Little Lace Box Subscription Review – March 2015
Little Lace Box is a lifestyle subscription box for women. They’ve been around for about a year so far – and I’ve been really impressed with the quality of their boxes so far.
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: $39.99 a month (Subscriptions are currently sold out, and they won’t be opening up any more slots for March – I’ll post when subscriptions are open again).
The Products: Fashion and beauty items, with one item highlighting from an up and coming designer
Ships to: US
Delivered via: USPS
Each box comes with a letter detailing the theme of the month and hints at the next month’s box. This month’s theme is “Here Comes the Sun,” and it is all about nourishing your mind, body and soul.
The letter also hints at next month’s items. The theme for April will be “Nonna’s Kitchen” – things for you and your kitchen.
On the flipside of the letter each item included is detailed, complete with retail value.
Kate Spade Water Bottle – Value $29.99
I will always be happy to see anything from Kate Spade in a subscription box! I also love that the bottle itself is glass. (The gold glitter is a rubber sleeve on the outside of the bottle).
Cali Baronessa Torocco Shampoo and Conditioner – Value $32
I love the Sicilian Red Orange scent of these! Also, getting full-size shampoo and conditioner in a box is pretty rare, so I thought this inclusion was a nice surprise.
Unfortunately for me, the shampoo has sulfates in the formula, and I have to avoid those in hair products since my hair is color-treated. I’ll be passing these along to a friend or swapping them.
All Natural Urban Sea Sponge – Value $14
This should be a nice alternative to a mesh pouf bath sponge. They recommend using it for removing masks or facial scrubs too.
Custom 12′ X 12′ Gallery Wrapped Print – Value $52 (Subscribers received an email with instructions on how to redeem).
I’m so excited about this item! We have a few wrapped canvas prints, and admittedly, they are all featuring our dog Buckles. Maybe this time it’s time to get a family photo with me and Eric in the picture as well!
Verdict: This box has a value of about $128. I think that’s great for a $40 box, and with the exception of the shampoo and conditioner, I will use everything. I think my favorite item will end up being the canvas print – it’s such a thoughtful and personal item.
What did you think of the March 2015 Little Lace Box? And have you picked out which picture you’ll be using for the canvas yet?