Alltrue Fall 2021 Spoiler #1!

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We have the first spoiler for the Alltrue Fall 2021 Box!

DEAL: Save 20% ($10.99) on your first box when you use this link and coupon code FA21!

If you sign up for an Annual Membership, you will be able to customize your box and save an additional $20 on your membership for the year!

Annual subscribers may choose between one of the following items – seasonal subscribers will get one:

Kitchen Innovations Silicone & Beechwood Measuring Spoon Set

Molly’s Suds Natural Wool Dryer Balls (Set of 3)

Grown Alchemist Hydra Repair Day Cream

And the designer for the Fall box – Hola Lou (photo is not of artist):

Fall is full of good things. There are the welcome wafts of cooler air and fire-hued leaves, of course, but there’s also something else: a fresh start feeling that’s at once subtle and powerful. As we slough off summer’s hazy, languid energy and step into the first days of autumn, we regain the energy to imagine, build, change, and grow. It’s the perfect moment to assess our habits, set our intentions, and begin to create meaningful change in our lives and in the world.
Using an abstract approach to image-making inspired by minimalism and modernism, Mexico-based fall artist Hola Lou at once captured and wove together this shifted focus with the changing landscape, textures, and textiles of autumn. Look closely, and you’ll see burnt hues, bold rain storms, a full sun emerging from behind heavy clouds, and the wooly feel of cold-weather coats and scarves.

From the outer artwork to the stories and items inside, the Fall Box, like each Alltrue Box, was curated to inspire tangible action — small, personal changes and choices that make a real difference — and remind us of the broader strokes of change occurring outside ourselves.

Currently Alltrue offers a “membership that matters” with a quarterly subscription box curated with full-size socially conscious products for women. In each box, you’ll receive 5-8 seasonal lifestyle products that are focused on ethical and sustainable production, donate a percentage of profits to charity, or aim to inspire and empower others. They also offer ”seasonal markets, inspiration for intentional living, and a community that cares.” You can upgrade your subscription box to include Alltrue’s editorial print magazine All Good Things for $7.95/quarter. You can also upgrade to a carbon-neutral shipping option for $1/quarter.

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  • KayKay

    I see they’ve recycled the Grown Alchemist day cream that’s probably been sitting around for two years.

  • Kj

    Such a lame set of options that have been overdone and added to every box out there. Who doesn’t have a 1/2 dozen measuring spoons and dryer ball sets by now. Plus grown alchemists is in every other box.

    • Hepburn

      Fortunately this is the second lowest priced category, it should only be getting better from here.

  • Carrie

    1. These are boring. 2. Alltrue is totally becoming a box for housewives. I find it annoying. Nothing AGAINST being a stay-at-home mom, but they should market it as such. It’s like everything ever in there is about cooking or cleaning, like that’s all they think womanhood is. It’s 2021. Irritating.

    • Claire

      I agree. There is a lot more to me than cooking and cleaning!

    • Kat

      Devil’s advocate: I got a hammock in my summer box.

      In general, I agree with you, though. I don’t mind housewares, but this box seems better for someone who’s just setting up a household than someone who is looking to add interesting and eco-friendly pieces to an already-established household.

    • Kj

      So true. Especially since there are so many other things that could be added that are far more interesting.

    • Carrie

      I should amend what I said, too (Carrie again here): I don’t mean this has anything to do with what SAHM’s really are, but some outdated imagination of what they should be. There’s nothing fun here (except, in last box, the hammock! yes!)