Redbird Vintage Box Review + Coupon – November 2016
Redbird Vintage Box was started by sisters, Sarah and Karen, who have always been passionate about fashion and vintage fashion. In addition to their shop, they offer 3 subscription options: The Juliette, The Marie, and The Lorene, each filled with various amounts of authentic vintage clothing and accessories curated based on your preferences!
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
This review is of The Juliette, $30 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Redbird Vintage Box
The Cost: The Juliette is $30 a month, The Marie is $60 a month and The Lorene is $100 a month. All with free shipping! An extra pair of earrings can be added on for $10 and an extra bangle set can be added on for $15
LIMITED TIME DEAL: Now through 11/28, use code BLACKFRIDAY20 to save 20% off the first month of any subscription
Use code MSA10 to save 10% off your first box!
The Products: The Juliette includes 1-2 vintage accessories, The Marie includes 2-3 vintage accessories and/or clothing, and The Lorene includes 4-5 vintage accessories and/or clothing
Ships to: U.S. only
Good to know: Redbird Vintage Box is offering a limited edition Redbird Vintage Holiday Box for $50! It is on sale now through 12/10 (shipped 12/15) and includes 3 accessories (handbags, scarves, and/or jewelry), special holiday wrapping, a vintage inspired brooch and a custom message from the sender. Coupons do not apply.
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There’s a style survey offered at sign-up, where you can tell Redbird Vintage Box what you like and dislike. I was really excited to try this subscription because I too am a lover of fashion and vintage but do not enjoy the thrill of the hunt. So, the idea of receiving a personalized box of vintage finds sounded very intriguing!
My box included this personalized typed letter referencing the items they sent and why. I am continued to be impressed by how they not only reference my preferences but also the previous package sent to me! There’s nothing better than when you can build your wardrobe with complimenting accessories, and they conveyed this detail, which I greatly appreciate. They also included a business card noting where Redbird Vintage Box can be found on social media.
The first piece of jewelry I opened from the linen pouch is this lovely pendant. The pendant itself has ornate gold details and attached to a thin chain. The painting is illustrated on what appears to be porcelain enamel and is quite traditional for my taste. There is, though, something very special about this piece and it feels romantic.
There is a mirror on the reverse side! While wearing this necklace, it becomes apparent that the ornate design on the front becomes a functional handle to use the mirror with – very cool!
Here’s a closer look at the length of this necklace. The pendant hits at my ribcage.
The second piece of jewelry I received is this bracelet set. Three of the bracelets are beaded on stretchy cord and the fourth is a metal chain link with closure. Redbird Vintage Box notes that these are all original, so my guess is they are from the 70s (I detect some moonstone!). I agree that that the set looks made for each other and I like the mix of different materials and bead types.
Here’s a closer look at the bracelets:
The necklace and bracelets were easy to pair together in one outfit. I likely won’t grab for these pieces every day, but everything is easy to wear which I appreciate.
Verdict: This was another good Redbird Vintage Box. I am most impressed by the level of detail and attention put into the curation month after month and discovered new jewelry I will happily incorporate into my wardrobe.
Valuing vintage is subjective and while I can’t quantify each individual item, I received two pieces of jewelry (counting the four bracelets as one) for $30. I think valuing each at $15 is more than fair, which means they likely break even with the cost of the box. I really do feel a lot of value comes into play with the personalization, nostalgia, and for me, convenience of each box.
What do you think about Redbird Vintage Box?