Bespoke Post Subscription Box Review + Coupon – “Layers”
Bespoke Post is a monthly men’s subscription box. Unlike most subscription boxes, you get to preview the new Bespoke Post box offerings on the first of each month, and you can easily skip any month you aren’t interested in your account section.
This is a review of the ‘Layers’ box.
This box is still available if you want to grab it!
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The Subscription Box: Bespoke Post
The Cost: $45 a month
COUPON: Use code ADDICT25 to 25% off your first box.
The Products: Monthly lifestyle items, curated around a theme.
Ships to: US and Canada
Check out all of my Bespoke Post Reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Men’s Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Bespoke Post profile page.
We reviewed the ‘Layers’ box last November – but with the cold weather rolling in, I thought it was time to try a different option!
Each delivery arrives with an information card about the products.
Line Of Trade Flannel – Value $30-40?
Line of Trade is Bespoke Post’s in-house label – and I really love the stuff they produce!
The flannel is a really soft and warm cotton – with pops of yellow, blue, and red throughout – perfect for the season.
It fits as expected – it’s very comfortable and soft!
Men In Cities Knit Beanie – Value $20-30 (based on their cashmere beanies)?
The beanie is the exact same one that I received last year – and like I stated in the previous review, I can always use a new one heading into winter – so why not grab another wool beanie!
You can wear this as-is or fold the edge – either way looked good.
Ready for another winter!
Verdict: I knew what to expect going into this one since we had reviewed it last year – but it was also good enough to go for round two! I’m always happy to add a flannel to my closet – I’ll get a ton of use out of both items this winter.
What do you think of the Layers Bespoke Post box?