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Harrison Blake is a monthly subscription club that delivers 5 classy accessories and unique products. Each box will contain 1 necktie and 4 additional accessories, such as pocket squares, lapel pins, tie bars and more. Boxes will be completely coordinated and easy to style, making it simple to dress to impress.
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: “SEASON” to get $15 off your first month.
Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
Harrison Blake ships via USPS on a monthly basis.
Subscribers are billed upon sign-up and then again on the 20th of each month.
The February 2017 Harrison Blake included the following items:
~Harrison Blake Black Pattern Necktie ($25): This tie is a muted grey and navy and is a great staple piece. I can’t find the fabric content, but it feels to be like a mixture of polyester and maybe a little wool? It has a little texture to it, but it’s not a heavy tie. Like all items in this box, it’s Harrison Blake branded, so I used the information card to assign a value to it.
~Harrison Blake Navy Blue Tie Bar ($15): This a simple navy blue tie bar. It goes great with the included tie and will be a nice addition to your collection.
~Harrison Blake Winter Beanie ($25): Living in Michigan winter hats are always a much-needed item. I swear we have 9 million hats, but can we ever find one? No. I suspect my little ones will eventually end up stealing this away from my husband.
~Harrison Blake Cotton Pocket Square ($20): I love the triangle designs on here. At first glance, I thought they were sailboats, but they are for sure triangles.
~Soapstone Whiskey Rocks ($8): You store these in the freezer, and when you need a drink they are ready for you. Unlike, well, ice-cubes, they won’t dilute your drink, but will still leave it cold.
All totaled (per the information card) the February 2017 Harrison Blake had a value of $93. Again I couldn’t verify these values, but five items for $25 doesn’t seem crazy to me.