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New Subscription From Little Lace Box – LLB Kozy Throw Club + Spring 2017 Spoilers!

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Little Lace Box has a new quarterly subscription box –LLB Kozy Throw Club! The LLB Kozy Throw Club is an exclusive partnership between Little Lace Box and Amalia Home Collection.

The Box: LLB Kozy Throw Club

The Cost: $49.99 (free shipping)

The Products:

Good to know: Deadline for Spring throw is Friday, January 20th. First throw is Spring and will ship on or before March 5th

And here’s a look at the two options for the Spring 2017 throw:

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Luso – a lovely reversible throw in Olive/Grey and Sand

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Mira – a lovely reversible patterned throw in soft antiqued red and cream


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Posted in Kozy Throw Club News, Little Lace Box News, Subscription Box News| Tags: Kozy Throw Club | Little Lace Box | 18 comments

Comments (18)

  1. Wish this was more reasonable price wise. I would love to get them and then donate if it wasn’t my cup of tea but its too expensive.

  2. I have to say I have always been happy with what Little Lace Box sends. If I don’t have a need or want for something they send I gift or donate it so it’s a win win for me and someone else too.

  3. Is the chunky knit throw in the first picture an option?

  4. I hate to say it, but I also agree that $50 is way too much. I wonder how long this sub will last…it doesn’t seem like the kind of deal that makes me fear that I’ll miss out if I don’t sign on.

  5. I was excited until I saw the price point. They’d need to throw in some over priced candles or something for $50…

    • I agree. Plus I think the first throw’s coloring just makes it look dirty, lol. If they offered a $25 throw only sub, maybe. If they offered a $30-35 throw &a candle sub, maybe. But not $50 for just a throw. I also love how someone pointed out how useless it is to get a throw in the summer for many people.

  6. I would be interested at a lower price point. Like many have already pointed out I could find something similar for much less at TJ Maxx. Too bad, I like both the patterns.

  7. I like the idea but scored my 2 all season throws last year from pottery barn for $12 each. They’re lovely. For $50, this would need to include a coordinating pillow cover and a seasonal candle or diffuser.

  8. If I’m going to decide to spend $200 on throw blankets for 2017 I’d rather buy one luxe cashmere throw blanket rather than have 4 cotton ones. This is an easy pass.

  9. Who needs that many throws?

    Plus shouldn’t LLB get their shipping and distribution together before they start on another subscription? SMH.

    • EXACTLY what I was thinking regarding them “getting it together.”

    • Tell me about it! I subscribed to serendipity in September and I’m pretty disappointed about what happened. Also, last month’s LLB felt kinda of random and uncoordinated. I feel like the team they have is probably overextending themselves.

  10. I think it sounds like an interesting sub but for $50 I feel like I could pick out a throw just as nice, if not nicer, in my preferred colors and fabrics. I’m also not sure I need an extra four throws a year, especially in warm months. I think I got four or five throw blankets just from subs in November and December alone (not to mention others I bought) so adding on this sub would mean a LOT of throws.

    • I agree……you can have too many throws!

    • I completely agree. $30-$40 at Home Goods, Marshall’s, TJ Maxx, even Macy’s if you up it to $50, will get you a really nice throw that you get to pick.

    • My thoughts exactly.

    • Totally agree, I love throws, but $50 is a lot and I could pick out one I love for less. Not loving either of those two options either. And agree with Jackie, they need to get their stuff together before starting another subscription.

    • I need all the throws because I almost have to have something over my legs no matter what the temp is. It’s a comfort thing but I’m totally that person with the thermostat set to 65 in July so I can snuggle with a throw.

      But $200/year means they’d better be sending the nicest cashmere or silk blend throws ever and these don’t look like that. Hell, I didn’t buy the FFF add-on throws because $50 for a polyester throw is crazy when I can buy the same thing at Ross or TJ Maxx for $30 or less.

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