September Little Lace Box Subscription Box Review & $10 Coupon + October Spoilers!

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Look, I really liked last month from Little Lace Box – but September was SO FABULOUS! The theme was “A Sassy and Spirited Soiree!” I am just loving this box! One of my favorite boxes I’ve ever received!

Little Lace Box is a brand new subscription box delivering the goods to chase away the weekday blues and bringing high-end, brand name beauty, lifestyle, and home product samples to your door each month. This subscription features a new product created by an up-and-coming designer sent to your door every month, A special fashion accessory for you or your home, Also included you’ll find a selection of name brand and boutique brand products.

You can save $10 off your first box with code LLB10! Don’t forget to check out the yearly subscription option – you’ll save $8 off the cost of your box every month. 


This month had a totally different information card, full color, fold-out. It was perfect to illustrate how the curators intended you use the items (if you’d like of course!). IMG_5579

The box also came with two really fun recipe cards!IMG_5584

Hand Stamped Cocktail Napkins ($15) This is a giant stack of napkins and so cute! As we get to know more neighbors I know these are going to come in handy!


Two Monogrammed Wine Tumblers ($36) These tumblers were hand crafted by a custom barware company that also serves celebrities and politicians. VIPs need their initials on stuff!! They are all of 100 miles from my house but I wouldn’t have found them except in this box! Very cool and my entire family agreed – very high quality.

Chalkboard Coasters ($5.45) My daughter has taken endless delight in these coasters, writing all our names on our coasters and making sure they are handed out. And hey, I really should be using a coaster on my table to begin with! Apparently the thing to really use with these is chalk ink, which I just found out about, and now I’m going to have to install some sort of giant chalkboard in my house so I can justify the purchase of that.


FarmHouse Fresh Fine Body Scrub ($23) This is super nice body scrub and I’ve never used this brand before! I think the idea (shown on the information card above) to put it in a dish and encourage washing up with it is so adorable. Now that I have a guest bathroom I’ve been putting all sorts of fun stuff in there.

The Original Party Straws ($5) I admit, I love putting a straw in my coke just for the hell of it. I do. I have enough straws that I can just do it for fun.

The September Little Lace Box had a total retail value of around $75! The box is $39.99 per month, and you can save $10 on your first box with code LLB10. You can also pick up a yearly subscription for $383.90 (which is $31.99 per month). I loved this box and will absolutely use everything. What do you think?

I have October Spoilers too!

The October Little Lace Box picks up where we left off in September. Our September Little Lace Box™ was all about throwing the ultimate cocktail party.  October will be all about YOU looking fabulous at any party!

And don’t expect to get nail polish; you can get that anywhere. Subscribe now for Accessorize For Your Night Out.

The Subscription: Little Lace Box
The Description: et hand-curated, nearly impossible-to-find designer products directly to your doorstep every month. Your monthly box will be brimming with high-end, brand name beauty, lifestyle, and home product samples to treat yourself to and dazzle your friends during your next night out.
The Price: $39.99 per month
The Coupon: Save $10 on your first box! Use coupon code LLB10 !


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  • Taylor, Brianna & Aubrey

    Just a note to say that the October Little Lace Box is SOLD OUT. We typically take orders for a specific month’s box throughout that month and ship until the last day of that month (if necessary), but this month’s sales were stellar, and unfortunately we are not able to continue to offer the October box. Subscription orders are now being taken for the November Little Lace Box. The November theme is “More rapid than eagles, his coursers they came.” It will include some really great thematic finds for you AND your home. It will also come in an ugly oversized box, because there are those times when we just can’t agree on what to eliminate from a box. We can always fight about it, but we did that the whole time we were growing up together. Sometimes it’s just easier to send a bigger box. Thank you for your support.

  • heather

    i don’t like this box at all. it should fall under kitchen or food boxes not women’s beauty pampering boxes. i received ripped napkins and they did not care once i reported. i am asking for a refund.

    • KB

      Heather, to be fair we should let everyone know that you called to notify us that you did not like your box so we were happy to refund and cancel your subscription once the box with unopened product was returned. We understand a lifestyle box is not for everyone. Had you decided to keep this box we would have gladly replaced your napkins that were bent. Little Lace Box is dedicated to finding unique designs, designers and artisans and then bringing these beautiful products to your door. The napkins were hand stamped by a designer in Los Angeles. Her napkins are custom made and of the highest quality. The crystal hand engraved and monogrammed stemless wine glasses were crafted in Amish country by skilled artisans. Every item in each of our boxes has a story and a place of origin and every box has a theme. We take great care in curating these boxes in an effort to provide the highest level of design and product possible. Again, we understand this type of a subscription box is not for everyone so we hope you will find a box that is more suited to your tastes in the near future.

  • jvergin

    I love this box! And your last name isn’t “B”……

    • Brandy

      I don’t tend to go by my married initials 😉