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Bespoke Post September 2015 Selection & Coupon Code!

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It’s Bespoke Post selection time! Remember – use coupon code ADDICTION to save 25% off your first box! (FYI – the Swagger, Kicks and Weekender boxes have customization item this month – so make sure to check your account and pick the variation you want!)

There are new box options this month:

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Give your wingtips the day off.

A clean and classic pair of sneakers is a foolproof style move. Whether you’re more of a dark-jeans-and-leather-jacket or a chinos-and-oxford kind of guy (or somewhere in the middle), they’ll ground your outfit and keep you comfortable.

Round out the look with some upgraded leather laces, which add a more rugged vibe, and no-show socks to keep your ankles breezy, and you’ll be ready to put your best foot forward.

Canvas Lace-Up Sneakers


These are one of those sartorial standbys that no guy should be without. Resilient canvas is constructed into a classic low top that’d look right at home on a beachfront boardwalk, a downtown side street, and every mile in between. The insoles are filled with massaging air bubbles for a softer step, and the minimal design lends an easygoing versatility.

BucketFeet got their start with a single pair of sneakers. The co-founders met in Argentina, where Aaron (an artist) drew onto Raaja’s (a backpacker) sneakers before the two parted ways. Those shoes sparked conversations across six continents throughout the rest of Raaja’s travels, and Bucketfeet was born soon afterwards. Their solid colorways have a classic low-key style, and the uniquely printed ones are designed by emerging artists to bring some art to the everyday.

Leather Shoelaces, 40″

Line of Trade

Even the best pair of shoes could use a lace upgrade every now and then. Add these made-in-the-USA ones onto your new sneakers, your favorite pair of boots, or whatever other pair you think could use a slightly tougher vibe, then trim to size.

No-Show Socks


Bare your ankles while keeping your feet nice and fresh with the stealth bomber of socks. These no-shows are as soft and comfortable as any other high-quality pair of socks, but are completely hidden once you lace up. And thanks to the strategically-placed traction grip at the heel, they stay firmly in place throughout long days of running around town

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A great outfit starts with great basics.

And if you want the best of the best, you want Mack Weldon. Throw on a pair of their upgraded boxer briefs, and you’ll wonder how you ever put up with anything else. You get three of them to add to your rotation – and a relevant addition to your grooming routine to help you stay fresh – but fair warning: once you get used to them, you’ll want to fill up your entire underwear drawer.

Boxer Briefs, Set of 3

Mack Weldon

Just like a meticulously crafted suit or a pair of bench-made shoes, these take an obsessive approach to the details. That means you get an extra secure no-roll waistband. Firmly anchored stay-put legs that won’t ride up throughout the day. Mesh zones in all the right places to improve airflow. And a mid-thigh fit that’s extra handsome, for those who have a stake in such things.

They’re made from a blend of long-staple cotton (that’s the good stuff), stretchy lycra, and silky smooth modal, which feels terrific, breathes easily, and won’t bunch up. If you don’t think they’re the most comfortable underwear you’ve ever tried on, you might as well give up the search altogether.

Body Powder, 10g


Use a quick hit of this sweat- and funk-absorbing body powder on your chest, underarms, or any other place that could use a helping hand to stay fresh. It leaves you with a silky feel and a light oak aroma, so you’ll feel dry and cool all day.

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A great cocktail starts with great booze.

Or, even better, great booze that you made yourself. But don’t stop there – add some top shelf tonic to your creation, then pour into a tumbler that looks as good as you do. It’s all packed into this custom version of W&P Design’s homemade gin kit, which we upgraded with some extra supplies so you can mix with the best of them.

The Homemade Gin Kit

W&P Design

All you need to make beautifully flavored gin is this kit, an inexpensive bottle of vodka, and a day and a half’s worth of patience. You’ll get:

  • A 750ml bottle
  • A fine stainless steel strainer
  • A stainless steel funnel
  • A pack of juniper berries
  • A blend of aromatic botanicals

The process couldn’t be easier – just follow the included instructions to infuse the juniper and botanicals, strain, and get ready to mix up the best negroni, G&T, or martini you’ve ever tasted.

Enamelware Tumbler Set, 12oz

W&P Design

These strikingly unique tumblers might not make your drink taste any better, but they’ll definitely give you some style points. The sturdy enamel-over-metal build was designed by W&P, then crafted by a manufacturer that’s been in business for nearly a century. Fill ’em with ice and start pouring when you want to break the mold and impress your drinking buddy.

Tonic Water, 10oz

Boylan Heritage

Seltzer, cane sugar, quinine, all-natural botanicals, and clean design meld into this refreshing take on tonic. It’s got all the sweet, bitter, and subtly sour notes you need to round out your next two cocktails, whether you go with a classic gin and tonic or something a little more special.

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The right pair of socks have got a little bit of flash, extra-soft fabric, and construction that’ll keep them stepping for years to come. These options have all that and then some, with a versatile range of colors and styles to brighten your day with a little bit of attitude.

