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SprezzaBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2017

SprezzaBox is a fashionable accessory subscription service for men. Each month they provide curated and dapper lifestyle and grooming products.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.

The Subscription Box: SprezzaBox

The Cost: $28/month (save more with annual subscriptions)

COUPON: Use code MSA10OFF to save $10 on your first box!

The Products: 4-5 lifestyle items and 1 grooming product.

Ships to: US (shipping included) and Canada (+$6 shipping; customs may apply) Please see their Shipping Info page for further details on worldwide orders.

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This month’s box was theme was The Beekman.

You’ll get an information card that details the theme along with each item in the box.

Each item has the value listed – these are the values that I’ll use for the review.

Jack Sartori Necktie – Value $78

This has to be up there with one of the expensive ties from SprezzaBox!

Jack Sartori is an Italian company, and while this is pricey and I don’t know that much about why neckties cost what they do, you can feel how well made it is when you first pick it up.

It’s 100% cotton and easily the softest tie I’ve ever owned. In terms of design – I love it – it’s simple and can be paired with a lot of looks.

Grand Frank Pocket Square – Value $16

This month includes a pocket square that perfectly ties into the yacht/sailboat theme.

The square is highlighted by an anchor pattern!

It pairs nicely with every thing in the box, too. It keeps that calm look of the tie while bringing in a pop of blue that plays nicely off of…

Bedford & Broome Socks – Value $12

Shark socks! You can’t get more nautical than that. This pair of dress socks comes from Brooklyn company, Bedford & Broome.

These are dress socks, so they’re on the thin side – but it also means they can easily breathe and are comfortable – and you can’t beat sharks on a sock.

AusCufflinks Cufflinks – Value $24.95

The final dressy item also perfectly pairs with that nautical feel – a pair of sailboat cufflinks!

Each cufflink comes individually wrapped to arrive in perfect condition – I can’t think of a better way to finish off the look!

Dappered Man Leather Key Fob – Value $10

You’ll get this genuine leather key fob from SprezzaBox’s in-house brand, Dappered Man.

It comes with the leather strap to hold on to, but also a little carabineer if you’re looking to attach it to a duffle bag – I like that aspect, it’s flexible and be carried in a number of ways.

Ursa Major Face Wash – Value $6

The final item in the box is a travel size version of Ursa Major’s face wash.

Ursa Major is one of my preferred brands (thanks, subscription boxes!) so I was more than happy to find it this month. This face wash not only exfoliates and cleans, but it smells great – with hints of citrus and green tea!

Finally – they also tossed in a $50 voucher to be used a Lawrence Hunt. This is a pretty good deal! Their dress shirts are about $88 a piece – so you can grab one for only $38!

Verdict: They stuck to their theme really well this month – and sent out men’s fashion staples – so I think this is another really good month of SprezzaBox. On top of that, all of the accessories will pair nicely together, giving you a cohesive look. If you’re looking to build your wardrobe, this is another good subscription box option that always sends out excellent value in each shipment!

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Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

Posted in SprezzaBox Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Men| Tags: sprezzabox | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. Hi Eric,

    I have a coupon for July box for $20 including a second mystery bonus box. I will like to know if this mystery bonus box is another month complete sprezzabox, or just a box with some additional product.

    Do somebody know? I have one day to order. Thank you.

    • I think the BONUSBOX20 code is still an active promo – it’s for two boxes, one plus another complete mystery box (one of their older boxes.)

      I clicked on a link that said it would be the July box – but I’ve seen the same code saying that it comes with the August Box and another ad for the September box! I’m guessing the code just applies to whatever month’s box it is (or maybe the previous month’s box) and then you also get an older complete mystery box. I am emailing Sprezza support to clarify, but I am guessing that even though I signed up through a ‘July’ ad I am likely getting the September box + an older mystery box.

      • Yep, the promo was for the sign up month’s box + one older, complete mystery box. I ended up with the September box, plus the July box as my mystery box. They’d been having troubles with slow shipping which they are trying to fix, but I got both boxes in just a little over two weeks, so that wasn’t bad.

        This box is such a neat find!! I’ll probably only get 2-3 boxes a year though since I’m using them for gifts for dad/brother/husband/etc.

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