Little Lace Box Subscription Review + Coupon – October 2016
Little Lace Box is a bi-monthly lifestyle subscription box for women. Each box is curated around a specific theme. (FYI – they also have another bi-monthly subscription called “Serendipity” that does not have themes, and it is sent out on the off months of LLB. So, if you subscribed to both, you would get LLB and Serendipity on alternating months.)
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Little Lace Box
The Cost: $59.99 for a single box (Ships every other month)
FLASH SALE: Save $15 off your first single box with coupon code DRSEUSS, or save $30 off your first 6-month subscription with coupon code DRSEUSS30, or save $50 off your first annual subscription with coupon code DRSEUSS50.
There are also military discounts available – find more info here!
The Products: Fashion, beauty, or home items, with one item highlighting an up and coming designer.
Ships to: US
Delivered via: USPS
Keep Track of your subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Each box comes with a folded sheet with a letter explaining the theme, and then details and prices on each individual item.
October’s box was all about baking. I enjoyed reading the letter – it helped tie all the product selections together. (From baking the food, to wearing comfy pjs, to cleaning up afterward!)
Creative Co-Op Stoneware Baker – Value $14
UPDATE: This item is one of Oprah’s Favorite Things for 2016! (Thanks for the head’s up, Stacey!)
Subscribers will receive one of the following shades: Lemon Yellow, Tomato Red, Sea Blue, Navy Blue, Apple Green, or Pumpkin Orange.
I’m guessing all the colors are bold and gorgeous, but I’m so glad I received the Sea Blue – it’s beautiful!
And I’m very happy to see that this is microwave, dishwasher, and oven safe, too!
It measures about 4.5 inches in diameter, so this is a little stoneware pot:
I think it would be perfect for baking cheese dip, individual cakes/desserts, etc.
Victorian Classics Pajama Pants – Retail Value Listed $28.99
(Subscribers will receive one of three colors: white, red, or yellow.)
These pajama pants are made from a light, 100% cotton material. You might want something a little warmer in winter months (I’ll be wearing quite a few layers), but keeping these pants so lightweight should work for any climate – so I think this is a good material choice.
The sizing here is pretty forgiving, too. I’m normally a medium/large in skirts/dresses, but the small pants still fit me. (The back of the waist is a thick elastic band, and the front is a drawstring.)
And these pants come in a little matching fabric bag (see the main group shot picture above), so they take up very little space for a suitcase, overnight bag, etc.
LeBlanc Laundry Wash in Summer Verbena – Retail Value $18.99
(Subscribers will receive one of six washes: Lavender Linen Wash, White Flowers Silk Wash, Lavender Silk & Lingerie Wash, Summer Verbena Laundry Wash, Blue Violet Linen Wash, or Original Silk & Lingerie Wash.)
This laundry detergent is fancy! It’s made in the USA, free from ingredients like parabens, sulfates, etc., and it’s designed to be used with HE washers on the cold water setting.
(Just be careful when opening this – it is filled to the brim!)
Creative Co-Op Ceramic Measuring Spoons – Value $11
This set includes 1 tbsp, 1 tsp, 1/2 tsp, and 1/4 tsp. And these are top-rack dishwasher safe!
These are a cute baking accessory, and I think they’d make a great housewarming gift, too.
Emergency Stain Rescue – Value $8.99
I know I probably shouldn’t be excited about stain remover, but I was pumped when I saw this in the box! (My regular laundry detergent isn’t cutting it to remove my foundation-on-the-collar issues!)
Plus this stain remover is free of peroxide, chlorine bleach and phosphates. I’m almost looking forward to a stain so I can try this out!
Kilner Spice Jar – Value $5.99
This is a cooking basic and will definitely go to use. (It was included in the Serendipity box, too.)
Bonus Bangle! Value $18.99?
(Subscribers will receive either a gold and enamel bangle, or a boho beaded bracelet.)
This month there was a delay in shipment because of a vendor issue (LLB reached out to customers via email earlier to give them a head’s up), and this inclusion is a bonus item as a way of apologizing for the delay.
I like the gold and brown enamel color combo on this piece! (Let us know what bracelet you receive – I’m curious to see how many variations there are.)
This box also included a Breast Self-Examination door hanger for Breast Cancer Awareness Month:
And a coupon for 20% off Francesca’s:
And lastly, there are two bonus items still to come for subscribers:
Sassy Dip Mix by Julia’s Southern Pantry – Value $6.95
A View to Delicious Magazine – Value $4.99 (Digital Download)
Expect an email from LLB within the next few days for details on redeeming both!
Verdict: This Little Lace Box has a value of about $114 – I think that’s great! I also appreciate that Little Lace Box sends out assortments that you really don’t see in any other subscription box – this was a fun and different theme!
What do you think about October Little Lace Box? Which variations did you get?