Each pair is from Etiquette Clothiers, who’ve perfected the art of men’s basics. Their soft and strong yarns, careful craftsmanship, and sophisticated design add up to collections that are as refined as they are comfortable. Each sock is knit from the finest fabric blends in 240 seconds – twice that of the competition – for a finished product with all the right details.

You’ll get six pairs of socks total, three of which you can swap out for other styles to refine your look. And they all comfortably fit sizes 8–12.


Also, Bespoke Post has brought back the Weekender Box:




Special Edition Weekender Bag, 20″ length x 12″ high, 8″ opening

Bespoke Post Custom Series

This thing goes way back. The style was originally used by stonemasons to haul their tools to a day’s work, and we figured that a mason bag could work wonders for the modern guy, too. So we custom designed our own spin on the style, which proved to be one of our most popular offerings ever. Now, it’s back by popular demand.

We used thick and capable canvas with an inner pocket and heavy-duty reinforced frame, so it’s built to last. The handles and buckles are quality leather, a rugged canvas shoulder strap clips onto reinforced D rings, and multiple eye-catching colorways mean you can customize your look. It all lends extra durability and a more sophisticated vibe that’ll look sharp no matter where you’re headed.

Which Bespoke Post box are you picking this month? I think we may be picking more than one!

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!

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. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. Wahoo! I had been looking for a great subscription box for my hubby. He gets so jealous when my boxes get delivered and he has nothing to open! I went with the weekender in Olive. His birthday is at the end of the month, hope it arrives in time! So excited about this and very happy with the groupon deal!

  2. My husband would probably love the weekender if the leather were black. I would love it if the leather were something other than leather. Oh well, it’s still very lovely, even if not for us.

  3. I picked the weekend but it looks like there’s a lot of metal inside the bag. Has anyone traveled with it? Was it difficult to get it through airport security?

  4. I tried to use the Groupon deal and am experiencing some wackiness. I signed up through the Groupon link and entered the redemption code, but there’s no credit showing in my account and they’re charging me $45 for the box. Anyone else have any trouble with the Groupon deal? I sent Bespoke an email. I hope it gets resolved! 🙁

    • The good news is that Bespoke Post customer care is top notch – hopefully they resolve it for you asap!

      • And it’s been resolved! Yay for z Bespoke Post’s customer service! 🙂

        • Yay! 🙂

  5. I looooooove the first of the month!!

  6. I used the Groupon to get my BespokePost Sub and got the Navy Dispatch. When they emailed me this morning I just HAD to get the matching Weekender. It looks like the same quality as the Dispatch so I will definitely be happy with the Weekender! And at $21 per month…I will be pretty sad when my 3 months are up.

    • I knooooow! Same here!! Will try to keep one of these month for the holiday!!

    • I did the same, but picked green. After realizing how excited I was for this sub, I made my fiancé sign up for a second groupon and sub so we can get 6 boxes and had to talk myself out of getting another by convincing myself that they will do another promo another time. But at $21 a box, this was an amazing deal and I will be very sad when it runs out.

  7. I’m thinking about the weekender in gray (my lovely cat is gray and he loves bags and sitting on them and around them when I pack so hoping this will somewhat hide all his gray hair that always finds my bags).
    But the shoes are so cute, and I’d love the socks for myself too!

  8. got the weekender and it’s real nice quality! Love it!! Also guys, don’t quote me on it but I was looking for coupons on Groupon and I saw the one for bespoke still available.. I already redeemed for my hubby.. It’s $79 for 3 month! And u can skip any month, no problem!!

  9. Liz,

    I’m new to Bespoke Post, and was wondering did you ever get the weekender?

    Did anyone else? I’m kind of loving it.



    • I got this for my little bro last year. Keep in mind that their bags change slightly every time they’re offered. He likes his, though I would say the metal bars that form the opening can be difficult to get used to.

      • Good to know. Thanks so much!

  10. I was planning on skipping this month but Swagger had my boyfriend’s name all over it. And if the socks are as amazing as the description I might be saving a pair for myself and just give him the rest for Christmas :p but seriously they are normally $24-26 a pair so that’s an amazing deal! Thanks for the Groupon post Liz otherwise I wouldn’t have bought this! (I’m so excited!!!)

  11. Just grabbed Swagger for my 18 year old brother. It’s a nice upgrade for any sock drawer.

  12. Wooohooo!! They brought back the weekender!

  13. I have a certificate to use (from the last deal you posted). Can I sign up with the code referenced above also?

  14. I was really hoping for a month where I wouldn’t want anything so I could save some money. But no….. I got the gin kit and Swagger (which will make a nice Christmas gift for my husband).

    The tennis shoes are great – especially the patterned pair. I wish they had them in women’s sizes!!!

  15. They also brought the weekender back!

    • Thanks – just added that to the post! 🙂

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