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SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – March 2015

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SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – March 2015 Box

SprezzaBox is a monthly subscription box that focuses on men’s clothing accessories and helping gentlemen look dapper. Every box includes 3-4 lifestyle items and a grooming product.

SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – March 2015 Open

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SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – March 2015 Items

The Subscription Box: SprezzaBox

The Cost: $28/month

The Products: 3-4 men’s lifestyle items and 1 grooming product.

Ships to: US

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SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – March 2015 Info

Each SprezzaBox comes with an informational card, detailing the featured and their values.

SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – March 2015 Bracelets

The Tie Maker Bracelets – 2 pack, value: $12

Jack Black Face Buff Energizing Scrub

Jack Black Protein Booster Skin Serum

Elastic bracelets like this are apparently a trend now for men, alone or with watches. I’m not sure I’ve seen it around, but these bracelets are made pretty well. If I don’t end up using them myself, I’ll probably swap these.

SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review – March 2015 Tie

SkinnyFatties Limited Edition Necktie – value: $60

Sock101 – value: $12

This tie feels like nice quality, plus its worth over twice the cost of the box, so that makes the whole box worth it for me. I know this tie will make a great gift!

I think these socks are cute. They go up higher than what my husband prefers, so I actually get to snag these for myself to lounge around in and keep my feet warm!

Verdict: The style of SprezzaBox seems to be pretty similar to Birchbox Man, in that it seems to feature more formal items for men (neckties, shoelaces, etc.). The total value adds up to ~$84, so I’m happy with that value. There’s been a tie in every SprezzaBox that I’ve received, which is okay, but I’m not sure how I feel about a tie being the big ticket item in every box/most boxes. If you love getting new different ties and wear them often, this may be a good box for you. Part of me wishes for more variety, however, especially if they’re trying to compete with Birchbox Man.

What do you think of SprezzaBox?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I notice that Birchbox Man also sends lots of bracelets for men. None of my men (dh and sons) would wear those….like ever!

    Are they really popular?

  2. There is a guy I work with who is recently married. His wife gives him “trendy” items to wear. (We work in a business casual office, so you don’t often see ties.) He has a lot of interesting socks (of the sort pictured above), which he blames on her. I will let you know if he shows up with stretch bracelets one day!

    • Haha love it. It’s nice that he doesn’t refuse to wear those ‘trendy’ items – my bf would refuse to wear anything even an inch out of his preppy style.

    • Like many women, I dress my husband (not literally since he’s not a Ken doll). I’m a fashion junkie and try to stay with or ahead of the curve in terms of what is (or will be) on trend each season. The bracelets have been around for a few years but I think they appeal to a fairly specific male demographic. My boys (16 and 12) wouldn’t wear them and they’re very into trend setting (I swear my oldest successfully brought back bow ties at his school, lol). And while I may have finally gotten the hubs to wear pink and lavender, there’s no way he would wear a bracelet. A layered vest/jacket/jeans look, sure. Man jewelry, definitely not. But I’ve seen quite a few twenty-something’s at SoCal beaches sporting a stack of bead bracelets.

      • I think SoCal beaches are not so representative of the rest of the country…maybe that is why I have not seen any of these bracelets.

        Of course, I also don’t have any interest in fashion trends. Somehow I have managed to end up with subscriptions to Glamour and People StyleWatch (probably freebies from JustFab when I forgot to uncheck the box) and they go straight to the recycling bin without being looked at. So I am probably not the target market for this kind of stuff in the first place (for men *or* women).

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