WRISTBABE October 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon!

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WRISTBABE is a Canadian subscription that delivers a stylish watch matched to your preferences every month! When subscribing you are asked several questions about your style, and the stylists at Wristbabe choose the perfect watch for you!

DEAL: Get 25% off your first box. Use coupon code HELLO25.

The watch arrives safely wrapped around a pillow in a cute printed gift box.

My watch is a plain white face with rose gold accents and a neutral brown leather strap.

Designed by Hannah Martin, it features a simple design without numbers, as well as a smaller dial for the seconds hand.

The mechanics are stainless steel, and are water resistant. The band is genuine leather and it has a nice feel to it.

Here it is on my wrist! I found the band was fairly large on me and I have the latch through the second smallest hole on the band. I think the size suits my wrist nicely!

Wristbabe sent me a very cool watch with rose gold (my fave!) in a neutral style that literally goes with anything. I think this is a great subscription if you like wearing watches as a fashion statement, and it’s nice to wear a traditional watch instead of my Apple Watch sometimes!

Do you like wearing watches? What do you think of this subscription?

Visit WRISTBABE to subscribe or find out more!

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  • Jen
    10.18.18

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