Fair Ivy: February 2015

Last month I received my first Fair Ivy box since they have been back from their hiatus. This sub features unique handmade finds with every other month including jewelry.

Since last month included earrings, this month was going to feature a non-jewelry surprise.

As usual adorable packaging. I mean do you see that itty bitty little closepin?
Sadly, in my excitement to see my surprise I managed to destroy it. Rest in peace, itsy bitsy closepin.

Now what’s inside?
Open Bag Inside Bag

Clutch from from Lacy Lou Designs
(Retail: $28.00)
Lacy Lou Designs writes, “This clutch was handcrafted with the idea of making you feel hip and confident. It is the perfect design for a night on the town, yet functional enough to be used every day. Its roomy interior keeps all your essentials together while its mixed media design gives you an urban-chic look. This particular clutch was designed specifically for Fair Ivy and—you!”
Verdict: Love!

The “urban-chic” description was dead on. This clutch has a really put together but easy feeling to it that will work well for a ton of different outings. It’s lightweight but still a good enough size that you can fit in all your essentials. I think this would be a perfect bag to take on a trip or vacation since it  works equally well for day or night. I also feel like the color palette and print will translate well across different seasons. I love that this is an exclusive for Fair Ivy subscribers so while there are similar bags on Lacy Lou’s site, this exact one is just for us.

I paid $36.95 (including shipping) and with a retail price of $28 before shipping I pretty much break even. The bag is cute, versatile and no one else I know will have it so I feel like I got my money’s worth. Plus I love supporting independent artists.

What do you think of the clutch? Is it your style?


Fair Ivy is a subscription box of beautifully wrapped, vegan friendly handmade items made by individual artisans from the US.

Subscriptions currently cost $30/month + Shipping.

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