Geek Gear World of Wizardry Wearables June 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Geek Gear World of Wizardry Wearables is a Harry Potter themed box with only wearable items. When you sign up, let them know which house you’re in, and they’ll take care of the rest, delivering a box of magical items to you every month! WoW has multiple subscriptions – if you’re looking for the shirt subscription, be sure to select “Wearables” at checkout!

This is the third month of the World of Wizardry Wearables revamp! No longer just shirts, you’ll receive t-shirts, hoodies, jumpers, jewelry, hats, socks, scarves and more for the same price!

The wearables came protectively wrapped in yellow tissue paper.

Nice touch at the bottom of the box!

DEAL: Save 15% off with code SPECIAL15!

A tri-fold pamphlet is included, which gives more information about this month’s box contents.

It gives you a full list of all the wearables in your box.

I don’t even think this full-color multi-page booklet is necessary because the items really do speak for themselves, but it’s nice to see the variations when they have them. A flat card would suffice!

Everything in my box!

The first item came in a small giftable box.

Exclusive Key Necklace (£9.99 about $13.20) The winged keys from the series were charmed by Professor Flitwick to guard the Philosopher’s Stone.

According to Hermione’s clever deduction, the right key that would open the locked door must be an old one to match the old lock on the door. And looking at the flock, the only old key was one with a broken wing, presumably used by Quirrell to open the door.

However, this version doesn’t look old at all, but still captured the other characteristic of the key that would open the fourth chamber in the book (or in the movie), an old-fashioned silver key with bright blue wings.

Unlike the front of the key, the back doesn’t have any colors or other details on it. It’s still a good accessory, I might be able to open doors without using a wand, and it comes handy as I can always wear it around my neck!

Centaur T-Shirt (£9.99 about $13.20) The Centaurs are magical creatures that have an upper body of a human, and a horse’s from the waist down. In Potter world, the Centaurs are considered “Beasts,” as they don’t want to share the label “beings” with other magical creatures, and they dwell and protect the forests.

Centaurs appearances come in a variety of colors, from deep black to white. And looking at this design and description, I believe this is Firenze, the one who saved Harry from Voldemort.

Firenze is said to have white-blonde hair, a body light in color, and possessed astonishingly blue eyes. Though we can’t see the color of this image’s eyes, it’s okay for me to assume that he is the Divination professor. And his appearance is just fit to have on a black shirt as it looks like the design’s glowing!

Malfoy Family T-Shirt By Abbygale Malaga (£9.99 about $13.20) Not only one, but a family of Death Eaters are featured in this shirt… none, other than the Malfoys!

Draco is featured at the center of the shirt, occupying most of the design space. At the sides are Lucius and Narcissa, and it looks like they literally have their son’s back, I guess with doing Death Eater works! You can also notice the green border, I believe it represents them being Slytherins.

Exclusive Jumper By Abbygale Malaga (£19.99 about $26.41) A good design again from Abbygale! A nice take on Shepard Fairey’s HOPE.

It features our favorite half-giant, Hagrid, which also cares for most Magical Creatures in Hogwarts! The sweater is comfy enough and will surely keep you warm during those chilly days! If this wasn’t a UK box I might whine a bit about a sweatshirt, but I guess they need more of them up there!

This picture got us all really excited! It’s our favorite magical creature, of course!

The wearables this month are truly magical. Abbygale is also becoming one of our favorite artists for the wearable designs, her unique style is just captivating and we’re looking forward to more of her work, like Risa Rodil (we missed her in this box!). The shirt designs actually don’t feature many colors but they still work as well! We love getting Potter-themed wearables and this box is definitely one of our most-awaited each month, sending us fresh and FUN-tastic designs! And it’s really easy to switch sizes between me and the kids, or getting another Geek Gear subs, I just need to log in to my account and voila! Task easily done!

What do you think of this month’s Geek Gear World of Wizardry Wearables selections?

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