Ivory Clasp Handbag Subscription Review + Coupon- October 2016
“Ivory Clasp is a subscription service which delivers a brand name purse right to your door.”
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Ivory Clasp
The Cost: $45.00 per month, or every other month with free shipping
COUPON: Use code IVORYCLASP to save 20% off your first month!
The Products: “We offer totes, clutches, satchels, hobos, crossbody bags and other styles from a variety of brands.”
Ships to: United States
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This month, Ivory Clasp sent an invoice in the box. This is a very simply packaged subscription box – the purse comes in a non-marked box, and there are very few accouterments!
When you sign up for your account, you do a full survey to give them an idea of what bags you would most like and offer a phone consultation as well.
For my third month of Ivory Clasp, I received a faux leather bag from Maison Du Sac. This bag is made from ‘vegan’ leather (I guess that just sounds classier than faux leather…) with gold accents. The front has a removable hang tag with a locket along with the brand name. The bag also comes with a crossbody strap, which is nice, since the handles of the satchel are pretty short.
The back has a zippered pouch that I used to hold my iPhone 6S.
Here’s everything I was able to fit in my bag for church one evening: my Bible, sunglasses, wallet, keys, Clarins Lip Oil, Clarins Hand and Nail treatment, and a pen.
I love the different texture of the purse from my shoes. It matches without being super matchy-matchy.
Here’s the details picture: I wore this with a black pencil skirt, my Boden Striped and Dot tee, LK Bennett heels and an orangey-red car coat.
Verdict: The purse I received this month was worth $73.00 more than what I paid for the box. I do want to note that Ivory Clasp has removed any reference to the designer bags that they mentioned when they first launched – their FAQ page states that they have ‘partnerships’ with big brands. I think the thing to note here is that you’re likely getting a quality purse but without a recognizable, big-name brand.
This purse isn’t a style that I would have chosen for myself, but I did end up liking it for an occasional swap out!
Have you tried Ivory Clasp yet?