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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Little Lace Box January Review

I've gone from subscribing to several subscription boxes to just two absolute favorites (yes, I even dropped PopSugar Must Have in exchange for Little Lace Box! and kept Ipsy as well).

Little Lace Box is a newer subscription and became wildly popular immediately. There is a wait list and boxes sell out quickly, so I'm glad I have a monthly subscription and don't have to worry about stalking their page when the boxes go on sale each month!You can join their wait list if you can't purchase a subscription now. It is $39.99 a month (same as PopSugar but so much more original and better!) but you can use code LLB10 for $10 off your first box of a monthly subscription.   

The theme for the January box is "The Dining Car" and was selected to commemorate the beginning of the fifth season of Downton Abbey. I was so excited about this month!
It arrived in a large brown box and everything was packaged well. Digging in was such fun.
I pulled out the regular red Little Lace Box and a tea pot!
*Siena Tea Collection - Tea for One ($29.99) This is such a lovely set, I can't wait to use it (it would make an excellent gift as well).
Unfortunately, the saucer in the bottom arrived broken. I'm not sure how, as the box was protected to the max. I contacted Little Lace Box and they responded immediately and will be sending a replacement. Excellent customer service.
*Royal Apothic Bubble Cream ($18.99) This is bath gel but lathers up so nicely. And the vintage packaging is amazing. Can you say pampering?!

*Beekman 1802 Authentic Hand-forged Britannia Fruit Spoon ($19.99) This was hand-forged by a master blacksmith with Britannia metal. This mold is an actual late 18th-century spoon mold that was found in the back of an abandoned shop on the grounds of the Beekman Mansion. 
While I didn't think I could get excited about a spoon the detail is just amazing. Imagine serving a bowl of fresh strawberries in the summer with this spoon! It will be something to pass down to the children as well. I actually love it!
*Lucy Bs Roll-on Perfume Oil ($16.99) This smells delicious and quite sophisticated! 

*Classic Edwardian Hair Jewelry Bobby Pin Set ($21) Who knew there was a Downton Abbey Collection?! Each silver fastner features white diamond Czech jewels that decorate Edwardian era filigree. It can't help but scream vintage!
*Capital Bee Raw Hand Cut Holly Honeycomb - Yum!!!

*How to Be a Lady ($16.99) Manners are timeless. I can't wait to dive into this book.

The information card alone is worth a read. I love the detailed descriptions of the box contents (on the other side). The sneak peek for the February Little Lace Box is "The Lovers, The Dreamers and Me". Based on the song by Paul Williams'. This will be a box for those of us who are still searching. And a box for those who've found it. It will include hidden gems for you AND your home!

I'm thinking this subscription box is the best of what I've ever received. I can't wait to see what the February box includes!

Disclaimer: Referral Links included in post. 


  1. Okay, I "caved" and had to sign up through the link. Seems like you get a lot of high quality things for the money and I'm excited to see what the February box is like (looks like I signed up in time to get it!) :). Thanks for sharing this review! --Dorothea

    1. Yay - we can await our February boxes together! So excited!!



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