New Bespoke Post Women’s Box Available Now + 25% Coupon Code!

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Bespoke Post has designed another box for women! The Box is called Unplug. Here is the direct link to it.

Here’s everything in the Unplug box:

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Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Posted in Bespoke Post News, Subscription Box News| Tags: bespoke post | 13 comments


  1. For anyone interested (and Liz, maybe you’d like to publish a separate article about this) there is a NEW WOMEN’s BOX.

    It’s called “DETAILS”.

    To find it, just add “/box/details” to the end of the url when you visit the site 🙂

  2. I gotta agree with most comments here. I don’t understand why every single one of their “women’s” boxes have been strictly about relaxation. Everything has been bath bombs, some sort of cosmetic, and an assortment of aromatics. And of course the journals — every single Bespoke Post box seems to have a journal. Just a cheap way to up the item count I guess.

    It’d be nice to see Bespoke Post provide some sort of workout gear for women. Or maybe some corporate organizational tools like a slim briefcase/portfolio. They can take a lot of their existing boxes and add a more “feminine flavor” to them while still not drifting into gender stereotypes.

    I will say though, as a man, that most of their men’s boxes are quite gendered too. Not every man is into meat and alcohol.

    My problem with this company (and a lot of “men’s” companies these days) is that they try to make masculinity chic.

  3. Does anyone else find humor in the fact that an “unplugged” box literally has something that needs to be plugged in?

    • That was my first thought when seeing this 😄

    • That’s funny! 😂

  4. What i love about Bespoke, is that their regular boxes are alot of the times appealing to either gender. I feel like when they do the “womens box” is just a cop out as to what they *think* women will like and it ends up being like every other box out there. A boring snooze fest. You be you Bespoke, and we are going to dig your goods… no matter gender. This box is just Meh for me, that being said.

    • I always feel like the “women’s” boxes are supposed to be gifted to women you maybe don’t know so well? A lot of their regular boxes can be unisex are I’ve gifted several to women I know with interests that match the themes but this box is something I’d buy for my brother’s girlfriend or a cousin I don’t see much. They’re always around the holidays too so I can definitely see the marketing to men for girlfriends, in-laws, etc.

    • Exactly! Like so far the other boxes had a bath stuff too.. do we all constantly take baths? I tend to actually buy their regular boxes because those appeal to me too. Do I want to age whisky or get a set of sweet knives… heck yes!

  5. I tried some of that gold fuel and the taste was terrible. I threw it out, it tasted and smelled rancid. I’m sure it wasn’t but I could not put it in my body.

    • Lol I absolutely agree with you. It taste like spit up to me. I keep reading how good it is for us but it’s very hard to get away from the taste

  6. Why do they have to call it a womens box? Nearly every bespoke post box I’ve seen has been thoroughly gender neutral, including this one! Why not just remove the gendered branding and market the boxes as universal?

    • I wonder if this one is because of the socks? Not sure about men’s socks but maybe these would be too small for most men?

  7. this has me swooning

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