Thank you to SprezzaBox for sending product to facilitate this feature post.
Father’s Day is right around the corner! Do you have a gift picked out for your dad yet? If you are still looking for something unique and affordable for Father’s Day this year (something more than just a tie) then give SprezzaBox a try!
SprezzaBox is a men’s subscription service delivering expertly curated products – right to dad’s door. For $28 dollars per month, dad will get to choose which box fits his style best. Each month he will receive between three to six accessories, grooming or lifestyle products. There are monthly or prepaid plan options available. Some of the items in past SprezzaBoxes have included: socks, ties, pocket squares, backpacks, hats, water bottles, sunglasses, pens, card holders, tie clips, flasks, watches and much more.
The box pictured above is called the Highlander. This box gives a nod to Scotland. Each SprezzaBox has a different theme.
The Highlander includes:
~ Navy Herringbone Tie from Bedford & Broom.
~ White & Navy Paisley Pocket Square from Four Fifty Five.
~ Matte Black Bennkai Manacure Set.
~ Classic Strong Mint Marvis Toothpaste.
~ Red, Blue & Grey Argyle Flyte Socks.
These fun products would be perfect to help keep dad looking and feeling spiffy this summer. If this box isn’t quite your dad’s style, check out the SprezzaBox website for more box options. There are boxes tailored to men with many different styles and interests. Box options change each month, and alternate between boxes that are classic favorites and brand new choices.
Buy It: Head over to SprezzaBox to see for yourself the great selection of products they offer.
Use code EMILY20 for 20% off your first SprezzaBox!
Hi, my name is Asha. I am 31-years-old and am a nurse by profession. My husband and I have been married for over five years and together we have a sweet four-year-old daughter, a one-year-old son, and a lovable bunny named Caramel. I enjoy spending time with family, taking photographs, scrapbooking, hunting, fishing, cooking and gardening.
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