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Ivory Clasp Handbag Subscription Review + Coupon – May 2018

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Ivory Clasp is a monthly women’s accessories subscription that’s all about clutches, totes, backpacks, and all things purses!

ivory clasp packaging

When you sign up, you’ll fill out the Ivory Clasp questionnaire, letting their stylists know what patterns, colors, materials, and shapes you prefer in the bags you buy. Ivory Clasp will curate a series of bags that they’ll email you—pick your favorite within their set selection period, or let the stylists choose for you!

My Subscription Addiction received this box for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

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About Ivory Clasp Purse Subscription

The Subscription Box: Ivory Clasp

The Cost: $49.00 per month (or now quarterly, if you prefer) with free shipping and full refunds if you’re unhappy with your bag. (Be sure to follow the guidelines on this FAQ page to ensure your refund.)

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first month!

The Products: On-trend, brand name (though not high-end brand name) purses, including handbags, satchels, crossbody bags, boho bags, tote bags, fashion backpacks, and more.

Good to Know: Ivory Clasp recently changed their system so that you have the option to choose from a selection of bags each month. (They’ll notify you via email when it’s time to choose!) If you don’t choose by the deadline, Ivory Clasp’s stylists will pick for you based on your style preferences.

Ships to: Free standard shipping to the US. International shipping varies by destination.

Ivory Clasp Handbag Subscription for May 2018

nivea lotion packets

nivea lotion samples

In addition to my bag, I got a few samples for Nivea body lotion.

handbag rescue packets

handbag rescue

BONUS: 2 Packets Handbag Rescue – Buy 10 for $9.99 here

These little wipes should help me keep my new bag in good shape. They’re made from a natural formula that works on bags, leather shoes, and more. I’ll keep these in the inside pocket of my bag for little emergencies.

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ivory clasp bag with shoulder strap

ivory clasp black purse from behind

With212 The Essex Satchel in Black – Retail Value $118.00 (Found here for $49.00)

Here’s the faux leather bag I ended up picking this month! This 9″ x 13″ x 6.25″ bag is on the bigger side, so it’s great for work get-togethers. It’s a little too tight for a laptop, but it’s great for when I’ve got a notebook and a planner and a makeup bag to tote around.

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striped lining in black ivory clasp purse

with 212 ivory clasp purse

The details of this smooth bag feel really modern and crisp. The shoulder strap is handy, though the handles are big enough for me to loop over my shoulders, too! I also love the pop of gold metal here and there.

ivory clasp bag on model

ivory clasp black bag in models hands

I think it looks pretty sharp, don’t you? I’m totally using it for professional outings!

The Verdict: I really liked this bag from Ivory Clasp! It’s big and spacious, plus it’s sturdy. The structure gives it a lot of polish, so it’s great for when I’m trying to look spiffy. I like that there’s still some curation each month, but that I still get control over which bag in the selection I pick. I have noticed that a lot of the bags I’ve gotten recently are this With212 brand—I hope some new brands or styles start popping up for the new season!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? You can definitely still sign up, but what bag you get depends on what you enter into your style profile and what’s available. There’s no guarantee that you’ll get to pick this same look, but you might get something else that’s just your style!

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first month!

Value Breakdown: Ivory Clasp costs $49.00 per month, but I received a bag that retails for $118.00.

Check out all of our Ivory Clasp reviews and the Women’s Accessory Box List!

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!

What did you get from Ivory Clasp this month?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

11 Comments

  1. This is one of those subs that remind me of the old adage – you get what you pay for. This bag looks like something my grandma would have liked, and I’m in my 50s. I wouldn’t be caught dead with it.

    • Eh, that’s being a little too critical. Everyone has different tastes. I had a similar bag when I was working at a job where I had to pack hundreds of files with me. Sometimes a lady needs a useful bag.

  2. I had pushed my renewal date out hoping that they would have better bags to pick from, and stupidly forgot to cancel so I was stuck picking one this month being I was billed. I picked a purple one by this same brand that was renewed here. I wrote in the text box that they made me as a reason why when I canceled that I have an outlet mall right around the corner here that I can get Coach, MK, Kate Spade etc for this price so why would I want to buy a none known brand for that price? I wish they had more to pick from and brand names but they don’t so I actually parted ways now.

  3. I change my bag with the seasons. Fall, winter, spring, summer. I just picked up a white one; D&B for Summer.

  4. That bag is huge. it looks like you could fit in it. Definitely not a cross body bag. it would be in the way and the handles would get into everything.

    Ivory Clasp lost my business when they went exclusively with house brands and fake leather.

  5. I change bags fairly often, but I love Coach, which I can get on the outlet website or outlet stores for not much more than this sub price. These bags are $5 at best, they are cheap looking and not my style at all. Glad some people like them, but I don’t understand paying a premium price for a subpar item. You can also find name brand bags for less at Marshall’s, TJ Maxx, Beall’s Outlet, etc. I don’t know how this sub is still in business.

  6. There is no way a faux leather bag is worth over 100.00. For 50.00 i can buy a real leather purse. And they aren’t even a name brand. Sorry even though im addicted to monthly subscriptions this one is not a good value in my view.

  7. I dropped them because their selection doesn’t change much between quarters. The bag pictured has been offered for probably 6+ months. They were also offering me bags that were not in my profile such as fringed bags, boho style, and others. I’d rather shop TJ Maxx or Marshall’s and put my hands on the bag to check it out and shop for a new one when I feel I need one.

  8. I definitely have a purse problem. I change mine out often but I buy name brands like Jessica Simpson, Relic, and Fossil at Goodwill for pennies on the dollar. I actually found a beautiful big Fossil several months ago that I haven’t wanted to stop carrying.

  9. Do people switch their bags out so often? Like I have a backpack, a clutch, and a giant bag. Oh yeah, and that little bag from Popsugar Limited box. But for $600/year, I could invest in a couple of really nice bags. Like there is this Alexander Wang I’ve been drooling over but obviously can’t afford. So just curious if having a lot of bags is a thing?

    • I love bags and would change my out all the time. I used to have over 150 bags that ranged in price from $1 to $350. Since I only used them for a week at a time or so they stayed in great condition. For my 1st mothers day last year my husband bought me and extremely expensive bag. Which now is the only bag I use because when I tried to use my old bags he said why when I had the new bag was I using my old ones. He didn’t understand my obsession with bags. I have not gotten rid of all but 5 bags and very rarely change them now.

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