’ve worn the leggings SEVERAL times since receiving – they were perfect for an early morning Crossfit session of heavy deadlifts and running, although they are a little thin to be worn in super cold weather. The best part is that they are cute enough to be worn outside the gym - I’ve worn them with boots and a top for a casual dinner and even just to lounge around the house. The sizing was perfect, minus the fact that they come up VERY high on me – but that’s because I’m a shorter gal and all pants fit me that way.

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The top is a little tight for me but it is extremely comfortable. It is the perfect top for doing some additional work at home and makes a great base underneath long sleeve tech shirts for running or working out outdoors.

The BEST part of all this? It only costs $49/month to get a complete outfit from brands like American Apparel, Nike, Lululemon, etc. delivered to your door. Basically, it’s a killer deal – and that’s coming from someone who loathes shopping for clothes.

Overall, the service I received was great and the clothes were top notch and exactly in the styles/colors that I liked. I had such a great experience that I’m super excited to share with you guys that I am part of the PV Body ambassador program meaning that if you sign up with my link you can save 20% off of your order! Just click this link and you will get started on filling out your survey and receive some fantastic clothes.

 

Happy Friday!

*DISCLAIMER: PV Body provided me with the products for free and as an ambassador, I make a small commission off of each person that signs up using my link. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and I was not compensate for this post in any way other than free product.*