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Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review – October 2013

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Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review - October 2013

The Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box is quickly becoming one of my favorite fancy box subscriptions – lately her boxes have been filled with little gifts I would love to try but normally wouldn’t buy myself.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review - October 2013

The Subscription Box: Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box

The Cost: $39 plus shipping

COUPON: Use coupon code FOLLOWUP10 to save 10% off your first box!

The Products: $80+ of products selected by Jennifer Love Hewitt!

Ships to: Everywhere! (Shipping costs determined by country)

Check out all my Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box reviews and the Women’s Subscription Box List!

Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review - October 2013

Each box comes with cards detailing the items included and why Jennifer selected them.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review - October 2013

Gama Go Cool Pop Spatula – Value $12

One Sweet Cookie – Value $30

This cookie recipe book is beautiful, and it has recipes from some of New York’s best chefs. I rarely bake, so I think I’m going to gift this book!

Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review - October 2013

Archipelago Botanicals Soy Creme Milk – Value $18

The outer packaging of this hand creme got a little damaged in shipping, but the tube is fine so no complaints here! This hand creme has an amazing scent, and I love that it’s paraben-free!

Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review - October 2013

Steep Up To The Plate Teabag Rest – Value $10

I think this is my favorite item in the box! It’s so cute, and I have just switched from coffee to tea, so I will use this everyday!

Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box Review - October 2013

French Macaron Trinket Box – Value $14

I’ve never used a trinket box before, but this one is so cute, I may need to start storing my rings in it!

Verdict: I paid $39 plus $7.95 shipping for the October Jennifer Love Hewitt Fancy Box, and received $84 worth of products (original retail value). I think this month’s box is especially feminine and cute, and I love it!

What do you think of the October box?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

10 Comments

  1. adorable!

  2. The macaroon trinket box is SO adorable!

  3. Aw! This box is great! I’ve always been undecided between this box or the Coco Rocha box — I ended up going for the Coco Rocha, but this box (and the spoilers I’ve been seeing for the Coco one) have made me sad I didn’t get the JLH one this month instead! =/

  4. Wow! Very cute box, I love everything in it. I just cancelled my Coco Rocha Fancy Box a few days ago. This month was a total bust for me. I wish I had gotten this one instead!

  5. love that tea plate! such a cute box this month!

  6. What a great box! Some of the cutest stuff ever.

  7. I’ve been following your blog for a while and I love it, however your evaluation on the fancy boxes are way off. I didnt a quick search of the October products and I can get everything on Amazon/Urban Outfitters for $63.96 including tax&shipping.

    • Good point – I updated the review to include that my value tally is based on original retail price!

    • Fancy box actually has a website for the prices on the cards of the products. So I’m guessing that’s where the prices are coming from.

      • yea the prices are usually MSRP prices.. sometimes when you look on amazon or urban they are discounted heavily because they are trying to liquidate bulk inventory…

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