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Little Lace Box
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: Use code “Rambling10” to save $10 off your first box.
Little Lace Box, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a subscription service that delivers hand-curated, nearly impossible-to-find designer products directly to your doorstep every month. Boxes will be brimming with high-end, brand name beauty, lifestyle, and home product samples to treat yourself to and dazzle your friends during your next night out.
Little Lace Box ships via USPS Priority Mail. This month’s box seemed to ship a bit earlier in the month than normal which was likely because of the holiday next week.
I was beyond excited to check out this month’s box. They had indicated that it was going to be the most valuable Little Lace Box to date and also had mentioned that it would be shipping in an oversized box which had me intrigued!
As you can see this box was packed full! There were so many goodies in here I didn’t even know where to start. And like they do with every box, there was a hand-written note included. I love that!
The November 2014 Little Lace Box theme was “The Night Before Christmas”. They advertise the theme in advance so you know if it’s something you are interested in or not which is awesome. Here is what the amazing November Little Lace Box included:
~Lemon Angora Fluff Mukluks ($49.99): Yes, yes, yes. A million times yes! I love these. And I already want the other colors they have in their shop. They are totally 100% perfect for a night like tonight. It’s cold and snowy out and I have the fireplace on. And like the LLB girls, I could totally see myself wearing these out of the house by accident. So cozy.
~Hillhouse Naturals Vintage Farmhouse Christmas Candle ($28.70): According to the information card, this candle has a 100 hour burn time which is insanity. They also said that you should burn the candle one hour for every inch in diameter to ensure a perfect burn, which in this case works out to 4.5 hours per night. Thank goodness they did the math for me on this one because I was not excited about breaking out my ruler and my calculator. This candle smells amazing and is already in my guest bathroom!
~Holiday Matches from North Pole Match Manufacturing ($2.99): Well of course you need Santa matches to light your new candle! The box on this is adorable and I’ll totally use these.
~Keeton Infinity Scarf ($29.99): I got a somewhat similar scarf from Stitch Fix last month which I loved, so it’s no surprise I love this one too. It’s huge and cozy and yeah, I’ll be wearing this in the drop-off line in the morning at school ;).
~Red Dear Santa Pillow ($16.99): There were four variations of this pillow sent out, but I love this one! It’s kind of perfect for L, who has started on his Christmas list and already has an insane amount of items on it. It’d probably just be easier if he showed Santa this.
~Pre De Provence Luxe Lavender Bath Salts ($11.69): Little Lace Box suggests using this on Christmas Eve to take a nice long soak and forget about all the holiday shopping / wrapping presents, etc. I may actually to try make that my goal on Christmas Eve this year. It’s always so nuts that I would love a calm bath after we go to our Christmas Eve Event!
~Pre De Provence Luxe Lavender Body Butter ($15.99): And after your bath, you can use this fabulous body butter! The odds of me being able to save it that long are slim though because it does smell really good.
~Bonus Item: Timber Green Woods Snowflake Ornament ($14.95): I believe that everyone got a bonus item, but I am not 100% sure if they were all the same this month (they were not last month). I am thrilled with the ornament and will be hanging it on my tree this year!
All totaled I came up with a value of $171.29 for the November 2014 Little Lace Box which is pure insanity since this box is only $39.99/month! And that doesn’t even include shipping which would be an additional $10+ since they use Priority Mail! I am beyond impressed by this box and I kid you not, they may end up replacing PopSugar as my favorite subscription box!
Also included in the box was a little information on the December Little Lace Box. The theme is “A Fresh New Start” and focuses on products just for YOU (not your home). They were careful to point out that it’s not a fitness or self-help box, but rather is based on a belief that there are certain items that a person can receive that make them feel better about themselves. After getting this box I am even more excited to see what’s in the December box! They also noted that they understand that December is a difficult month because of all the gifts we purchase for others, so if you want to skip the December Little Lace Box, just shoot them an e-mail before the 30th of November and let them know.
What do you think of Little Lace Box? If you are interested in ordering (wouldn’t this box make an incredible holiday gift) or just want to learn more, click here and don’t forget to use the coupon code “Rambling10” to save $10 off your first box. The November box is sold out, but you can still get the December one! ETA: You can also use the coupon code “Winter15” through 12.15.14, to save 15% off your entire purchase in their online boutique (does not include subscription purchases).