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SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2016

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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 annual subscriptions)

COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with code MSA10

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 the “Kennedy” Box.  It comes in two colors: red and gray.  This review is for the red box.  The note says this month is all about exploring.  It says near or far, start checking off places to visit from your “bucket list”.  Last month, John went to Honolulu for work and it wasn’t even on his bucket list.  LOL!  I’d say he’s doing pretty good in the exploring category.



Razor MD Dopp Kit – $40.00

What a beautiful bag!  I got John a really nice toiletry bag 2 Christmases ago.  So, I wasn’t surprised to see it was replaced immediately.  LOL  This one is quite large and the mix of leather and cloth is really nice.



Salt + Dapper Necktie – $49.00

It’s funny when John gets a tie he really likes, he rearranges his outfit for the next day to wear it.  Needless to say, he loves it.  It’s got a metallic sort of sheen to it that’s hard to describe.  The only thing I can really think of is that maybe it has an organza woven into it.



Stesso Socks – $12.00

These aren’t available on the Stesso site, but John really loved these socks too.  It’s got a pink hem with a thin pink stripe through the argyle design.  Very stylish and it matches with the tie so well.



Bryer Luggage Tag – $25.00

John likes getting luggage tags in subscription boxes.  He says he wouldn’t spend the money on them himself but he uses them.  I feel that luggage tags shouldn’t be so expensive considering how much they get tossed around during traveling.  But, the leather strap is made very well, and looks like it should hold up well for at least the rest of the year.



IconQ Kicks Earbuds in Red – $8.00

John uses a pair of wireless Beats.  He didn’t even give this a second look.  Maybe I’ll take these to work with me and use them at my desk.  I’ve never heard of this brand before and on their website they have a pair of earphones for $65.00 and the Kicks are not even listed as an option.  So, I’m guessing these are just a regular pair of earphones the company gives out to get their name out.  Ok, IconQ, we see you now.



Billy Jealousy LiquidSand Exfoliating Facial Cleanser – (2oz) $6.00

This gel exfoliator is great for dry skin like John’s.  He really likes it.  He’s not big on using my “girly” cleansers, but he likes the way they make his face feel.  He’s happy to have one of his own.  This brand is also available at Ulta, one of my favorite beauty destinations, if John wants more, I’ll have an excuse to go shopping!


Verdict: This month, SprezzaBox has an estimated retail value of $140!!  Incredible.  The dopp bag alone was well worth the cost of the subscription and it is practical, durable and stylish.  Way to go SprezzaBox team.  Everything this month will get some use, and I’m happy to see the box clear of coupons for shirts that are uber expensive and will never get used.  Even though IconQ didn’t send their super cool earbuds, at least they didn’t send us a coupon to go buy one on our own.  I appreciate this much more!!  I hope that makes sense.  SprezzaBox continues to impress the both of us.

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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