Moxie Box Subscription Box Review – February 2015
Moxie Box is a new subscription box from Moxie Boutique. I first found out about it about a month ago when they offered a Living Social deal, so I decided to sign up! (FYI – Living Social deal no longer available).
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription.
The Box: Moxie Box
The Cost: $30 a month plus $2.99 shipping (less with longer subscription length plans)
The Products: “When you sign up for Moxie Box, every month you will receive different personalized gifts based off the questionnaire above you provided. Each box will be hand-selected and delivered to your door the beginning of each month. Some examples of things you will receive include: graphic tees, scarves, earrings and bracelets, necklaces, wallets, and more! You will never receive the same item twice and items will change and represent each season and the trends that are popular at the time.”
Ships to: US
Delivered via: USPS
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This box came with a card detailing the items included.
Chevron Pouch – Retail Value $15
(FYI – nothing in this box is branded, so I’m listing the retail values based on the info card they provided).
This pouch measures 5 by 6 inches. It is lined and the canvas chevron material feels substantial, but the suggested retail price still seems a little high to me.
The Love Necklace – Retail Value $22
This piece isn’t my style so it will be swapped or gifted. The quality of the “love” word feels a little lacking too.
Wayne and Bird We’re The Perfect Match Postcards (Set of $5) – Retail Value $10
(I should mention that this box arrived before Valentine’s Day, but not with enough time to send these for Valentine’s Day). These postcards are cute, but they feel a little promotional for Wayne and Bird to me. If I saw these without any context, I would assume they were free postcards promoting the launch of Wayne and Bird, not a set you buy.
Verdict: I won’t be continuing this subscription now that my Living Social discounted subscription has ended. The value isn’t there for me, and if I had spent $33 on this box I would have been disappointed. I hope I’m not being too harsh on this box – but it just isn’t something I could recommend at this point.
(This is a new subscription from a small business, so I hope that they improve over the next few months – I’d love to see them succeed!)
What do you think of Moxie Box?