Jessica Comingore Quarterly Subscription Box Review #JCS01
Jessica Comingore is one of the newest Quarterly curators. I love the look of her site and blog so I had to sign up for this box. (Also I’m a little partial to Quarterly and keep subscribing to more and more boxes – I just signed up for Hitha on the Go, and Dave Asprey).
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Jessica Comingore for Quarterly
The Cost: $50 a box
The Products: Items selected by Jessica in the categories of home, lifestyle, and design.
Ships to: US and Worldwide.
Each Quarterly box comes with a letter from the curator detailing the items included and why they were selected. There’s usually an overall theme too. Jessica’s theme for this box:
“My hope with this package is to encourage you to start your mornings on the right foot, inspired and refreshed, calm and centered, organized and energized.”
Jessica Comingore Designed Tote – Value $25?
This was made exclusively for subscribers, and I think it is simple and beautiful. I don’t know if it’s clear from the picture, but it also is wider than a typical tote.
Swissco Toothbrush – Value $9
If I hadn’t read the letter first I would have been very confused by the inclusion of this toothbrush, but it makes sense for the morning routine theme. (And now I have a fancy Anthropologie-approved tooth brush for the next time I travel!)
Homestead Apothecary Stress Less Tea – Value $9
Elegant Rose Boutique Charcoal Soap – Value $6
Both of these items are made with organic ingredients and smell wonderful. Practical, yet indulgent items = great!
be home Ceramic Tumbler – Value $18
Breakfast Granola Recipe
This ceramic tumbler is supposed to go with the tea, but I’m thinking it will work better for me as a small planter or bowl. (I need a handle or a double walled cup to drink tea!)
I also like the personal touch of Jessica including her family’s recipe for granola.
Muji Notebook – Value $3.50
Palomino Blackwing Pencils – Value $3
Jessica included these as part of her morning routine to always write down what she wants to accomplish every day. While I don’t need any more notebooks, I definitely like the idea and it is something I need to do more often!
Verdict: This box has a value of about $73. (I’m estimating on the value of the tote though – so it could be a little higher or lower). While this isn’t a super high value box, it is very well curated and you can really see her esthetic throughout the box.
What do you think of #JCS01?