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SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2015

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SprezzaBox is a fashionable accessory subscription service for men. Each month they provide curated lifestyle and grooming products to help gentlemen appear more “\spret-sa \” (dapper or stylish without effort).

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The Subscription Box: SprezzaBox

The Cost: $28/month (save more with 3, 6 and 12 month subscriptions)

COUPON: Use code SPREZZA5 to save $5 off your first month!

The Products: 4-5 lifestyle items and 1 grooming product.

Ships to: US (shipping included) and Canada (+$6 shipping; customs may apply) Please see their Shipping Info page for further details on worldwide orders.

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Each SprezzaBox comes with a product card, detailing the featured items and their values. This month’s box is called the Bleecker Box.  It comes in two colors: maroon and blue.  This review is for the maroon box.  SideNote:  It appears all the boxes have been named after streets in Manhattan, NY.  Random fact: I’ve been to NYC countless times and have never seen a play.  I know, very random and very shameful!

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Also included this month is a coupon card from Blade and Skillet.  It’s a cooking website for busy professionals which is probably perfect for a lot of SprezzaBox customers. All of their videos are around 3 minutes long or less!!  This one made me hungry.  You can use the coupon code: SprezzaBox for a free 3-month membership.

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Bedford & Broome Limited Edition Socks – Value: $12.00

SprezzaBox sends some awesome socks.  In fact, I think John looks forward to finding a new pair every month.  This month again, the socks leave a lasting impression.

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Sprezza Necktie – Value: $30.00

I’m digging the tie colors this month.  It reminds me of a deeper version of marsala.  I find it timeless and perfect for transitioning into Fall.  Enough about me, John wore it the next work day with the socks!

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Dappered Man Specialty Lapel Flower – Value: $15.00

How pretty!!  John didn’t have anything like this in his collection.  He’s happy to have it.

I was surprised by how weighted this lapel was.  It looks so petite, you wouldn’t think the metal backing is as heavy as it is.

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Brickell Men’s Products Lip Balm – Value: $7.50

This lip balm smells and tastes like Double Mint gum.  It leaves your lips tingling with peppermint for a few minutes after application and it has SPF 15.  SprezzaBox really knows how to pick products for the changing seasons.

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Sprezza Pocket Square – Value: $16.00

John really liked the pocket square this month.  It paired well with the socks and tie.  I personally like the hem but I didn’t care for the SprezzaBox tag.  It’s not stitched very well and looks like it would detach after the first wash.

Verdict:  Excluding the coupon code, this month’s box had an estimated value of $80.50.  Every month we continue to see brands we’ve never seen before and this month, I enjoyed learning more about the online cooking videos.  With or without the coupon, the value of products received was worth more than the price of the box.

What did you think of SprezzaBox this month?

Written by Celicia Gantz

Celicia Gantz

Celicia was introduced to both The Honest Company and CurlKit in March 2013 and has been addicted to subscription boxes ever since. Always on the hunt for the undiscovered family staple, she loves trying new skincare, natural hair care, makeup, and finding delicious snacks with hidden veggies for her kids (and Hubby too). Favorite finds: Body Oil, Stuffed Animals, Books, non-GMO Tortilla Chips and Perfume Samples.
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8 Comments

  1. The tag is supposed to be removed.

  2. I just subscribed to this box for my husband, and I plan on keeping the sub for a while, since he always needs ties and socks. He is definitely not into pocket squares, though, so I am going to end up with a collection of unused ones. Does anyone have any ideas for what to do with a bunch of pocket squares other than wearing them?

    • Quilted blankets?

  3. When tags are sewn on with just a few stitches it’s so they are easy to remove. The tag is not meant to stay on the pocket square.

  4. Its nice to see a man box that isnt a huge cliche, with hot sauces and grill tools and manwhore scented man perfume. That lil lapel pin is adorable, and def not something u normally see in a man box.

  5. I clicked on this thinking it was going to be some kind of box relating to Italy.

  6. Wow, great items! Those seem like perfect fall colors.

    A note on the tag of the pocket square: it may be purposefully lightly sewed on, as to make it easy to remove. So, if you’re not a fan just gently rip the stitches out 🙂

  7. Interesting review, thanks!

    Maybe you are supposed to clip the tag on the Sprezza Pocket Square?

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