Not sure what has been going on with Peaches and Petals lately, but it seems like their shipping schedule has been pushed further back in the month. I received my March box a week ago, on March 30th. The February box also arrived very late last month.
Peaches and Petals is a monthly subscription service that sends out vintage-modern items and beauty goods. For $19.99 a month (includes shipping), you’ll receive a mix of jewelry, fashion accessories, lifestyle goods, and beauty samples. Usually each month has a theme for the box, and the theme for March is “Hello Spring”. I think that’s a pretty generic theme that doesn’t feel that exciting. I would actually consider March to be a travel-themed box!
DCWV Lifebook Planner | $16.99
This is a hardcover binder that functions as a daily journal. Mine was defective upon arrival and the binder rings don’t stay closed, so I’m questioning the quality of this. On the other hand, I think it’s a really cute product. It feels on the young side, so I think it would make a cute gift for a middle schooler.
The pages have lots of patterns and feels very “scrapbook”, so I’ll probably end up using the pages as regular scrapbook paper. The hardcover jacket also features pockets so you can keep notes, postcards, and other stuff in them.
Hello Breath Spray Mojito Mint | $3.39
I remember getting this exact spray about 3 years ago in a college-themed box. At the time I didn’t care for it, but that’s mostly because I personally don’t use breath spray very often. If you do like breath spray, this one sounds great–who doesn’t like mojito flavor?? I could also see this being a good item to bring on a flight. For long flights I always pack a toothbrush and a little tube of toothpaste so I can brush my teeth before I land (seriously, try it! You feel so much more refreshed afterwards!) but if that’s too much hassle for you I think breath spray could give you a similar effect.
Sprigs 3 Pocket Carry All Belt | $28.00
I was most excited for this item! This is a 3 pocket belt that can hold money, keys, or even a phone if it’s small enough. (For reference, my iPhone 6 fit with plenty of room to spare.) My husband has a similar product and I had been interested in picking one up for myself, so I am very happy to get this! It is so useful for traveling, especially if you have any concern for pick pockets. He wears his a little higher at his waist, under his shirt. It’s super secure and perfect for essentials like emergency money, passport, and hotel key.
I wish this came in a smaller size, since it’s too big for me. But I plan to take it to my tailor and get her to restitch the strap and shorten it. It should only cost a couple of bucks, but that’s a price I’m happy to pay! The fabric of this belt is great quality so I’m very impressed we got this in a $20 box!
Yes To Cucumbers Gentle Milk Cleanser | $6.18
Pleasantly surprised to find this brand in my box. I really like the Yes To line and buy their products from Target pretty often. Yes To Blueberries wipes are awesome, by the way! Anyways, I like this brand because they use natural ingredients, are great for sensitive skin, and are certified cruelty free. I’ve only used this face cleanser twice so far but I already know I plan to finish the bottle. The scent is light and fresh and the cleanser is really gentle and great for daily use.
Stephanie Corfee Elephant | $10.49
This was really unexpected, but I totally love it. What an adorable little elephant! I think the design is just so sweet and cute. I have no idea how this ties into the theme but I think it’s so cute that I don’t even care. Already have it on our bookshelf and it makes me smile when I see it!
Here’s a little more detail of the printing.
Overall I really enjoyed this box. It’s infinitely better than last month’s box, and probably the best I’ve seen from Peaches and Petals in a while! The value is also excellent, totaling $65.05. That’s more than triple the cost of the box. I hope all the future boxes continue in this direction!