Rachel Zoe Box of Style Spring 2016 Subscription Box Review
The Rachel Zoe Box of Style from The Zoe Report is a subscription box from Rachel Zoe. I am a huge fan and love her taste, so I this is one of my favorite style subscription boxes!
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The packaging on these boxes is always amazing so I might have taken a few too many pictures…
(Each item is individually wrapped in black tissue paper.)
The Subscription Box: Box of Style by The Zoe Report
The Cost: $100
COUPON: Use this link to save $10 off your first box!
The Products: “Every season Rachel and our TZR editors will hand-curate more than $300 of our favorite fashion, beauty and lifestyle items.”
Ships to: US
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The box comes with an info booklet with Rachel’s styling tips, and a letter from her introducing the box.
The items in the box this month are inspired by music festival season.
Shaffer LA Leather Bucket Bag – Retail Value: $150
This is the hero item of the box! (Each quarter, Box of Style reveals one hero item – it is a great way to see if the box is for you and minimize risk!)
I’m very impressed with the quality of the leather of this bag. One thing to mention, though, it isn’t lined, so you get a more of a raw look:
Here it is on:
There is no zipper or clasp to close the bag, but I found that tying two knots with the tassel part does the trick:
And I’m happy to report that I can fit my phone, lipgloss, wallet, and hand sanitizer in this bag easily! (Now if only I had a festival to go to!)
Klorane Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk – Value $20
LSTN Sound Co. Wembley Earbuds – Value $100
Dry shampoo and earbuds are two items I have in excess thanks to subscribing to way too many boxes, BUT these are both quality brands and products, so no complaints here. (Plus, they both work really well for the music festival theme.)
The Klorane dry shampoo smells good, goes on clear, and does the job of eliminating excess oil.
The earbuds are really well designed, and I love the extra sizes included:
I think the smaller ear bud set is actually the perfect fit for me. And I just love the gold details:
These earbuds also have microphone and playback/volume control options too!
Jules Smith Pave Bar and Stone Cuff – Value $45
(Subscribers will receive either the gold or silver version.)
Here is a closer look at the stone and pave detail:
And here it is on:
This bracelet has some give to it, so I think it should work on a variety of wrist sizes, but it still seems to be on the small side compared to some bracelets.
Jouer Crème Eyeshadow Crayon – Retail Value: $24 (one of eight shades)
The Concentrate by La Mer – .17 oz Value $58
Here are the items out of the packages:
The shade I received in the Jouer eyeshadow stick is Rococo. (Swatched below.)
I’m so excited about this La Mer concentrate! This is a product that I could never justify spending $340 for the full size unless I already knew it did miracles for my skin, so getting to sample it is awesome!
The pigment on this eyeshadow stick is great – there’s a lot of shimmer in this shade too. It works as a highlighter, and is very wearable for me, so I’m happy I got this shade!
And in each box Rachel includes a stylist tool item. This quarter we have oil blotting tissues!
Verdict: I think the value of the Spring 2016 Box of Style is incredible (a little over $400), and I think they did a great job with the music festival theme. I wouldn’t consider this theme as a perfect match for my style, but I like that it pushes me out of my comfort zone a little bit with quality items!
What do you think of the Spring 2016 Box of Style?