Harrison Blake Apparel Monthly Club Review + Coupon – February 2017
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The Subscription Box: Harrison Blake Apparel Monthly Club
The Cost: $25 a month to US and Canada (includes free shipping), $40 a month for International orders
COUPON: Use code FASTFIVE to save $5 off your first box!
The Products: 1 necktie + 4 matching accessories every month
Every shipment comes with a necktie and 4 matching accessories to complete the look.
It comes with a card that lists each item in the box along with their value. I’ll be listing the value from the card for this review.
I’ll be listing the value from the card for this review.
Block Pattern Necktie – Value $25
The featured tie for February is a black and white block pattern tie.
It’s got a parquet flooring look to the pattern.
It’s 100% cotton – with a thicker, heavier-duty feel and weight to it. It feels right for the winter.
Winter Beanie – Value $25
Harrison Blake valued this at $25 – but it’s a pretty basic beanie, so that may be a stretch at $25.
It’s got the logo stitched on the front side and is definitely heavy enough to wear in the cold.
Soapstone Whiskey Rocks – Value $8
You’ll get two whiskey stones.
These are the size of a sugar cube – so they’ll work easily in any glass.
Cotton Pocket Square – Value $20
You’ll get a pocket square to go with your tie.
It’s got the design on one side. It’s really thin material, so it seems like this could mostly work as a show piece.
Navy Blue Tie Bar – Value $15
The last item in the February package is a tie bar.
This goes along well with the tie – and also bring it the color notes of the other items in the package.
Verdict: This is the second month in a row with a simple, muted, color scheme – which is typically what I look for. For $25 – this is a good mix of items to switch up your wardrobe a little more frequently. The quality of the items has been great since I’ve started reviewing in February – so that’s a great sign, and value, for this subscription.
What did you think of the February Harrison Blake?