Menlo Club, formerly Five Four Club, is a men’s clothing monthly subscription club – sign up, pick a style profile and your sizes, and get clothes every month. The subscription is a $60 flat monthly fee, and traditionally subscribers receive a variable number of items each month, depending on the value of the month’s selections (months with several items usually include a tee-shirt or other lower value item). This subscription ships at the end of the month. Along with the curated monthly packages, members will receive up to 25% off items in the Menlo House E-Commerce store, as well as free shipping on all orders and access to exclusive member-only items.
All the items are neatly packed inside a black wrapping paper for extra security.
The Menlo Club product rotation is discussed more below.
A calendar of Menlo Club’s offerings per month. This schedule provides a balanced wardrobe replenishment through the course of the year. The Menlo Club subscriptions will include Five Four clothing, shoes from the New Republic footwear line made in collaboration with Mark McNairy, and the Grand AC athletic and leisurewear line. New Republic and Grand AC items each will be featured two months of the year, with Five Four selections appearing in the remaining eight months.
We also got this paper that lists the items inside the package.
Everything I received this month!
I’m excited to try all of them out! They look really good!
Pomona Long Sleeve Shirt Purple Long Sleeve. This long-sleeved shirt has a white and purple checkered design with white buttons that go all the way down. I like that the color is not too bright. It’s just perfect for a weekend casual look, and I can also style it for a smart casual event.
The sleeves are cuffed and you can button them up for a more relaxed look.
There is a small hoop at the back which you can use to hang the shirt when not in use.
There is also a brand tag on the bottom part of the shirt.
Norin Polo Heather Gray Polo. Casual and versatile, this heather gray short-sleeved polo is made with cotton and comes with a classic flip collar. It’s easy to pair with other pieces in my wardrobe and it looks good whether with shorts or jeans.
The brand tag can be found at the lower left of the polo. It also has side slits and a ladder stitch hem.
The classic collar comes with a 3 button placket. You can button up all three or leave one unbuttoned, and it still looks good!
Alonzo NVY Pullovers. This pullover is soft and comfortable. Tops like these are my go-to pieces on cold days!
Unlike the other two that have the brand tags sewn on them, this one has the Five Four logo printed on it. It also has a ribbed hem that adds a touch of coziness to the whole look.
It has a ribbed neckline and ribbed cuffs as well.
There is a small loop so you can hang it when not in use. This pullover has just the right amount of thickness to keep me feeling warm and comfortable!
This month’s clothing pieces from Menlo Club fit my own style really well. My favorite is definitely the heather gray polo shirt, as it’s lightweight and comfortable to wear. Whether with pants and dress shoes for a smart casual look or a short and a pair of rubber shoes for a more laid back style, it looks really good. The pullover and the checkered long-sleeved shirt are also pretty versatile. Overall, I’m quite pleased with this subscription club! They never fail to send awesome items that suit my tastes, making it easy for me to keep my wardrobe updated! Unfortunately Menlo Club is having some delays, and has already said that the next month has been delayed.
What do you think of this men’s clothing subscription?