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Menlo Club Subscription Review + Coupon – April 2019

Tiffany Waldorf
ByTiffany WaldorfMay 29, 2019 | 3 comments

Menlo Club
3.8 overall rating
6 Ratings | 8 Reviews

Menlo Club is a monthly men’s clothing subscription service. You take a brief survey when you sign up (style, fit, and size preferences) and they send a curated package of Five Four contemporary wear, Grand AC athletic wear, and New Republic accessories. On average, you receive two items per month and every month is different. Plus, receive easy size exchanges, free shipping, and pause or cancel anytime.

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

About Menlo Club

The Subscription Box: Menlo Club

The Cost: $60 a month

The Products: 2 items of men's clothing/accessories (on average) curated to your preferences

Ships to: Contiguous US for free, Alaska and Hawaii for $7, Canada for $25, and the UK for $30

Good to Know: Menlo Club members also receive up to 25% off items in the Menlo House E-Commerce store, as well as free shipping on all orders and access to exclusive member-only items.

Menlo Club Review "Living Your Perfect Weekend" April 2019

You can check out the blog post and video for April's collection on Menlo House's blog. This is a great way to get a peek at what each style profile will be receiving each month. Hint...you can update your profile if you want different items.

I've recruited John to help model and review this box. It's his first month of Menlo Club and he received 3 items: a top, a backpack, and some sneakers for his "Mix" style profile. Let's check them out!

Five Four Roberto Long Sleeve Polo in Green, L

A short sleeve polo similar to this one was teased in Menlo's sneak peek for April. Actually, all the teased shirts were short sleeve, so it's a bit strange for a long-sleeve shirt to be included. It's already too hot here for long sleeves, but I think this 100% pique cotton polo shirt will be great for fall. I like the forest green on John and think the sleeves look best scrunched up since the shirt is a bit long overall.

New Republic Ray Backpack in Navy

Who knew that the style of book bags we carried as kids would be back in style for us as adults. Well, Menlo knew and they included this simple navy canvas backpack in John's selections this month. The large main compartment is zippered and has a padded laptop pocket inside. Then there is a smaller zipper pocket on the front for smaller items. The bit of flair on this pack, the zipper pull and the handle, have a pop of orange.

New Republic Ellroy Sneaker in Black, 10

Gone are the days when John only wore tennis shoes or sandals. He has now entered into the world of cool low-tops for the summer. These are classic black canvas and white sole sneakers with long, white, waxed laces. They look great with shorts and will transition easily into cooler weather with cuffed pants or funky socks.

Verdict: I think this was a good start to this subscription for John. His favorite item is the pair of sneakers and I like the green polo though I don't think it fits the time of year right now. I'm impressed with how much time and effort gets put into the blog posts for the upcoming month and like the idea that you can update your style profile anytime according to the sneak peeks. I hope to see some fun summer colors and lighter fabrics for May's package.

Check out the blog post for May to get a peek at what you'll receive!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? All Menlo Club deliveries are based on your profile, so you're not guaranteed to get the same items.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $60 + free shipping, which means that each of the 3 items in the box has an average cost of $20.

Check out all of the Menlo Club reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Men's Clothing Subscriptions in the Subscription Box List. 

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What do you think of John's first month of Menlo Club? What did you get in your latest shipment?

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Menlo Club is a men's clothing subscription brand that eliminates the hassle of shopping by putting together stylish and quality outfits that are sent right to your door. Menlo Club's team of stylists pair 2-3 pieces of apparel (valued at over $100) in each month's package. These pieces of apparel c... read more.
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.

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I think the coupon is actually to get your first box for $45 and the sunglasses, not to get $45 off.

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My bf tried this once during a black friday deal. I don’t recall what he paid, but it *sounded* like a good deal. Sunglasses, a jacket and shoes in addition to a normal box for the month. Well, the jacket was an ugly raincoat. The shoes were white dad shoes. There was a sweater that looked like a varsity jacket for old men and the sunglasses were hilariously bad. It was like…wow, you couldn’t find a single good item to put together?

Never again. Not even once.

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That’s what happened to us! That ‘jacket’ was garbage, and that’s where it went. The rest of it went to goodwill. Never again.

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