Hazel Lane Subscription Box Review – June 2014
Hazel Lane is a monthly subscription that curates boxes of varying, locally-sourced products from a different city each month, with a focus on chicness as well as social responsibility. They also donate 10% to a local charity in that month’s selected city!
The Subscription Box: Hazel Lane
The Cost: Hazel lane offers a wide variety of subscription options, all available in monthly, 3-month, or 6-month subscription packages, except for the Kids option:
- the Mini City Explorer: $19.99/month
- the Classic City Explorer: $39.99/month
- the Deluxe City Explorer: $59.99/month
- the Kids City Explorer: $19.99/month
The Products: You can expect to see items such as food, drink, clothing, accessories, and hand-crafted items, all chosen with respect to the environment, chicness, and social responsibility.
Ships to: US, and Canada for an additional charge.
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This month’s box is from Portland, Oregon! Each Hazel Lane box comes with a card detailing each product inside the month’s box – I love that they make them look like boarding passes.
Pigeon Toe Spoon Rest – value: $20
I adore the simple, clean design of this spoon rest. However, I’m really glad the informational card also recommended using it as a catch-all for rings, jewelry, baubles, change, etc., because I already have a spoon rest, and this will look lovely on my vanity!
Frankie & Coco Tribal Neon Bag – value: $16
I couldn’t find this specific print in Frankie & Coco’s shop, but they have some amazing other designs in their shop, so I linked to my favorite one in their shop! I can never have too many little bags like this.
33 Bottles of Wine Pocket Notebook – value: $4
Coava Coffee Las Capucas – 3 oz, value: $4.77
Coffee will always be a win for me since I’m quite addicted, so I was very excited to see this Coava coffee in this month’s box! It smells amazing and was roasted on June 10th, so I know it is super fresh.
This pocket notebook is adorable, and just my style. Here’s what the pages look like (alongside the bottom side of the bottle opener):
The Verdict: My favorite thing about Hazel Lane is that everything they choose is so cute and quality that, if there’s ever anything I won’t use myself, I know I can gift it to a friend! The value this month totaled up to $50.77, and the box costs $39 plus $5 shipping, so I’m happy with that value. I also have to mention that their customer service is really great to work with, and always helpful.
This month, I’m probably most excited about trying the coffee! Which item do you like best from Hazel Lane’s June Portland box? Which city do you think they should feature next?