UrbaneBox for Women Clothing Review + Coupon – December 2018


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UrbaneBox is a monthly clothing and accessory subscription box. Each box includes 2-3 pieces picked for you by a stylist. The items are yours to keep!

When you sign up, you’ll take a style quiz and give your sizing preferences.

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

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About UrbaneBox

The Subscription Box: UrbaneBox

The Cost: $60 per box + free US shipping

COUPON: Use code FB20 to save $20 off your first box

The Products: 2-3 products selected for you by a stylist based on your style and preferences. Everything is yours to keep.

Good to know: Members can request an additional box or skip a month anytime by emailing customer service. UrbaneBox also offers a men’s subscription.

Also, for every box purchased, UrbaneBox donates $1 towards helping children. You can read more about their charitable causes here.

Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $25

UrbaneBox December 2018 Review

UrbaneBox tends to vary a lot in the styles they send. Lately, I’ve noticed more and more of their in-house branded clothing is included. This month I received a sweater, a thin cardigan, and a belt. I’m thinking they are intended to wear together. Let’s check them out and see!

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UrbaneBox Split Collar Sweater, Size M

This cream-colored, lightweight sweater is a simple basic that I could definitely use in my wardrobe. Unfortunately, the fit is just not that flattering and the quality feels a bit cheap. The split collar is cute but I don’t like that I can see the bulky seams on the inside of the neckline. Although I won’t wear this out and about, it is pretty soft and comfortable, so I’ll just keep it with my comfy clothes.

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UrbaneBox Leather Belt, 40in

Now, I’m liking this belt! It’s a little less than an inch wide and long enough to be worn around my waist or hips. The gold buckle compliments the red-brown leather well and should wear nicely over time. I don’t have many brown belts, so I’m glad to add this to my wardrobe.

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UrbaneBox Blazer Cardigan, Size M

Hmm…this piece has a lot of style potential, but I can’t help but notice it feels cheap like the sweater. The fabric, a cotton/poly mix, feels thin and stiff and the construction is pretty sloppy. I had to belt it because the inside of the lapels just flap around when I wear the cardigan open. Plus, the fit feels small overall. I do like some elements, like the print and the cut of the collar, but the construction issues make it hard to wear.

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There is a flat rate envelope for any returns/exchanges you have. You simply log on to your account and request a return label if needed. Return shipping is free when exchanging sizes.

 Verdict: This month, UrbaneBox sent me three items. I like the belt but am not impressed by the other items due to their lack of quality. There isn’t any information online about UrbaneBox’s in-house clothing line, but it seems that they are shifting toward including it over other brands. I haven’t had issues with poor quality in the past, so I’m hopeful that this is just an off month.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? UrbaneBox curates its boxes based on each individual’s preferences. What you get might not be the same as what I got, but you also might get something that fits your style and body even better than the looks above! Sign up and see what they choose for you!

Coupon: Use code FB20 to save $20 off your first box

Value Breakdown: At $60 for this box, each item averages out to $20 each.

Check out all of our UrbaneBox reviews, the Women’s Subscription Box Directory for more clothing subscription services!

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

What do you think of my UrbaneBox items this month?

Written by Tiffany Waldorf

Tiffany Waldorf

Tiffany found out about subscription boxes from a friend who followed MSA. The curiosity started with mystery beauty boxes and grew into an addiction from there. Beauty, clothes, home…she loves the sight of a subscription box in the mail.

Posted in Clothing Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women, UrbaneBox Reviews| Tags: urbane box | 5 comments

5 Comments

  1. This one looks like a miss and I agree with your review, the clothing looks cheap. The cost should be more like $40 per box IMO.

  2. There is a place on their site that explains they charge if you get a discount and cancel after one box – I’m just lazy and never read those things. When I cancelled after my first box of a very thin maxi dress sleeveless in the fall and petite unsized blazer (I am not petite), I was too late to cancel my second box, which was fine since I received a gorgeous top I receive lots of compliments on and an ordinary sweater, but I did not continue because they are hit and miss and the quality does seem cheap. I had ordered business casual too.

  3. $60 seems absurd considering you can get better quality clothing at a cheap store like F21 for much less.

  4. Be aware of this company . The quality of the items in my first box was terrible and when I canceled they charged me a $35 “canceling fee”. When I asked what that was about they replied that it’s because i signed up with a discount. But there was no announcement when i signed up that I will be charged a fee if I cancel.
    Just a thing to consider before subscribing.

  5. You always seem to get such nice things. I did ok the first month when I just went with casual clothes, but then I tried business casual the second month and they sent me a hippy-dippy monstrosity maxi-dress that was a foot too long with my highest heels and was embellished with peacock feathers! Thankfully it fit a friend’s daughter – but I don’t have 60 bucks a month to risk on something that doesn’t fit and isn’t suitable! Too bad because it would be a decent deal if you could rely on the clothes being wearable and common-denominator taste-wise.

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