SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – May 2015
SprezzaBox is a monthly subscription box that focuses on men’s clothing accessories and helping gentlemen look dapper. Every box includes 3-4 lifestyle items and a grooming product.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: SprezzaBox
The Cost: $28/month
The Products: 3-4 men’s lifestyle items and 1 grooming product.
Ships to: US
Each SprezzaBox comes with an informational card, detailing the featured items and their values.
Unsimply Stitched Argyle Socks – value: $12
These socks have a nice thickness to them, and I like the colors. Socks are a pretty common inclusion in this sub but they’ve always been pretty nice quality, so I don’t mind.
Winners Circle Fashion Co. Pocket Square – value: $12
I love the floral pattern on this pocket square, but pocket squares just aren’t something that my husband uses on more than a rare occasion. The info card actually addresses this and encourages subscribers to play with adding a classy touch to every day wear, but my husband doesn’t wear button-downs or shirts with breast pockets every day anyway.
Stock & Barrel Co. Leather Key Chain – value: $10
eShave White Tea Shaving Cream – sample (3 ml), value: $.60
This shaving cream is free of sulfates, parabens, SLS, SLES, animal ingredients, and synthetic colors. Plus, it’s made with coconut oil to be extra moisturizing.
Weekend Casual Necktie – value: $20
I think this tie works really well for spring and summer. It’s made of linen and the colors are classy but casual.
The Verdict: The style of SprezzaBox seems to be pretty similar to Birchbox Man, in that it seems to feature more formal items for men (neckties, shoelaces, etc.). The total value adds up to $54.60, so I’m happy with that value. Since I started receiving this subscription, there’s been a tie in every box and socks almost as commonly. If you love getting new different ties and wear them often, you’d probably love this subscription.
What do you think of SprezzaBox?