Harrison Blake Apparel
Monthly | Cost: $25/month
1 necktie and 4 additional accessories
Ships via USPS | Ships to the US and Canada
The May info card!
The items of the month and their values.
Harrison Blake Baseball Cap ($25) – Yessssss I am fan of getting baseball caps in my subscription boxes because I like wearing them when I go for outdoor walks/hikes. This one is an awesome navy (I believe you could have also received red), which works out well with the rest of my wardrobe.
And the back; it’s adjustable!
Harrison Blake No Show/Boat Socks ($7) – I actually love these too! I’m surprised they didn’t save this pair for July, but I guess May is a good month to send them out for Memorial Day and the warmer weather.
The back! These are soft and comfortable to wear.
Harrison Blake Stainless Steel Ring ($35) – This is a size 10, as you can see from the tag. I’m not sure if sending out a ring is the best choice since most guys I know only wear rings if they’re married and don’t like to fuss with wearing rings otherwise.
But it’s a nice design that isn’t too showy or flashy.
Harrison Blake Plaid Cotton Pocket Square ($20) – The pocket square! I love the pattern and the colors. 😀
Harrison Blake Anchor Necktie ($30) – This, my friends, is a great tie. I love the pattern and the slightly muted, more mature red background.
Harrison Blake Foldable Water Bottle (Bonus Item) – Foldable water bottles are great for travel and camping! I have a business trip coming up in June so I may just bring this with me in my suitcase to save space.
Overall value: $117.00
Overall enjoyment: This was a great month! The only miss would be the ring, but everything else was fantastic. My favorite item they included had to be a toss-up between the socks and the baseball cap. 😀
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*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.