Hazel Lane Deluxe City Subscription Box Review – Sept 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!
Hazel Lane sent us this box for review purposes. (This is the Deluxe City box for ladies. They also have a gents option). (Check out the review process postto learn more about how we review boxes).
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 Classic City Explorer: $46.99/month
- the Deluxe City Explorer: $69.99/month
- the Uber Deluxe City Explorer: $114.99/month
- the G5 City Explorer: $179.99/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 the destination is Charleston, South Carolina. Each box comes with a “boarding ticket” detailing the items included.
Vintage Affair Studio Pineapple Pillow Case – Value $25
This pillow case was designed by Hazel Lane just for subscribers!
Charleston Engravers Tinis and Thyme Cutting Board – Value $15
This is another exclusive item made just for Hazel Lane subscribers. I love it so much for our bar – but it also would make a great gift. I’m torn!
Wild Flour Pastry Granola – Value $6
This granola didn’t come with ingredients, so I’m going to share it, but at least I get to enjoy the teal~
Sangria Bracelet – Value $10
This is a pretty simple bracelet, but I think the blue tassel keeps it interesting – it’s an elastic band bracelet so it fits perfectly. I think this is one of my favorite items in the box!
Oyster Salt and Sugar Cellars – Value $12
Dodeline Gold Foil Card – Value $5
These salt and sugar cellars are gold painted oyster shells. It’s not a useful product for me, but I appreciate the creative design.
Verdict: The value of this box comes out to $73 – a little over the $69.99 a month cost. Based on my experience with this subscription, I think Hazel Lane is much more about the curation that getting a high value box. If you want to get a very unique assortment of items from different US cities each month, I think it’s a great box. Without a doubt, you can tell a lot of thought went into the box each month.
What do you think of the September Hazel Lane Deluxe Box?