Beachly Lifestyle Box Review – Spring 2021
Beachly is a quarterly seasonal box for women or men, stocked with apparel, accessories, and lifestyle items that have a beach-forward vibe and keep you feeling close to the ocean even if you’re landlocked. Each box costs $99.00 but will have a value of over $250.00 featuring 6-8 items from well-known brands like Aloha, Havaianas, Roxy, Billabong, Nixon, DIFF Eyewear, and more.
This is a review of their women’s box.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
About this Beach-Inspired Lifestyle Box
The Subscription Box: Beachly
The Cost: $99.00/season + shipping. Save with an annual subscription.
The Products: 6-8 pieces of premium, beach-inspired apparel, accessories & lifestyle products. Total retail value of $250+.
Ships to: The U.S. for $4.95 (including Alaska and Hawaii), Canada for $11.95
Good to Know:
Boxes are catered to your style preferences, as well as your climate. For example, if you live in a tropical climate, such as Hawaii, you won’t receive cold weather clothes such as heavy-duty outerwear or a beanie in your winter box.
Beachly Spring 2021 Review
When you first sign up for Beachly, you’ll fill out a few preferences to tailor your box to you. They also take your location into account, so you don’t have to worry about getting a tank top in the middle of winter in the midwest.
Your sizes and preferences will be saved to your account for future inquiry needs.
Saltwater LUXE Good as Gold Tank
While I don’t generally wear tanks out and about (I burn on my shoulders too easily) I do love them for sleeping and loungewear, and, let’s be honest, that is about all I have been wearing for the last year. So this little tank was a welcome addition. It is a cream color, made of super soft and slightly stretchy fabric, and features a simple gold design. I thought it fit a little oversized but I think that was the style of the top in general, and I also noticed the armholes are oversized. All in all, though, a totally cozy new top for me to enjoy this spring.
O’Neill Women’s Palm Print Lounge Pants – Retail Value $49.50
I initially went back and forth on the size I needed for these but because I have been hitting the gym hard I went with the XL and just hoped I would actually be able to model them in this review. Because they are made of a woven fabric, there is no stretch here except for the gathered waistband. Luckily, these fit me just fine! While I generally don’t dress overly “beachy” (it feels weird to do so in a land-locked state, haha) the palm pattern on these pants is really subtle and very pretty. I also feel like because of the subtle print and color choices they work well dressed up or down. They have wider legs but nothing too crazy and the smocked waistband is super comfy!
Solid and Striped Boho Beach Crossbody Bag
I think straw bags are so cute for spring! I already own another I like a little better than this one, but it is super rigid whereas this one is flexible and soft, and comes with a long crossbody strap. The inside is lined with a lime green colored print and the bag snaps closed with a magnetic closure.
Here I am in the tank, the pants, and with the purse below. It is still pretty chilly here (and I never wear tanks solo anyways) so I topped it off with a chambray buttondown.
Lano Lanolips Coconutter 101 Ointment Multi-Balm Dry Lips & Skin Treatment, 0.35 oz – Retail Value $13.50
Lanolin is one of those ingredients that really makes a huge difference on my chapped lips but there is also something about the scent and taste that I just don’t love. This balm fixes that by combining it with coconut oil which lessens those lanolin vibes and replaced them with a coconut scent and feel without sacrificing the hydration and healing. I loved this on my lips but it can also be used literally anywhere you need a little care or hydration, like knees, elbows, and cuticles.
Lotus & Luna Cowry Shell Keychain – Retail Value $12.99
These cute little keychains are made by artisans in Thailand. Mine features cowrie shells, a grey-blue tassel, and a very pretty moonstone bead. Because it has a clip I can easily add this to any bag I carry or even a belt loop to add a little something extra.
Our final item is a medium-sized coconut bowl with a rainbow on the side. I absolutely love fancy smoothie and breakfast bowls and this little shell is begging to be filled with some fruity deliciousness. It even came with a 4 ingredient recipe for a chocolate chip treat!
Verdict: This Beachly box was full of beachy yet subtle vibes, which is exactly what I prefer! There was just enough in here to make me feel sunkissed but without any of that artificial suntan lotion sort of fluff. I liked the pants a lot more than I thought I would because I can lounge or dress them up and they are beyond comfortable. I wasn’t as crazy about the tank but that is mostly because I prefer some sort of sleeve. Style-wise though, way cute. The purse was also a great choice for spring and the little items like the balm, keychain, and coconut bowl all felt on brand and super cute for this spring box. Price-wise, I can see this feeling a little high for anyone who isn’t beach obsessed, but you basically get an entire outfit and accessories to match inside this box and that’s pretty cool!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes, but these sell out quickly!
Value Breakdown: At $103.95 ($99.00 + $4.95 shipping) for this box, each of the 6 items has an average cost of $17.33.
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What do you think of the Spring box from Beachly this year?