April 2017 Harrison Blake Apparel Review + $15 OFF PROMO CODE

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Harrison Blake Apparel
The Breakdown:
Monthly | Cost: $25/month
1 necktie and 4 additional accessories
Ships via USPS | Ships to the US and Canada

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The April Harrison Blake Apparel box!

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Here’s the information card with the curated items and their values.

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Harrison Blake Aviator Sunglasses ($30) – I don’t know if I would pay $30 for these, but I do love the classic look and how they feel when you wear them! The gold frame and black lens pair well together and these will make you feel pretty awesome when you put them on. 😉

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The back.

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Opened – back.

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Opened – front.

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Harrison Blake Striped Neck Tie ($30) – Red, blue, and just the slightest hint of white! As always, good quality and very vibrant colors this month. (I’m surprised they didn’t save this for July). :p

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Close-up.

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Inner layers.

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Harrison Blake Cotton Pocket Square ($20) – This will pair perfectly with your red, blue, and white necktie. 🙂

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Details.

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Harrison Blake White Rosette Lapel Pin ($15) – Complete your look with this lapel pin!

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Harrison Blake Gold Collar Stays ($15) – These are awesome because you can replace those plastic collar stays that come with your button downs and they’re better at keeping your collars in place. (and if you forget to take them out before you wash your shirts, they won’t get deformed)

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Harrison Blake Air Freshener – This is a bonus item and smells pretty woodsy/like leather.

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Overall value: $110.00

Overall enjoyment: I think my favorite item is the collar stays because they’re so useful and reusable! The tie/pocket square/lapel trio is a little preppy in its style so if that’s not your usual look, it could be a bit out of your comfort zone.

Want to give them a try? Use SEASON to get $15 off of your first month!

 

 

*Disclosure: The above item was complimentary and received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received. I only review things that are in line with my interests and wouldn’t subject you, my dear readers, to boring products or subscriptions.

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