Thursday, December 7, 2017

Monthly Dapper Club - April 2017 + Coupon Code! | Blog My Backlog


What is the Monthly Dapper Club?: The Monthly Dapper Club (a subscription by Harrison Blake) is a monthly subscription geared towards men. Each month includes a necktie and four accessories. The accessories will be coordinated and easy to style. 

How Much is Monthly Dapper Club?: The Monthly Dapper Club is $25 shipped to the USA and Canada, $40 shipped internationally. Costs go down for longer-term subscriptions. Use SEASON for $15 off your first month.


I love the cohesion of the colors! 



Theme card.


Info card.


Harrison Blake Aviator Sunglasses ($30) - HA. These were cheaply made, so much so that they arrived bent. I honestly would expect to see these in a discount store, so there's no way I would spend $30 on them. Husband doesn't like aviators anyways, so these were passed on.


Harrison Blake Air Freshener (Bonus Item) - The design on this is really cool, very vintage-y! The scent wasn't enough to make even my car smell different, so it definitely isn't enough for a stinky man's vehicle.

Harrison Blake Gold Collar Stays ($15) - Honestly, I don't even know what collar stays are for. Do men's collars not stay down or is there something I'm missing? These are okay but they are labeled, which I'm not a fan of in general. 


Harrison Blake Cotton Pocket Square ($20) - Oh dear, this would be dirty in 3.5 seconds. I do like this and I love how it matches the tie, but it's a little busier than what husband prefers (partly because of the bright background, he typically leans towards more muted colors). 

Harrison Blake White Rosette Lapel Pin ($15) - If the cotton square would get dirty in 3.5 seconds, this would be dirty in 0.5. Husband doesn't wear lapel pins, so it was an instant pass regardless of the color.


Harrison Blake Striped Necktie ($30) - I really loved this tie but husband didn't. He didn't really have a reason (texture, color, etc) except that he just wasn't vibing with it. I think had the stripes been thinner, it would have been a hit. Unfortunately, this was a pass.

If you couldn't tell already, we ended up donating the entire bag. The bag was valued at $110, but I think that is highly overvalued. It wasn't a bad bag but it just wasn't husband's style. 

As always, let me know what you thought of this bag in the comments!