SprezzaBox Review – June 2015 + Coupon
Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. I received this box for review.
SprezzaBox is a style subscription box for men and each box comes with 3-4 lifestyle items and 1 grooming product. Boxes are $28.00/month and they are filled with stylish clothing and trendy clothing and accessories that are designed to help men be more stylish.
Coupon: Use this link with the code SPREZZA5.
Shipping: SprezzaBox ships to USA and Canada
What’s in the box? Each box will contain 3-4 lifestyle items and 1 grooming product.
SprezzaBox comes in a white box and ships to USA and Canada.
First Look: The theme for this month is “Liberty Box”.
An information card is included with all the items int he box and the retail values.
Mosiac Menswear Neck TIe $35.00 This is a 100% silk tie and it in some great colors. My husband doesn’t have to dress up for work, but he loves this tie and will use it for some summer formal events.
DHA 1 Pocket Square $15.00 This pocket square is a nice neutral color and it matches the tie. The company gives a portion of their profits to fund eye surgeries for the blind across the world.
American Trench Socks $14.50 These American made socks are made from water-repellent rip-stop nylon and are a great color.
Paul Evans Shoehorn $18.00 This shoe horn is made of nice leather and it won’t damage your shoes. My dad uses shoehorns, so I am giving this to him.
Marvis Toothpaste (sample size) $1.32 My husband is pretty sure he has tried this before and was pleased to get it again. This is mint flavored and has a pretty manly packaging.
Final Thought: This box contains $83.82, which is a really high value. My husband really doesn’t dress up much, but he still enjoyed this box. The socks can be worn anytime and the tie is dressy, but not too dressy. SprezzaBox is a really nice lifestyle box for men. If you want to try SprezzaBox, use this link with the code SPREZZA5 to save $5.00.
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Disclosure: I received this box free for review. My opinions are my own