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Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Box

Little Lace Box is a lifestyle subscription box for women. They’ve been around for only a few months so far – but I’ve been really impressed with the quality of their boxes so far. (Every month seems to be getting better and better too!)

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 First Look

FYI – this subscription has been sold-out for a while – they only open up so many more slots per month, so make sure to be at your computer at 4 PM EST today to sign up for your February box if you want one!

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Items

The Subscription Box: Little Lace Box

The Cost: $39.99 a month

The Products: Fashion and beauty items, with one item highlighting from an up and coming designer

Ships to: US

Delivered via: USPS

Check out all of my Little Lace Box reviews!

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Theme

Each box comes with a letter detailing the theme of the month, and hints at the next month’s box. For January, the theme is “The Dining Car,” inspired by Downton Abbey.

The theme for the February box will be “The Lovers, the Dreamers, and Me” and will include “hidden gems for you and your home.”

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Info

On the flipside of the letter each item included is detailed, complete with retail value.

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Tea Set

Siena Tea Collection Tea for One Set – Retail Value $30 (On Amazon for $24)

I couldn’t imagine a Downton Abbey inspired box without something tea related, and I think this is a perfect item. (It’s also one of Oprah’s favorite things!)

Here’s the set apart:

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Cup

I drink tea everyday, so this item is a win for me. (It also came with a saucer – I totally forgot to get a picture of it).

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Spoon

Beckman 1802 Authentic Hand Forged Britannia Fruit Spoon – Value $20

This spoon is made from a 18th century spoon mold that was found in the back of an abandoned shop on the grounds of the Beekman Mansion!

The detail work on it is beautiful:

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Back of Spoon


And amazingly enough, it is dishwasher safe!

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Honey

Lucy B Roll On Perfume Oil in Royal Fig and Vanilla Woods – Value $19

Capital Bee Raw Hand Cut Holly Honeycomb – Value $7

(Subscribers will receive one of a variety of perfume scents). I like the scent of this perfume, and I may try swapping for some of the other scents.

And this honey goes perfectly with the tea theme!

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Book

How to Be a Lady by Candace Simpson-Giles – Value $17

It looks like this is a special edition cover made just for subscribers! Here is a look inside:

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Pages

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Beauty

Royal Apothic Bubble Cream – Value $20

This is a body wash cream – it creates a lather, but isn’t the typical body wash gel. I like the somewhat subtle perfume scent of the Holland Park version, and the packaging is beautiful!

Little Lace Box Subscription Review – January 2015 Pins

Downton Abbey Hair Jewelry – Value $24

I didn’t know there was a Downton Abbey jewelry line, but it makes so much sense! I think these hair pins are the right tough of jewelry/sparkle for this box, and they even mentioned in the letter than since they sent jewelry in the December box, they weren’t going to overdo it with this box.

Verdict: I said the same thing with the November Little Lace box, but I don’t know how they do it! This box has so much value, and you can also tell that so much thought and curation went into putting it together. This box has a value of about $131 – amazing for the $40 a month cost.

I’m really happy with the products this month, plus I’ve been binge-watching Downton Abbey this past week, so I’m all about the theme! What do you think of the January Little Lace Box?

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!

Posted in Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| 98 comments

Comments (98)

  1. Any news or thoughts on when we might be able to start a subscription? I realize they are sold out of the Feb box, but I’d like to sign up for March, at least. I’ve been obsessively going to their site to check, with no luck so far – obviously. 😀

    • last time they started it after the other boxes shipped. – It says on their site shipping is between feb 20-feb 23, i have not gotten any shipping notice yet. Have you emailed them? I missed the first 2 signups completely, then last month i managed to sign up in time, they sold out again very quickly.

      • Thanks so much for your response! 🙂 I’m considering emailing. i wish I could see some spoilers, though!! 😀

  2. So I want to give you guys an update about the broken teapot situation- My tea pot and cup arrived fine but the saucer was broken, and when I told LLB they said they would replace the saucer. I just got an email with tracking info and they let me know that instead of just replacing the saucer they are sending me an entire new tea set.
    I am so amazed and impressed right now.

    • Awesome – I love hearing great sub box customer care stories! 🙂

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