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New Subscription Box Launch – Liberty Capsule from 5th Avenue Style

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5th Avenue Style has launched a new bi-monthly clothing subscription called Liberty Capsule.

The Box: Liberty Capsule

The Cost: $249 every 2 months with free U.S. shipping

COUPON: Use code LIBERTY40 to get $40 off your subscription. Expires July 12th.

The Products: 2-3 pieces of high-quality clothing and 1-2 accessory pieces

Ships to: Everywhere! US for free, $35 internationally

More about Liberty Capsule from 5th Avenue Style:

“Liberty Capsule is a bi-monthly subscription that features 2-3 pieces of high-quality clothing and 1-2 accessory pieces. We help you to put together a collection of stylish/timeless interchangeable items to create outfits for any occasion. We always send you best quality branded clothing made mostly of natural materials such as silk, cotton, cashmere, etc. Our gorgeous accessories will compliment your clothing and expand the number of outfits you can create.”

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

12 Comments

  1. Love this sub but I need a spoiler

  2. Their return policy looks iffy at best and why no photos of samples? I wouldn’t subscribe to this without seeing some examples of what they send….especially with the return policy.

  3. At this price point I’d need to see some examples of the clothing they would select. There’s nothing on their website that addresses that. Pass…

  4. This box has nothing to do with saks fifth ave the high end store. This box also does not give out items sold in saks. The box just has a name that is maybe deceptive to some thinking its SAKS. My family is very connected to SAKS in NYC and I assure you this is NOT connected to them. Fifth ave is a fancy street in NYC that sells high style clothing. I think that is where they are getting there name from.

    • I’m with you & im just a lifelong Saks customer & New Yorker. I don’t want to offend anyone, but what I’ve seen from these boxes are NOT items Saks would ever sell. They aren’t even items most New Yorkers would wear. They’re the idea from a tourist of what a New Yorker wears. And using the Liberty name too? I thought at least one item would be from Liberty of London.

      • I disagree with you. I received Kenzo, Valentino, Coach, Rebecca Minkoff in my boxes. All of this brands are n Saks. I received a fabulous Evocateur bracelet in my Summer box. Saks doesn’t have it but I wish they do.

        • I got Colette Malouf in my box. I use to buy it from Saks & Bergdorf Goodman.

        • I’ve never seen these items available in the boxes, but to be completely honest since I’m so underwhelmed by the sub I don’t look very often. I don’t even know if Saks still sells Coach, it’s become so mainstream (I could very well be wrong, haven’t shopped for handbags at Saks in ages, I’m full to the brim & thinking of selling off some of my high end pieces). I’m glad you got pieces you like from great designers, but that isn’t indicative of what’s worn by a New Yorker. We aren’t all label conscious, as a matter of fact some of the wealthiest of my circle (not bragging-hey it’s not me!- but we’re talking mega, über wealthy), you’d never guess as they tend to be very understated, casual (when not working) but always with a good handbag & shoes (most every “real” New Yorker does this particular thing -as they can best afford it- whether for work, casual, or formal – it makes sense since both the city & the elements are hard on us).

          Curious, are you a New Yorker who physically shops in Saks, not online?

          I simply don’t think this represents NY style, and as the OP said definitely not Saks. I’m not out to offend anyone, if you like it, great! Just don’t think New Yorkers are walking around looking like this. ⚡️Jet

          • I live on 48&1st in Manhattan for more than a decade.
            And, yes, I do physically shop at Saks, BG, Barneys, etc.

          • I don’t think the people that go around dressed like this (what I saw on Instagram) are walking around anywhere. they are taking a car service.

  5. I’m torn on this one.

    Saks should have the ability to leverage their position to provide a box with great value.

    There probably won’t be much variation so the monthly choices would be taste specific. And for the price, I’d want to see spoilers or a few boxes before committing.

    And this is entering BEC territory but I’m serious disappointed in their marketing department that a box with LIBERTY in the name launched in July didn’t really hit the blogsphere until 3 days after the 4th. So much potential wasted even though there is no correlation between a clothing box and the 4th.

    • I wasn’t able to find any reference to Sak’s Fifth Avenue on the 5th Avenue Style site so I’m under the impression they’re leveraging the similar name and aren’t affiliated.

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