Bespoke Post is a monthly men’s subscription box. Unlike most subscription boxes, you get to preview the new Bespoke Post box offerings on the first of each month, and you can easily skip any month that doesn't interest you in your account section.
This is a review of the "Off Duty" box that may still be available.
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About Bespoke Post
The Subscription Box: Bespoke Post
The Cost: $45.00 per month for members, $55.00 if purchased without a membership.
The Products: Monthly lifestyle items curated around a theme.
Ships to: The lower 48 U.S. states for $3.95, Hawaii, Alaska, and Canada for $10.00. All orders over $75.00 qualify for free shipping.
Bespoke Post "Off Duty" Review
The box comes with a card to let you know what's in the box. On the back are instructions for stretches to help you keep limber and relaxed in your new loungewear.
Bread & Boxers Melange Long Sleeve Crew Neck - Retail Value $34.95
This shirt is very soft and stretchy, but a form fit. It is 94% Organic Cotton and 6% elastane. I typically wear a medium, but wish I had gone a size up for maximum comfort. It's OK for standing up straight in photos, but the moment I sit down, it's tight against my stomach. Maybe that says more about my body than the shirt size. I like the fit otherwise, but a bigger shirt would have been better for lounging.
Bread & Boxers Lounge Pant - Retail Value $59.95
These pants are definitely the main article of this box. I've been wearing them all weekend, and I might just go for the whole week. Believe it or not, I've never owned any sweatpants or the like. So my wife was a little surprised I picked this set, but I'm loving them. They are 100% Organic Cotton. The have two side pockets, plus one in the back. It has a ribbed drawstring waist and ankle cuffs. The site offers them in grey and olive, but I'm very happy Bespoke Post was offering them in navy. They are great for around the house or, like the site says, on your way to the gym. Unlike the shirt, I'm really happy with the medium fit. My only tiny complaint is my phone falls out of the pocket very easily. Even simply bending over to pick up after my kids, which means it happens 100 times a day.
Verdict: This is my second Bespoke Post review, but the first time I am reviewing the items I chose, which is a cool option the subscription allows for. The shirt and pant combo is so comfy, I'm having trouble wearing anything else. Normally I would have liked a choice of colors, but found the grey and navy combo perfect. It just looks the comfiest, right? The shirt is great, but not overly special in my opinion. So the pants are my favorite item, but I guess they sort of go hand in hand. This box clocks in at $94.90, which feels like a lot to me for loungewear. However, subscribers are getting it for less than half price, which is much more manageable. You're basically paying about $22.50 for each item. I only wish I had invested in some good loungewear earlier. It makes staying home so much more desirable.
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