One of the things that is constantly flagged up whenever I post a review of a monthly subscription box is the lack of diversity amongst the products - that and repeat items. It seems that despite being huge beauty lovers, most of us would like to see the odd trinket or fashion accessory within our boxes? Well I may have found the most perfect solution in the Treat Box by Not Shabby Very Chic - think of it as the most glorious, adult version of a lucky dip bag, delivered direct to your door each month.
From the get go I was smitten, I had no idea what would be inside the brown parcel, wrapped up in string (I can feel a song coming on) containing the contents of the Treat Box and yet I was already pleased. There was something vintage and almost nostalgic about the presentation, utterly charming and the contents were even so. Let me share what was inside the Treat Box for the month March...
- A cuter-than-cute trinket ring dish that is ideal for popping beside the sink for ensuring that your rings are safe while washing your hands, or of course on your bedside table. You may even see this in a few blog photos as a prop *wink, wink*.
- There is a slight travel theme with not only a huge (and I mean huge) scarf - you could truly use this as a wrap on the beach if you wished to. Unfolded it features an atlas print and a motivation quote. To go with the print there is a Sass and Belle, map print note book - dinky yet ideal for scribbling travel plans and maybe even memories into?
- To spruce up your home or maybe even your office there is not only a large life affirming print by the House of Jack but also four smaller, travel inspired mini-prints from Not Shabby Very Chic too.
- Lastly we have the super dinky yet utterly sweet, heart shaped, candyfloss scented wax tarts by Love Hearts Wax Tarts. The perfect way to brighten up a dull afternoon!
Who wouldn't want to come home to a box like this every now and then?
You can find out more about the Treat Box by Not Shabby Very Chic (£12 per month with free delivery) and of course subscribe here - link.
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