Aster Market Subscription Box Review – September 2015
Aster Market is a new subscription box that focuses on sending you small-batch products from around the world.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Aster Market
The Cost: $46.95 a month ($39.95 a box plus $7 shipping)
The Products: “Aster Market is a monthly delivered box of exceptionally made, small-batch products from around the world. An Aster Market box will include anything from home décor, jewelry, accessories, paper goods, bath products and more.”
Ships to: US Only
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your Subscription List or Wish List!
This box comes with a card detailing the items included.
Frankie & Coco Cosmetic Pouch – Value $24
This measures 4.5″ X 9″ X (3″at the base). I love the fabric pattern, and this piece is really well-made. I love the ribbon zipper detail, and the lining with Frankie & Coco stamp inside:
Stephanie Martin Bracelets – Value $10
If you’ve read any of my jewelry box reviews, you may know that I have a thing for delicate gold jewelry! This bracelet set is perfect for me – and it is informal enough for everyday wear.
Be FREE Designs Jewelry Dish – Value $10
Another piece I like! I may end up gifting this to my mom since I have a few jewelry dishes now, and with the “Loved” wording, I think it will be a great gift!
Here is the dish with the bracelets to give you a better idea of scale:
Quill & Fox Book Club Notepad – Value $8
I used to complain about getting too many notepads/notebooks in subscription boxes, but lately I’m really enjoying them! This design is adorable, and Quill & Fox is a new discovery for me. They are now tied with Rifle Paper Co. in my book for favorite paper designers!
Verdict: This box has a value of about $52. That’s an improvement over the value in the August box, and for me, the items are better fits this month too. This still isn’t a high value box, but I think they are doing a great job at curating a box that feels like you’re unwrapping a gift filled with unique finds.
What do you think of the September 2015 Aster Market box?